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  • Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale rehires former CEO Geiger

    (Reuters) - Teen apparel retailer Aeropostale Inc said it had reappointed Julian Geiger as chief executive as it seeks to win back customers and stanch six quarters of losses. The company's shares rose as much as 11 percent in extended trading on Monday....
  • Boca discusses extending downtown hours of alcohol sales

    Boca discusses extending downtown hours of alcohol sales
    — Downtown Boca Raton's party could go further into the wee hours of the morning — in at least one establishment. Right now, alcohol sales are prohibited in the city between 2 and 7 a.m., but city officials have begun discussing the...
  • Zippo wins German preliminary injunction vs Lorillard over blu e-cig

    (Reuters) - A German court has ordered a subsidiary of U.S. tobacco giant Lorillard Inc to stop selling the popular blu e-cigarettes in that country, citing trademark confusion with lighter and fuel products sold by Zippo Manufacturing Co. Pennsylvania-...
  • Americans rediscovering a taste for hard cider

    Americans rediscovering a taste for hard cider
    British transplant Jeffrey House has long believed in the appeal of a pint of fermented apple juice. But when he landed in California in the 1980s, he found few Americans willing to venture outside the familiar territory of beer and wine. Fast forward...
  • Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER

     Effort To Improve Health In Impoverished North End Starts In The ER
    Deborah Knowlin slowly limps to her kitchen table, favoring her left knee because her right one, she says, gives out frequently. Sitting down at the table, Knowlin snaps open a day-of-the-week pill box and empties Friday's contents into her right hand:...
  • 'Cabaret' debut for new theater company

    Nick Rapuano came back to Boca after attending the famous Stella Adler Studio of Acting in Manhattan, ready to earn his chops as a regional director. But he really wanted to start a new theater company for college students and high school drama buffs who...
  • Dollar General bids $8.9 billion for Family Dollar, topping rival move

    Dollar General bids $8.9 billion for Family Dollar, topping rival move
    Dollar General Corp. launched a bidding war for Family Dollar Stores on Monday, offering $8.9 billion for the chain and besting rival Dollar Tree's bid last month. Three weeks after Dollar Tree offered $74.50 a share, or about $8.5 billion for Family...
  • Finch leads Sinai Residences project

    Some people are lucky enough to have their professional and philanthropic lives collide. That's exactly what happened for Wes Finch, of Boca Raton, in 2006, when he was asked to join the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County's Budgeting and...
  • Sensata to buy Schrader as Europe adopts tire pressure sensors

    Sensata to buy Schrader as Europe adopts tire pressure sensors
    (Reuters) - Sensors and electrical controls maker Sensata Technologies Holding NV said it would buy Schrader International to meet growing demand for sensors to monitor car-tire pressure. Sensata, whose shares rose as much as 6.6 percent on Monday...
  • Dollar General announces competing bid for Family Dollar

    Dollar General has offered to buy North Carolina-based Family Dollar in a $9.7 billion deal, upsetting a recently-announced acquisition by another rival and potentially kicking off a bidding war for one of Charlotte's most prominent homegrown retailers....
  • Treasury to take time to weigh options on tax inversions: official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration will need more than a few weeks to weigh potential administrative actions to discourage U.S. companies from reducing their tax bills by moving to other countries, a Treasury Department official said on...