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  • Bitcoin ATM builder takes aim at traditional financial services

    In a makeshift office — a living room crowded with desks, monitors and a beanbag chair — a handful of programmers are hacking away on computers, aiming to make their mark on the multibillion-dollar financial services industry. This condo...
  • Restaurant review: Bistro CloClo in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Bistro CloClo in Orlando
    Bistro CloCo has added a taste of France to the international dining mix along Orlando's Restaurant Row. French chef Julien Bouchet and Orlando consulting chef John Tan worked with chef de cuisine Alvaro DelBusto to create a classic French menu with...
  • Restaurant review: Johnnie's Hideaway in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Johnnie's Hideaway in Orlando
    Since opening in 2008, Johnnie's Hideaway has matured nicely and has a new emphasis on local cuisine. And with a modern fishing lodge vibe, the restaurant brings a sense of place to the tourist corridor. Owned by the Talk of the Town group, Johnnie's is...
  • Travel deals: Russia and the Baltic

    Travel deals: Russia and the Baltic
    Travelers looking for new destinations might want to take a look at the Kaliningrad & The Baltics tour from MIR Corp. There's just one date this year, Aug. 4-16, for this small-group adventure that combines the Russian exclave with touring in Estonia,...
  • Sterling scandal threatens to upend Clippers sponsorships next season

    Sterling scandal threatens to upend Clippers sponsorships next season
    The Los Angeles Clippers, after a long bout of losing and playing in the shadow of the Lakers, have in recent years started picking up star players, wins — and advertisers. Clippers sponsorship revenue has grown four years straight and jumped 27%...
  • Rooney Mara Joins Somalia Drama 'A House in the Sky'

    Rooney Mara will produce, and may star in, Annapurna Pictures' abduction drama "A House in the Sky," the story of Amanda Lindhout's 15-month imprisonment. Annapurna has optioned the memoir by co-authors Lindhout and Sara Corbett and will develop the...
  • Restaurant review: Cooper's Hawk in Orlando

    Restaurant review: Cooper's Hawk  in Orlando
    Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant is the newest addition to the Waterford Lakes Town Center enclave. What makes Cooper's stand apart from the usual chains that thrive in east Orange County is its format: A combo platter of dining destination, winery,...
  • Apps for travelers: Don't leave phone without them

    Temperatures are climbing and your duffel bag beckons — it's time to start your summer travel. This year, more people are venturing away from home too. In a survey last month by American Express Travel, 45 percent of travel agents report that...
  • Obama to nominate former P&G CEO Bob McDonald as veterans secretary

    Obama to nominate former P&G CEO Bob McDonald as veterans secretary
    President Barack Obama has chosen former Procter & Gamble Chief Executive Bob McDonald, an Army veteran, as his nominee to be the next secretary of veterans affairs, a senior Obama administration official said on Sunday. Obama's announcement of...
  • Kevin Hunt: Summer Travel: Best Rewards Cards, Insurance, Hidden Fees

    Kevin Hunt: Summer Travel: Best Rewards Cards, Insurance, Hidden Fees
    How to make your next trip the most rewarding (in credit-card points), with the least risk (check the insurance) and the fewest hidden fees (at hotels and resorts). The best returns from flight and hotel rewards credit cards, according to a new survey...
  • If The Show's Not Ready For Critics, Should Tickets Be Cheaper?

    If The Show's Not Ready For Critics, Should Tickets Be Cheaper?
    When I was a kid growing up outside Boston, I would make it a point to see "preview" performances of Broadway-bound shows, in part because the tickets were cheaper. And it made sense, too, for both me and the show's producers. After all, these...