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June 2011

Editor, Todd Aitken
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Deputy Managing Editor at CEOWORLD Magazine
Todd is the deputy managing editor of the CEOWORLD magazine. He is a veteran business and tech blogger, journalist, and analyst. He is responsible for overseeing newsroom assignments and publishing, and providing support to the editor in chief.
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The Clymb, the industry-leading venue for connecting premium outdoor enthusiasts, athletes and professionals, announced that it closed more than $2 million in Series A funding, led by the Oregon Angel Fund and Walden Venture Capital, and joined by J Allard

If you remember, GSV Capital bought 225,000 shares of Facebook, valuation of about $70 billion. As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the major shareholder in Facebook,  so now he ranks third richest tech guys in the world with net

Wow- Porn sites or Porn videos are no longer number one on the Internet, Its Social Media ruling now Online World. “Babies born in Egypt are named Facebook. Now that’s revolutionary” – And this is one example of what social

The celebrities appearing on the 2011 season of  "Celebrity Rehab season 5" include Michael Lohan, Amy Fisher, Jeremy Jackson, Bai Ling, Dwight "Doc" Gooden, Sean Young, Jessica "Sugar" Kiper and Steven Adler. The new season that started Sunday with Amy

It looks like James Bond star, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have secretly married in New York. Daniel Craig was married to actress Fiona Loudon from 1992 to 1994. Before meeting Weisz, he dated Satsuki Mitchell. The only guests were

Vicky Gunvalson, Real Housewife of Orange Country, rumored to be dating Brook Ayers, well before split up with Donn Gunvalson. Vicki Gunvalson boyfriend questions dominated a Watch What Happens Live Sunday edition. After Sunday’s NJ Housewives broadcast, Andy Cohen posed his first

At the 2011 BET Awards hosted by Kevin Hart, A tribute to Patti LaBelle was the main point of the show, Chris Brown, Beyoncé, and Kelly Rowland also delivered strong performances. Other performers were Shirley Ceaser and Marsha Ambrosius, the