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  • EXCHANGE: Freeport author pens 14th ghostly book

    Terri Reid has been telling ghost stories since she was a little girl. Reid always wanted to become a published author. It all began when she published her first book in 2010, which was entitled "Loose Ends: A Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery." That...
  • Amazon opens store for unique products from small businesses

    It may be the biggest online marketplace in the U.S., but a new store on Amazon will support the little guy. The e-commerce powerhouse is opening a store that will offer exclusive electronics, toys and other products created by inventors and small...
  • Amazon opens store for unique products from small businesses

    Amazon opens store for unique products from small businesses
    It may be the biggest online marketplace in the U.S., but a new store on Amazon will support the little guy. The e-commerce powerhouse is opening a store that will offer exclusive electronics, toys and other products created by inventors and small...
  • Google CFO Patrick Pichette to retire within next 6 months

    Google Chief Financial Officer Patrick Pichette plans to retire after helping the Internet search leader find and train his replacement within the next six months. The impending change, disclosed in a regulatory filing Tuesday, is the latest in a...
  • Daughter's labor of love preserves history for generations

     Daughter's labor of love preserves history for generations
    "I have early memories of perching on my father's favorite chair, listening to him reading poetry aloud. He was well read, a lover of popular fiction, of classics, and of poetry. Sometimes he read to me from the journal of Walter P. Snow, always...
  • HBO Now stand-alone service shakes up TV industry

    HBO Now stand-alone service shakes up TV industry
    The Apple Watch stole the spotlight at the tech company's media extravaganza Monday. But it was an announcement at the same event, made by HBO, that marks a true turning point. HBO Chief Executive Richard Plepler introduced HBO Now, a $14.99-a-month...
  • Freebie Friday the 13th! Free $10 BJ's gift card, BOGO entry at SoFla attractions

    Freebie Friday the 13th! Free $10 BJ's gift card, BOGO entry at SoFla attractions
    Happy Freebie Friday the 13th! There's nothing superstitious abut my roundup of crazy-good offers today. Get free $10 gift card and a 60-day membership at BJ's from Groupon, download a free Dr. Seuss book from Random House, and just in time for spring...
  • Freebie Friday the 13th! Free $10 BJ's gift card, $20 off at Macy's

    Freebie Friday the 13th! Free $10 BJ's gift card, $20 off at Macy's
    Happy Freebie Friday the 13th! There's nothing superstitious abut my roundup of crazy-good offers today. Get free $10 gift card and a 60-day membership at BJ's from Groupon, download a free Dr. Seuss book from Random House and save $20 at Macy's. ...
  • Book highlights Hampton Roads' vital role in WWII

    Book highlights Hampton Roads' vital role in WWII
    In his latest book, retired educator Joseph Freitus provides a thorough briefing to those not aware of how vital Tidewater Virginia was to World War II efforts. His "Virginia in the War Years: Military Bases, the U-Boat War and Daily Life" begins with...
  • TV execs, advertisers in 4-day war over audience-count rules

    TV execs, advertisers in 4-day war over audience-count rules
    Four days. Those are what's at issue in the next great TV-industry battle. For the last few years, the networks have gotten paid based on the number of viewers who saw commercials that aired within the first three days of the original telecast. That...
  • Your financial advisor soon may need to have your best interests at heart

    For a quick take on the latest consumer news, check out Monday's Consumer Confidential segment on KTLA-TV: Financial advisors. Financial advisors aren't required to act in your best interest. They just have to steer you into "suitable" investments,...