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  • Jason Taylor has some watches to sell you

     
    As tough as he was on the football field, Jason Taylor was always more style than grit. The former Miami Dolphin is expanding that image in retirement with a new collection of limited edition watches for Hollywood-based Invicta. Taylor......
  • Amazon to open its 1st Illinois warehouse

     Amazon to open its 1st Illinois warehouse
    Amazon.com and state officials will announce Tuesday plans for new facilities in the Chicagoland region that would employ at least 1,000 people within three years, according to the state's economic development agency. "We're beginning site selection...
  • 'The Man in the High Castle' is Amazon's only good new show

    'The Man in the High Castle' is Amazon's only good new show
    Amazon is riding high with its righteous Golden Globe wins for its comedy series "Transparent" and a new deal with Woody Allen. And far be it from me to be a downer, but let's all try to keep our heads. As exciting as television's age of exploration...
  • Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late

    Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late
    With the frequency of data breaches these days, it may feel as if you're gambling every time you swipe your credit card or fill out a form giving a business your personal information. If your information does get swiped by a hacker, it's not a sure...
  • Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick

    Frankenstein's little friend coming to the Pickwick
    Somewhere in rural Switzerland, a town council convenes. They are all men of advanced age and they are grumbling about the state of their village: "Forsaken, desolate and shunned by every traveler, and why? Because of these Frankensteins!" Right? I...
  • The Biblioracle: Small sites counter Amazon's access

    The Biblioracle: Small sites counter Amazon's access
    Barring some kind of monumental screw-up, Amazon will be the dominant e-book retailer forevermore. Amazon is certainly capable of screwing up. The Fire Phone that was launched to great fanfare before being quickly discounted to 99 cents seems like a...
  • Seniors on the Go: Holiday giving, travel style

    Seniors on the Go: Holiday giving, travel style
    Presumably, some folks on your holiday gift list are travelers. Equally likely, you want to come up with a gift that they would really like. The folks at Switchfly, the loyalty program redemption experts, have an answer for you. According to their...
  • 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...
  • Standouts from a year's worth of smart money advice

    Standouts from a year's worth of smart money advice
    Identity theft protection, TV antennas, light bulbs and home heating myths are just a few of the Spending Smart topics we explored this year, along with how to speed through airport security, get free books and college courses, and avoid wasting money...
  • Simple antenna can help kick costly cable TV habit

    Simple antenna can help kick costly cable TV habit
    As more people rethink ways to get television programming outside the traditional cable and satellite companies, the unsung TV antenna is becoming a fundamental component of their cord-cutting strategy. That makes sense. Not only are broadcast TV...
  • Cards Against Humanity delivers a load of bull(bleep) again

    Cards Against Humanity delivers a load of bull(bleep) again
    As of Monday afternoon, Max Temkin and the other co-creators of Cards Against Humanity were selling the element of surprise at a rate of 300 per minute. Within three hours, about 70,000 people had agreed to pay the game-makers $15 each, or $1.05 million...