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  • Why We Love Leases

    By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features   A perfect alignment of market forces in recent months has made leasing a car more financially advantageous and appealing to a wider range of consumers. “High resale values and low interest rates are contributing...
  • Account Executive

    WTIC/WCCT - TV POSITION DESCRIPTION POSITION: Account Executive DATE: 4/2/2012 DEPARTMENT: Sales Department REPORTS TO: Regional Sales Manager ROLE: Generate revenue on the local sales level through the selling of commercial time to direct retailers,...
  • We are what we Drive

    Cars get us from point A to point b In between, they communicate a little something about who we are   By Deb Acord CTW Features   Walk through a dealership lot and what do you see reflected in the maze of gleaming paint, chrome and glass? A new...
  • Nasdaq and NYSE are courting Twitter listing

    Nasdaq and NYSE are courting Twitter listing
    NEW YORK — As Twitter Inc. shops for a home on Wall Street, the Nasdaq Stock Market and New York Stock Exchange are cranking up the charm — just like they've done with other tech stars. As real estate listings website Zillow Inc. was going...
  • Cal Worthington dies at 92; car dealer known for wacky 'dog Spot' ads

    Cal Worthington dies at 92; car dealer known for wacky 'dog Spot' ads
    If you watched television in Southern California in the 1970s and beyond, it was impossible to miss Cal Worthington, the lanky pitchman in the cowboy hat touting deals on a sprawling car lot with his "dog Spot." "Spot," however, was anything but a dog...
  • OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer

    OfficeMax executive apologizes over 'daughter killed' mailer
    An off-and-on customer of OfficeMax, Mike Seay has gotten the office supply company's junk mail for years. But the mail that the grieving Lindenhurst, Ill., father said he got from OfficeMax last week was different. The envelope appeared to be a typical...
  • Tuesday Morning Reads: St. Pete mayoral contest, drinking hours and real estate

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Tuesday to you all. Here's what we're reading.   * The city of Orlando is delaying a plan to extend downtown drinking hours after bar and restaurant owners raised concerns, the Sentinel reports.   * A...
  • End of the world? Mayan doomsday the latest hoax

    So here we are in 2012, a new year full of hope and promise. My heart sings with possibilities. But somewhere, someone is already predicting the end of the world. Bummer. If this prediction sounds vaguely familiar, you're right. We've heard it before,...
  • Google gets friendly with Facebook, will sell ads on Facebook

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google can now sell ads on Facebook. The search giant announced on Friday that advertisers who buy ads across the Web through Google's DoubleClick service will soon be able to buy ads on Facebook's real-time ad bidding service FBX....
  • Yahoo cuts 'unlimited' email storage, hoping 1 terabyte sounds better

    Yahoo cuts 'unlimited' email storage, hoping 1 terabyte sounds better
    In a confusing marketing tactic, Yahoo is reducing the amount of free storage it gives users of its email service from "unlimited" to 1 terabyte. "We're moving to 1TB because 'unlimited' wasn't a feature that we discussed very much or a feature that our...
  • Rivals want to review new Google concessions in EU antitrust probe

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Looking to settle a nearly three-year-long probe into allegations it abuses its dominance in Europe to favor its own services, Google has offered new concessions to the European Commission. "I can confirm that the commission has...