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  • NBC Universal Signs Jason Blum to 10-Year Multi-Platform Deal

    NBC Universal has signed Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions to an unprecedented new 10-year first-look producing deal, extending its current movie deal. Blumhouse is also forming new partnerships that span across NBC Universal's business including its...
  • Architect's vision: New life for downtown Catasauqua

    For more than a decade, Vincent Smith has sought to fill the four-block hole in the heart of Catasauqua. Last week, the Borough Council president saw renderings of what the long-awaited transplant might look like. From brick facades, windows...
  • Security ambassadors to patrol Pompano and Fort Lauderdale

    Security ambassadors to patrol Pompano and Fort Lauderdale
    They may be security guards, but they're wearing yellow polo shirts, driving golf carts and riding bikes, and they've got the time to give directions, walk someone through a parking lot when it's late and tell a visitor where to get a cup of coffee. The...
  • Hampton Roads businesses jump on 3-D printing bandwagon

    Hampton Roads businesses jump on 3-D printing bandwagon
    Attention grabber? Doohickey-maker? Rapid prototyping machine? The hype continues on how 3-D printers will revolutionize the way we make and buy products, but what can they do for Hampton Roads businesses? That's what Navy veterans Dave Kern and Matt...
  • State Needs To Help With New Stadium Plan

    State Needs To Help With New Stadium Plan
    Done deal. For those who want no part of a minor league baseball stadium in Hartford — some well-reasoned, others gratuitously agenda-driven — those two words by Pedro Segarra were an invitation to tear the mayor to shreds. Overcooked...
  • Payments startup Stripe launches in Australia, tests in three other countries

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Stripe launched in Australia and began testing in three Scandinavian countries on Monday, as the three-year-old payments startup backed by a trio of PayPal co-founders slowly enlarges its global footprint. Its latest...
  • Tesco ditches CEO for Unilever man after profit warning

    LONDON (Reuters) - Tesco is to ditch chief executive Philip Clarke and replace him with a turnaround specialist from Unilever , ending a disastrous three year reign as Britain's biggest retailer warned it would again miss profit forecasts. Just three...
  • Dorm décor now a big-bucks business

    Not so long ago, decorating a dorm room meant roughing it. Slap together a bookcase out of cinder blocks and plywood, tape a couple of posters to the wall, throw down an area rug and call it a day. In need of an extra amenity? Try a beanbag chair. These...
  • Tiny Balboa T-shirt shop folding up after 30 years

    Tiny Balboa T-shirt shop folding up after 30 years
    Among the boutique shops on Balboa Island's main drag, a small store called Family T's has long offered a tourist basic. Like an overflowing closet, the tiny space has T-shirts and sweatshirts stamped with local identifiers — "Newport Beach" or...
  • Winnetka hopes sidewalk sale boosts traffic

    Winnetka hopes sidewalk sale boosts traffic
    Officials in Winnetka are hopeful that this weekend's sidewalk sale will provide a boost to the village's downtown retail district, which officials are currently studying in hopes of enhancing the local economy. The 2014 Sidewalk Sale, which runs from 9...
  • Baltimore County bouncer turned businessman is in the fight of his life

    Baltimore County bouncer turned businessman is in the fight of his life
    The nightclub insurer promised to fight for its clients — its promotional material shows a man socked in the face with a boxing glove. But founder Jeffrey B. Cohen fights everything. He went after competitors, clients, former employees and even...