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  • Digital upstarts upend tradition at Cannes Film Festival

    Digital upstarts upend tradition at Cannes Film Festival
    The market at the Cannes Film Festival, where international movie rights are bought and sold, has long been a bastion of the old-school film industry. Theatrical viewing is central. The same deal makers have been attending for decades. Signs of the...
  • Wal-Mart 1Q profit falls on pay raises

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. reported a 7 percent drop in first-quarter profit as the strong dollar and some efforts to improve its business hurt its bottom line. The company said Tuesday that higher worker wages and increased spending on its online operations...
  • Q&A: Kitchen talk with Sylvie Curry of 'Lady of Q'

    Q&A: Kitchen talk with Sylvie Curry of 'Lady of Q'
    Think you've got winning barbecue? It's one thing to be a weekend warrior at a summer cookout, but it's another thing entirely to enter a formal competition. Sylvie Curry has been involved in championship barbecue for about 10 years, first as part of the ...
  • Urban Hill will play some vintage blues at Hampton History Museum

    Urban Hill will play some vintage blues at Hampton History Museum
     Paul Urban and Lathan "Pudgee" Hill met less than two years ago. It only sounds like they've been playing music together for decades.  They are the two guitarists and vocalists in the local blues rock band Urban Hill, which will play at the Hampton...
  • Inside the already-intense Emmys race

    Inside the already-intense Emmys race
    Whoever said the seasons don't change in L.A. couldn't be more wrong. There are in fact two: Oscar season and Emmy season. The Emmys show may still be more than four months away, but with nominations in July (online voting starts June 15), campaigning...
  • Shanghai Comic Convention: China is the new frontier for con organizers

     
    SHANGHAI — Two sexy female Captain Americas, a Superman, a Catwoman and Japanese anime schoolgirls come to life were milling […]...
  • Delaware political aide turns suspense novelist

    One of Bryan Reardon's jobs in Gov. Tom Carper's office in 1994 was to write response letters to Delawareans who had reached out to the governor seeking help on one issue or another. "I was not a good writer when I started," Reardon admits. But the...
  • Recalls this week: toy police cars, recliners, safety gates

    More than 13,000 toy police cars have been recalled because a piece can detach and poses a choking hazard to children. Other recalled products this week include faulty safety gates and snow shovels. Here's a more detailed look: TOY VEHICLES DETAILS:...
  • Dick Meyer: Marketing is everywhere � online, on the air, on your phone, on your coffee cup

    WASHINGTON I am an "at risk" adult. Without intervention, I might lose it. The trigger will be a random act of marketing. Maybe it will be a pop-up ad that I can't close; or one more telemarketing call at dinnertime; or a dumb ad on a coffee cup sleeve....
  • Freebie Friday: Free Sawgrass Mills coupon books, free RXs at Sam's Club

    Freebie Friday: Free Sawgrass Mills coupon books, free RXs at Sam's Club
    Happy Freebie Friday! Today's ginormous list includes an offer for two free coupon books at Sawgrass Mills valued at $20, free prescription drugs at Sam's Club and a coupon good at Bonefish Grill for $7 entrees and $10 off at Smokey Bones. Have a...
  • In open letter, female founders push for positive women-in-tech stories

    In open letter, female founders push for positive women-in-tech stories
    The dearth of women in leadership roles, the glass ceilings, the gender discrimination — Sukhinder Singh Cassidy had heard it all. As founder of online video shopping start-up Joyus, she was well aware of the biases against women and minorities in...