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  • USA TODAY BEST-SELLERS

    1. "Radiant Angel" by Nelson Demille (Grand Central Publishing) 2. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 3. "Paper Towns" by John Green (Speak) 4. "Piranha" by Clive Cussler and Boyd Morrison (G.P. Putnam's Sons) 5. "The Life-Changing...
  • Follett acquisition adds 211 college stores to its portfolio

    Follett said Thursday that it acquired the retail division of Nebraska Book Co., boosting the Westchester-based company's portfolio of college bookstores to nearly 1,200 locations. In purchasing the assets and inventory of Nebraska Book Co., known as...
  • Amazon.com announces new center in Dallas, 4th in Texas

    Amazon.com Inc. says it will open a new site in Dallas, its fourth fulfillment center in Texas. Amazon.com official Mike Roth says the agreement announced Tuesday will create hundreds of full-time jobs. Workers at the Dallas center will process smaller...
  • Area summer programs keep children busy over break

    When the final dismissal bell rings through the halls and signals the end of the school year, it also marks the beginning of summer camps and activities for students. Several such opportunities for summer engagements are available in the Eldersburg and...
  • 'Better Man Project': Men's Health editor Bill Phillips offers tips on improving your life

    'Better Man Project': Men's Health editor Bill Phillips offers tips on improving your life
    Bill Phillips believes men don't have to be perfect. Just better. "If you change your body, you can change anything in your life," he says. The Macungie resident is editor-in-chief of Men's Health magazine, published by Rodale Inc. of Emmaus....
  • Doughnuts at your door: Dunkin' is latest company considering delivery

    Doughnuts at your door: Dunkin' is latest company considering delivery
    Fast-food delivery might not be limited to pizza anymore. Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. Chief Executive Nigel Travis told CNBC's "On the Money" that delivery was "clearly a big opportunity" for the Quincy, Mass., company. Scott Hudler, vice president of...
  • Life begins at 70 or later for book authors

    Life begins at 70 or later for book authors
    Whoever coined the phrase "life begins at 40," got it all wrong. Nowadays, for many seniors reaching their golden years, life begins at 70, 80 and even 90. Four local seniors who personify that claim include Fedora Horowitz, 79, Barry Geltner, 81, Irwin...
  • How to get the most out of cash-back websites

    How to get the most out of cash-back websites
    You're probably familiar with using promotional codes to save when you shop online. But what about getting cash every time you click "buy" at a major retailer? That's the concept behind cash-back websites, which link you to retailers and allow you to...
  • Just a click away, flakka can be 'shipped from China right to your doorstep'

    Just a click away, flakka can be 'shipped from China right to your doorstep'
    As easy as ordering a book from Amazon.com, you can buy bulk quantities of the key ingredient in flakka, a psychosis-inducing street drug which has contributed to nearly 20 Broward County deaths since September. Although banned in the United States...
  • Apodaca: Drone parents swoop onto scene

    Last week I wrote in defense of helicopter parents. Perhaps I needn't have bothered, because if the running commentary in parenting magazines, blogs and other media devoted to subjects surrounding the raising of children is to be believed, helicoptering...
  • ATX TV Festival emerges as a prominent marketing tool for networks

    ATX TV Festival emerges as a prominent marketing tool for networks
    There's a place where "Gilmore Girls" alums and "Empire" bosses roam free, where "The Leftovers" and "Lost" creator Damon Lindelof is on the same ticket as Disney Channel royalty "Girl Meets World." It's called the ATX Television Festival. In the...