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  • Universal wants to add thousands of hotel rooms

     Universal wants to add thousands of hotel rooms
    Universal Orlando is likely to add thousands more hotel rooms in coming years as Central Florida's No. 2 theme-park resort continues an aggressive expansion, a top executive said Wednesday. "We've done a study that says we could have 10,000 or 15,000...
  • Using miles to escape from New York

    Using miles to escape from New York
    Felix Chan's parents are stranded in New York after a storm. They can't get back to Hong Kong because he used miles to pay for their ticket. Are they stuck? Q: My parents, who are visiting me from Hong Kong, are scheduled to travel on Cathay Pacific...
  • Consolidator hassles: Problems that never die

    Consolidator hassles: Problems that never die
    A disgruntled traveler recently sent an email to me -- and apparently to some other consumer advocates -- about a distressing experience with an online ticket agency. I'm not identifying the agency because my function is to explain how problems arise...
  • What to expect from the Travelocity-Expedia deal

    What to expect from the Travelocity-Expedia deal
    Depending on whom you talk to, Travelocity's unexpected announcement last month that it has reached a strategic marketing agreement with longtime rival Expedia will either create a dominant new Internet travel agency, give consumers access to more hotel...
  • Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio

    Apple iTV? The iWatch? Bigger iPhones and iPads? Rumormongering about such mythical products is a regular spectator sport for many Apple watchers. But after the company said it could post a year-over-year decline in revenue this fiscal year for the...
  • Google's $199 Nexus 4 sells out, won't be restocked

    Google's $199 Nexus 4 sells out, won't be restocked
    After cutting the price of the 8 gigabyte Nexus 4 down to $199, Google has sold out of the smartphone just a few days later -- and the device may not be going back on sale. Google cut the Nexus 4's price by $100 on Wednesday, making it a great bargain...
  • Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]

    Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]
    In the world of tech, failure is almost a badge of honor. It shows others in the industry that you've been through tough times but have learned from mistakes and are now primed for success. Perhaps that's true, but it doesn't make failure any more...
  • To satisfy your craving for something new, try these hot spring pieces

    For most people, spring cleaning is not a very exciting project. Sure, you feel like a new woman when it's completed. But before you start, it seems like there aren't nearly enough Whitney Houston dance tunes you can sing at the top of your lungs to...
  • December existing-home sales rise 1%

    December existing-home sales rise 1%
    Existing-home sales in December rose 1% from the previous month to an annual rate of 4.87 million, the National Assn. of Realtors said Thursday. The organization also reported that for all of 2013, there were 5.09-million completed transactions for...
  • Survivor: The outlet mall edition

    Survivor: The outlet mall edition
    In a world where scads of sales can be found anytime online, devoting an entire day, a half tank of gas and a week's pay to a mall, even an outlet mall, would be like ducking into a phone booth and depositing a dime. Not since my back-to-school...
  • Southern California home prices soar but sales tumble in December

    Southern California home prices soar but sales tumble in December
    Southern California home prices posted a sizable pop in December, bucking a months-long cooling trend. The median sales price across the six-county region reached $395,000 last month, a 2.6% gain from November and 22.3% over the year, DataQuick said...