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  • China-made goods are everywhere

    This is regarding the letter by Thomas Saito on Wednesday titled “Walmart and the American worker.” I have a question. What is the difference between the cheap Chinese goods sold by Walmart and the more expensive Chinese goods, some exactly...
  • These travel helpers pack well

    These travel helpers pack well
    Summer is the time to hit the road on vacation. Here are some products that will make traveling a little smoother, direct you if you take a wrong turn, and let you capture your experiences on film, er, SD card. AAA Car Kit AAA makes (or rather,...
  • Walmart's good, bad effects

    Walmart is the biggest and strongest department store in the world. And we could see it in Burbank soon (“Walmart to engage community,” July 20). It will have its good and bad effects on our community. After the public’s swift and...
  • In defense of Walmart

    Did people complain 70 years ago that they had too many aircraft plants in Burbank? Are people complaining now that we have too many movie and TV studios in Burbank, too many hospitals, too many Costcos? Walmart will not harm any efficient-running...
  • Party poopers at the sales tax holiday

    Party poopers at the sales tax holiday
    Retailers sell sizzle, not steak. That fact has become so commonplace in the retail community, from used car lots to grocery stores to front yard lemonade stands, that it's more shocking to find a product rounded to $5 than one marked $4.99. Stores don't...
  • Chicago is the 33rd most tablet friendly city in the U.S.

    Chicago is the 33rd most tablet friendly city in the U.S.
    Even with all those iPads you see on the CTA and at Starbucks, Chicago finished 33rd - a C+ grade - on the Men's Health list of tablet-friendly cities. Depending on your glass half-empty or half-full philosophy, 33rd isn't terrible. The list contains 100...
  • Documents: Mall robberies, killing believed to be connected

    Recently unsealed court documents show that authorities believe a series of jewelry store holdups in suburban and city malls are connected to the fatal shooting of a man in West Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun reported in April that Derek Jones, 25, had...
  • adds resume search adds resume search
    A new resume search claims more than 42,000 job hunters in Chicago. launched its open resume search Sept. 14, but the site has been taking resume uploads since February, including imported LinkedIn profiles. For now, the search at
  • At a crossroads in Bel Air?

    Of all the tempests in teapots in Harford County, the one swirling about at the intersection of Boulton Street and Gateway Drive in Bel Air is possibly the one that's easiest to solve, and least in need of being solved. The problem with the...
  • New Walmart adds no new problems, but a larger tax base

    I suppose that the radical few to protest a Walmart in Burbank have enough money to pay above retail for what they buy (“Walmart detractors line up to say no,” Aug. 13). However, how about the rest of us? A Walmart would increase traffic in...
  • 250 GB PS3 for $180 (refurbished)

    250 GB PS3 for $180 (refurbished)
    I love how cheap gaming systems are getting! I'm tempted to buy another one just because. Best Buy's online outlet center has refurbished 250 GB PS3's for just $179.99. It's their deal of the day so buy soon if you want to get one while they're in stock-