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  • Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules

    Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON — The first battle line drawn between President Obama and a resurgent Republican party is not, it turns out, over immigration. Instead, the two sides started out fighting over the future of the Internet. Obama called on the Federal...
  • 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...
  • #HRBooks Review: "A Southern Girl"

    #HRBooks Review:  "A Southern Girl"
    Now and again a book comes along that offers not only an engaging story but one that actually makes its readers think. "A Southern Girl," a novel by John Warley is one of those books. On the surface, the story centers on the experiences of one family as...
  • Nine things for shoppers to watch this holiday season

    Halloween? That's done. Now the holiday shopping season kicks into high gear. So, what's hot this year? And what changes should shoppers expect during the busiest time of the year? Here are nine things to watch: THANKSGIVING AFTERNOON SHOPPING Will...
  • Christina Lavingia: Five ways moving could actually save you money

    Unless you're downsizing, moving doesn't usually lead to saving money. After all, between hiring movers, renting a moving truck, furnishing the new space and making back-and-forth trips (not to mention potentially having to break your lease), moving is...
  • Amazon, Publishers Weekly name their 'best books' of 2014

    With Halloween and Election Day in the rearview mirror, it's time for at least two things that seem to arrive earlier every year: Christmas music and year-end best-books lists. Two major players in the book world have already posted their lists: online...
  • U.S. Auto Parts Network seeks fix for red ink

    U.S. Auto Parts Network seeks fix for red ink
    A Carson company is trying to position itself at the perfect intersection of online DIY and the nation's aging fleet of personal vehicles. U.S. Auto Parts Network Inc. caters to do-it-yourselfers. It sells to people whose idea of the perfect weekend...
  • Apple iPod antitrust trial: Consumers say iTunes was monopoly

    It's been shuffling through the courts for a decade, a class-action suit that challenges Apple's iPod and iTunes grip on the digital song market. Now, it's time to face the music. In a federal court trial beginning Nov. 19 with jury selection, Apple will...
  • Factbox: Reactions to Obama's push for strong net neutrality rules

    The following are written statements issued in response to President Obama's comments on Monday pressuring the federal communications regulator to adopt Internet traffic rules that would treat Internet providers more like public utilities. Statement from...
  • EU court backs Spain's tax breaks for foreign acquisitions

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Spain has won backing from a European Union court for tax breaks intended to help its companies buy stakes in foreign firms, dealing a blow to EU regulators' campaign against tax deals they view as illegal subsidies. The Luxembourg-...
  • Holiday shoppers sending mixed signals

    It's safe to say that we've never seen smarter shoppers or more prepared retailers two months before Christmas. Everyone has their tools, and they know how to use them. Companies are acknowledging last year's problems: Wal-Mart said all its checkout...