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  • Around Town: A guide for getting through a cold or flu

    If, like me, you hardly ever get sick, there’s one advantage to catching the common cold or flu with the optional cough enhancement.Television. Nothing beats a binge day. In that spirit, here is the Around Town Guide for La CaƱadans currently...
  • After another quarterly loss, hopes for a RadioShack revival fade; stock to be delisted

    The signal from RadioShack Corp., the company that introduced the first mass-market personal computer, is fading after years of heavy losses and the suspension of its shares. The beleaguered retailer, which thrived through decades of changing home...
  • Hundreds show up to hear about Amazon jobs

    Hundreds show up to hear about Amazon jobs
    Brandon Johnson is looking for work, but for a moment Tuesday morning he was working the door at the Eastside One-Stop Career Center, waving people in from the cold, lending a hand in the crush that showed up to learn about jobs at the new Amazon...
  • 5 Ways to Sell Your Unused Gift Cards

    5 Ways to Sell Your Unused Gift Cards
    Ever wonder why gift cards are so popular? They're easy for the gift-giver but even more popular with the stores. Reason? Because retailers know that as many as 10 percent of gift cards will never be redeemed. I must admit, I have a few still lying around...
  • Amazon's Kindle Convert allows users to turn print books into e-books

    Amazon's Kindle Convert allows users to turn print books into e-books
    When I was in college, it was standard practice to find research materials in the library, read for a while, make Xerox copies of pertinent pages, and take them home. Libraries had conveniently-placed copy machines for just this purpose. The process of...
  • Hopes of a RadioShack revival fade as NYSE seeks to delist stock

    The signal from RadioShack Corp., the company that introduced the first mass-market personal computer, is fading after years of heavy losses and the suspension of trading in its shares. The beleaguered retailer, which thrived through decades of...
  • Sex game on the way from Cards Against Humanity co-creator

    Sex game on the way from Cards Against Humanity co-creator
    A sex game in which couples can trade favors ranging from bondage to voyeurism is the newest creation of one of the inventors of Cards Against Humanity. Daniel Dranove, a 2009 Northwestern University graduate, plans to release Weapons of Mass Seduction....
  • Windsor Records Slight Increase In Grand List

    WINDSOR — The grand list of taxable property increased by $19.6 million, or 0.69 percent, in 2014 rising to a total value of $2.85 billion. In a memo to town officials, Assessor Lawrence LaBarbera said the real estate portion of the grand list grew...
  • Epix movie channel hopes to break into scripted programming

    Epix movie channel hopes to break into scripted programming
    Sports documentary producer Ross Greenburg was feeling a bit nostalgic as he oversaw a crew of video editors crash on the first installment of his latest Epix series "Road to the NHL Stadium Series." "I started my career at HBO and had 33 great years...
  • Audio tour app takes Groupon founder on new journey

    Audio tour app takes Groupon founder on new journey
    Two years after his ouster as Groupon's CEO, Andrew Mason is embarking on a new entrepreneurial journey selling unconventional audio tours of major cities on a new iPhone app called Detour. The initial selection of seven different San Francisco...
  • Robert B. Reich: The share-the-scraps economy

    How would you like to live in an economy where robots do everything that can be predictably programmed in advance, and almost all profits go to the robots' owners? Meanwhile, human beings do the work that's unpredictable -- odd jobs, on-call projects,...