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  • What to do after 'The Hobbit'

    Peter Jackson's Middle-earth film saga has come to a close with "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies." Though this new trilogy hasn't exactly set the world (or my heart) on fire the same way the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy did, it's still sad to...
  • Light and heavy forecasts for this new year

    I offer my predictions for the new year. Some are serious, some are whimsical, most are heartfelt. They are not listed in order of importance. •With the help of U.S.-led coalition attacks on Islamic State, the Syrian regime of Bashar Assad will...
  • Industry disruption: Winners and losers in 2015

    Industry disruption: Winners and losers in 2015
    Think major industries have been disrupted a lot already? Just wait. A new report makes the case that 2015 promises to be the year that long-developing trends and already existing technologies finally upend conventional ways of doing business, posing...
  • What's cooking in 2015? Pickled eats, kitchen coaches, artisan foods

     What's cooking in 2015? Pickled eats, kitchen coaches, artisan foods
    Food forecasters and culinary prognosticators have spoken. Bored by too-sweet eats? Sour foods — pickled and fermented — are moving onto the plate to save our tastebuds in 2015, says J. Walter Thompson, the marketing communication folks....
  • Holidays arrive, and so do the catalogs

    'Tis the season to jam the mailbox with catalogs. The Container Store, Williams-Sonoma, Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn, Chef's Catalogue, Bed Bath and Beyond, L.L. Bean, Lands' End, Crutchfield, Campmor, Cabela's, REI, Barnes and Noble, Omaha Steaks,...
  • Amazon workers in Germany strike as Christmas nears

    Amazon workers in Germany strike as Christmas nears
    Some staff at Amazon warehouses in Germany started a new three-day strike on Monday to press their demands for better pay and conditions as the online retailer races to ensure Christmas orders are delivered on time. Labor union Verdi said that it...
  • Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015

    Grocers, restaurants, food-makers foresee healthy issues in 2015
    The food industry saw several twists and turns in 2014. Higher costs led to price increases on everything from cheese slices to chocolate bars. Store openings, several in spaces that were closed Dominick's locations, and expanding delivery services gave...
  • Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes

    Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes
    Expecting a company to actually speak with its customers is so 20th century. Call me old school when it comes to customer service. I believe that when you treat people fairly and respectfully, they'll keep bringing you their business. That means...
  • Disney, Koch used secret tax deals routed through Luxembourg, report says

    Walt Disney Co., giant conglomerate Koch Industries Inc. and other companies channeled hundreds of millions of dollars in profits through units based in Luxembourg in secret deals designed to avoid paying U.S. taxes, according to a new report. The...
  • Lunes Cibernético: Ahorre desde su tableta o teléfono

    Lunes Cibernético: Ahorre desde su tableta o teléfono
    Para muchos, los lunes no son precisamente días favoritos, pero cuando se trata del Cyber Monday o Lunes Cibernético,  hay quienes incluso lo marcaron en el calendario con un sentimiento conectado a su bolsillo: el poder ahorrar. Y es que no solo los...
  • Videology competing in crowded market as it weighs IPO or sale

    Videology competing in crowded market as it weighs IPO or sale
    A couple of generations ago, advertisers could run a commercial on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and "everyone in the world saw it," said ad technology entrepreneur Scott Ferber. Now it's not so simple to reach viewers, who are watching their favorite shows on...