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  • Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins

    Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins
    The Golden Globes honored the new and the socially progressive in TV on Sunday, with top awards going to two freshman series, Amazon's transgender comedy "Transparent" and Showtime's extramarital drama "The Affair." Offering thanks for the comedy...
  • Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late

    Sands poker player finds out about casino data hack 10 months late
    With the frequency of data breaches these days, it may feel as if you're gambling every time you swipe your credit card or fill out a form giving a business your personal information. If your information does get swiped by a hacker, it's not a sure...
  • Mobile shopping and shrinking middle class spur store closings early in year

    Mobile shopping and shrinking middle class spur store closings early in year
    With the holiday shopping season over, store closing season has arrived, driven this year by a shift in how and where consumers make purchases and the continued decline of a once-dependable middle-class customer base. Less than two weeks into 2015,...
  • Have apps, will travel: How handy are they really?

    SEATTLE Need a shirt sewn? Want a tasty meal pre-made and delivered to your house? What about alcohol delivery services, you ask, hung over, from the edge of your bed, because you need hair of the dog? There's even an app to park your car as in, someone...
  • New hardware and software aim to make TV and Internet work together

    New hardware and software aim to make TV and Internet work together
    Nobody knows what "television" means anymore. Videos, from homemade snippets to full-length TV shows and movies, dominate traffic over the Internet, beamed to smartphones, tablets, phablets, laptops, desktops and soon on tiny screens worn around the...
  • Zappos to pay Pa., 8 other states $106,000 for 2012 data breach

    Pennsylvania and eight other states have reached a settlement with online shoe and clothing retailer Zappos for a 2012 security breach. In January 2012, hackers broke into the company's server, giving them access to 24 million customers' sensitive data....
  • Readers share their 2014 travel highlights

     Readers share their 2014 travel highlights
    I spend most of the year telling you about my travels, so I always enjoy the opportunity to turn that around and hear about your journeys. I recently wrote of my 2014 travel highlights, both big and small. Readers poured in their recollections, and here...
  • Spending: the lowdown on gift returns

    How to avoid the hassle when you need to take it back. 1. Sooner is better (but you might get a reprieve). Best Buy set off shock waves when it shortened its usual return period to just 15 days. But Best Buy holiday shoppers have until January 15 to...
  • Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes

    Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes
    Expecting a company to actually speak with its customers is so 20th century. Call me old school when it comes to customer service. I believe that when you treat people fairly and respectfully, they'll keep bringing you their business. That means...
  • Merger speculation drives up Office Depot stock

    Merger speculation drives up Office Depot stock
    Office Depot's stock has leapt since activist shareholder Starboard Value LP made moves last week aimed at merging the Boca Raton-based retailer and rival Staples. Starboard disclosed Thursday that it had increased its stake in Office Depot to 10...
  • Catalogs buy us our dreams

    One of my great joys during the holiday season -- along with the (mostly) merry family reunions -- is skipping to the mailbox every evening to retrieve the dazzling array of catalogs that arrive daily. They are as much fun to study as the greeting card...