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  • It's a buyer's market for Midwest vacation homes

    Lake house by lake house and weekend retreat by weekend retreat, the second-home market is gradually recovering, providing opportunities for sellers who want to shed their homes and for buyers looking for good deals. Sales of new and existing vacation...
  • Ad Buyers Hope to Use CBS' Thursday NFL Package to Tackle Football Prices

    When it comes to football on TV this fall, advertisers hope to open a new line of scrimmage. Yes, they want to get their commercials on NFL games to reach some of TV's biggest audiences, but they also hope to use the introduction of Thursday-night...
  • Zebra Technologies to buy Motorola Solutions unit for $3.45B

    Zebra Technologies to buy Motorola Solutions unit for $3.45B
    Lincolnshire-based barcode printer maker Zebra Technologies Corp. said it would buy Motorola Solutions Inc.'s enterprise business, which makes rugged mobile computers, tablets and barcode scanners, for $3.45 billion in cash. The deal will allow Zebra,...
  • U.S. greenhouse gas emissions dropped 3.4% in 2012

    Greenhouse gas emissions in the United States dropped by 3.4% in 2012, federal environmental regulators reported Tuesday. The decline over the previous year was driven mostly by power plant operators switching from coal to natural gas, improvements in...
  • Massachusetts woos Hollywood. NBC looks to have big upfront.

    Massachusetts woos Hollywood. NBC looks to have big upfront.
    After the coffee. Before making my NBA and NHL predictions. The Skinny: I'm all caught up with FX's "Fargo." Last night's episode had some of the most beautifully shot scenes I've ever seen, although I'm sad about the ending. That's not a spoiler, by...
  • Expert: City's historic inventory list should be reduced

    Although a city-hired consultant is suggesting removing 216 structures from a list of historic houses and commercial buildings in Laguna Beach, some residents want more off the list — namely their own properties. Property owners said during a...
  • Builders find silver lining in tight inventory of resale homes

    Chicago-area homebuilders are playing a game of catch-up after a rough winter delayed construction. And while they remain concerned about the broader economy and its effect on consumers' outlooks and their wallets, builders are smiling again. Among...
  • Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates decline again as 30-year averages 4.14%

    Freddie Mac: Mortgage rates decline again as 30-year averages 4.14%
    Mortgage rates fell for the fourth week in a row, with Freddie Mac pegging the average for a 30-year fixed home loan at 4.14%, down from 4.2% last week. Not since the end of October have rates been so low, according to the survey -- an enticement forĀ ...
  • Garden Walk at Cressman's offers inspired lawn ideas

    Gather premium plants and inspiration on how to arrange them at Bethlehem's Garden Walk at Cressman's. The nursery, garden center and gift shop at 2349 Linden St. (former Moose & Bug Florist) features two greenhouses (one to open next year) and an...
  • Chicago-area home sales down 10% in April as inventory remains tight

    Chicago-area home sales down 10% in April as inventory remains tight
    More Chicago-area homes came on the market in April than in any month during the past four years, a good sign for buyers stymied by a lack of inventory during their home search this spring. Still, the number of available homes listed through the local...
  • Lyft expansion: Good for the sharing economy, bad for everyone else

    Lyft expansion: Good for the sharing economy, bad for everyone else
    Lyft, the ride-sharing service known for the pink furry mustache on its drivers’ cars, is growing. The company expanded into 24 mid-size cities across the country Thursday. It’s great news for the sharing economy. But should we really be...