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  • Turbo-ticked over Turbo Tax? Try these free options

    Tax season officially has opened, which means folks will soon be getting cranky. On the other hand, Girl Scout cookies just went on sale, so we've got Tagalongs and Do-si-dos to soothe our tax-jangled nerves. And when it comes to high-carbohydrate...
  • Amazon loosens free shipping restrictions on orders of at least $35

    Amazon loosens free shipping restrictions on orders of at least $35
    Online retailer Amazon is loosening requirements to score free shipping. The Seattle company has offered free shipping on qualifying orders over $35, but with a catch -- all products in a basket had to come from the same seller. But the retailer...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Disney measles outbreak could have been prevented

    http://www.kidsdr.com At the entrance to Disneyland, a sign reads, "The Happiest Place on Earth." It does not also say, "Beware of Infectious Diseases." But, if you think about it, what better place to contract any infectious disease than a theme park,...
  • A huge Northeastern snowstorm shuts down some businesses but pumps up sales at others

    Businesses large and small are feeling the effects of a huge snowstorm sweeping into the Northeast Monday. For some, wintry weather is derailing activity: Airlines canceled thousands of flights. Car dealers expect to lose a couple sales days. Others are...
  • Facebook launches tool to help advertisers track campaigns' success

    Facebook launches tool to help advertisers track campaigns' success
    Facebook launched a new tool for advertisers on Tuesday that it says will show that ads displayed on the social network are effective, even if people don’t buy something immediately after seeing them. The feature, called “conversion lift...
  • Pet supply chain will fetch heavy pet food items for a fee

    Pet supply chain will fetch heavy pet food items for a fee
    When Patti Bruflodt heard that Chuck & Don's pet food and supplies store, a chain with locations in Minnesota and Colorado, was starting a home delivery service, she wasted little time ordering two 18-pound bags of NutriSource for her 5-year-old...
  • As 5-year milestone nears, zulily deals with growth

    SEATTLE Zulily, the moms-oriented flash-sales website, has been one of the fastest-growing companies in recent memory skyrocketing in five years from zero to more than $1 billion dollars in annual sales. Now the Seattle-based company, which Tuesday...
  • Netflix shares surge on subscriber growth

    Netflix finished off 2014 with better-than-expected subscriber growth as the streaming giant gained users outside the U.S. The company on Tuesday said it added a total of 4.33 million users in the U.S. and internationally in the three months that...
  • Amazon to produce original movies

    Amazon to produce original movies
    Move over, Hollywood movie studios. Amazon.com is joining the fray with a hybrid approach to produce and distribute movies in a way that could challenge the film industry's long-standing business model. The Seattle-based company said Monday that it...
  • Investor urges Staples to merge with Office Depot

    Investor urges Staples to merge with Office Depot
    Activist investor Starboard Value LP has written a letter to Staples' CEO, urging a merger with Boca Raton-based Office Depot. The investor has about a 10 percent stake in Office Depot and about 5 percent in Staples, both office-supply retailers....
  • Music stores likely to take a hit due to Fender's move to direct customer sales

    Music stores likely to take a hit due to Fender's move to direct customer sales
    Fender's curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades. Music retailers, including mom-and-pop shops like Grayson's Tune Town in Montrose and big national chains such as Guitar Center,...