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  • Feedback 12/21/14: Wire Services, Daily Press sign, Daily Press move

    CIA Report William, Seaford: Thank you for responding to my recent feedback note RE: CIA Report. I can assure you that my wife and I very much appreciate the Daily Press. Our favorite part of the morning is sitting down with a fresh cup of coffee and...
  • Florida housing trends may be an early-market barometer

    Florida housing trends may be an early-market barometer
    Florida is a real estate junkie's kind of place. What happens in its macro- and micro-markets always bears watching, whether as some kind of economic barometer or as a locus of sheer real estate kinkiness. A few recent observations: Don't look now,...
  • In Chicago, suburbs the search is on for new edition of Charlie Hebdo

    In the wake of last week’s deadly shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, booksellers in Chicago and elsewhere in the U.S. are scrambling to try to stock the first issue to be published since the tragedy. The...
  • To end Palestinian incitement, first define it

    To end Palestinian incitement, first define it
    (JTA) — A former Clinton administration envoy has let the cat out of the bag on the issue of Palestinian incitement, putting him squarely at odds with Secretary of State John Kerry. Shibley Telhami was one of the Clinton administration's...
  • Hearst Media Services Laying Off 72 Employees In February

    Hearst newspapers will lay off 72 production workers in February, according to a filing with the state Department of Labor. Most of the jobs are related to inserting advertisements in the newspaper. A small portion is related to advance printing...
  • Top Chicago business stories of 2014

     Top Chicago business stories of 2014
    The top Chicago business stories for 2014 featured some high profile breakups, from Tribune Media spinning off its legacy newspapers, to hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin spinning off his wife in a messy public divorce. A tainted-meat supplier and a...
  • An annual tradition

    Christmas morning comes like a whirlwind of discovery, leaving wrapping paper shreds and discarded ribbon in its wake. Weeks of building excitement culminates in those precious moments when a perfect gift is opened, but soon gives way as the holiday...
  • Reader feedback Jan. 1: Street names

    Boulevards and avenues • Bill, Williamsburg: I am a great fan of the Daily Press and read it daily. Your writing and editing are near-perfect but once in a while there is a blooper. I noted that in the 'Looking Back' article on page A7 of the...
  • Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M

    Tribune Media sells Port Covington property for $46.5M
    Tribune Media Co. said Monday it sold its 60-acre Port Covington parcel known as Sun Park, which includes The Baltimore Sun's printing plant, to an undisclosed buyer for $46.5 million. The sale — the second major land deal in the waterfront area...
  • Robert Reed: Businessman believed in innovation

    Robert Reed: Businessman believed in innovation
    In a converted bowling alley across the street from Mama B's Giant Subs, on Orange and Colonial, an even-tempered Robert Reed encouraged his business colleagues to fail fast, so they could pick up in the right direction with that same speed. "[Reed...
  • A matter of records: Newport News erects obstacles to access by imposing excessive costs for documents

    The Tech Center at Oyster Point development was promoted as a critical economic development initiative with the potential to create a good many jobs. Its construction will radically change one of the most prominent intersections in Newport News. And...