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  • 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...
  • Zulily shopping experience: pros and cons

    Zulily shopping experience: pros and cons
    I love scoring a good bargain. But like many moms, I don't have time to compare prices at dozens of stores and websites, hunting for the best deals. We recently wrote about Zulily, the online megastore, which plans to open a huge warehouse in...
  • Around Town: Newport author's book offers advice on college applications

    Newport Beach author Cynthia Muchnick has published a new book, "Writing Successful College Applications," to help college hopefuls get through the admission process. Muchnick has worked in the education field for 15 years as an educator, an admission...
  • Target: Free shipping on Target.com, half off holiday toys

    Target: Free shipping on Target.com, half off holiday toys
    Target is offering free shipping and will expand its price-match policy during the busy holiday shopping season, the retailer announced  Wednesday. A real deal sweetener is free shipping on Target.com being offered now through Dec. 20. The offer will...
  • Amazon.com boosts holiday hiring to 80,000

    Amazon.com boosts holiday hiring to 80,000
    Amazon.com is beefing up its holiday staff with an additional 80,000 seasonal workers as the online retailer prepares for the holiday shopping rush. The Seattle company said it is adding about 10,000 more temporary positions compared to last year to...
  • Supreme Court hears arguments in Amazon warehouse dispute

    Supreme Court hears arguments in Amazon warehouse dispute
    — Is a warehouse worker passing through a security check after he's clocked out similar to a casino or bank employee securing her cash drawer at the end of a shift? U.S. Supreme Court justices weighed that and other comparisons Wednesday during...
  • In 2015, L.A. County is forecast to regain jobs lost during recession

    Los Angeles County will finally regain the number of jobs it lost during the Great Recession next year, with Orange County and the Inland Empire expected to follow soon after, a new study projects. After facing a more severe downturn than many other...
  • UPS service addresses failed deliveries

    UPS service addresses failed deliveries
    To accommodate rising online orders, UPS has launched a service that lets customers pick up packages at nearby businesses such as hardware stores and dry cleaners if they aren't home when the driver arrives, the carrier announced Wednesday. It also is...
  • History offers for-credit college course with University of Oklahoma

    History offers for-credit college course with University of Oklahoma
    Three credits shy of your college degree? Cable TV may have the solution for you. In recent years, History has made a name for itself airing stuff like "Pawn Stars," "Ice Road Truckers" and "Ax Men," as well as the scripted hit, "Vikings." Now it's...
  • Foes want probe, but antitrust law favors Amazon

    SEATTLE Is Amazon a monopolist? It's a label the online retail giant's critics increasingly use to brand the company as a ruthless corporate behemoth bent on driving competitors away. The New Republic magazine did so in an October cover story, and a...
  • Colorful CEO John Legere lifts T-Mobile's reputation, customer base

    Colorful CEO John Legere lifts T-Mobile's reputation, customer base
    When John Legere vowed to make big changes at T-Mobile, he started with himself: He grew his hair into a shaggy mane, traded in his suit and tie for a hot pink wardrobe and silver fang necklace, and unleashed a loudmouth attitude never before seen in...