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  • To Playboy magazine, sophistication is the new sexy

    To Playboy magazine, sophistication is the new sexy
    The job came with certain unassailable perks. When Raquel Pomplun was anointed Playboy's 2013 Playmate of the Year, the 25-year-old model knew she could expect a Playboy Mansion luncheon hosted by Hugh Hefner, a tomato-red 2014 Jaguar convertible and...
  • Dodgers should be up to their ears in emotion

     Dodgers should be up to their ears in emotion
    ST. LOUIS — Disney calls them "ear hats." You can buy one in pink or lime, or topped with a tiara or bow tie. But the traditional hat is all-black, adorned with nothing but the ears that Adrian Gonzalez mimicked the other day. That is only...
  • The best drugstore cosmetics

    The best drugstore cosmetics
    It's easy to feel overwhelmed by those endless rows of cosmetics at your local drugstore. The products are plentiful, peppering an expanse of shelves in a dizzying array of compacts, lip stains and neon-tube mascaras, all housed in tightly sealed...
  • Amazon hiring for more than 5,000 full-time warehouse jobs

    Amazon.com Inc. is going on a hiring binge. The Seattle-based company said Monday it will immediately begin to fill more than 5,000 full-time warehouse jobs and about 2,000 customer service jobs. The positions are available at 17 distribution...
  • U.S. presses Japan for more access to auto and insurance markets

    U.S. presses Japan for more access to auto and insurance markets
    WASHINGTON -- The top U.S. trade official on Monday pressed Japan to open up its auto and insurance markets as he pushed for the completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. Speaking during a stop in Tokyo, U.S. Trade Representative Michael...
  • Five takeaways from July's jobs report

    Five takeaways from July's jobs report
    The U.S. economy added 162,000 jobs in July -- led by hiring in restaurants and retail stores. Economists had been projecting higher growth based on encouraging economic indicators showing that housing is rebounding quickly, consumer confidence is...
  • Levi's parties like it's 1972 to mark Orange Tab relaunch

    Levi's parties like it's 1972 to mark Orange Tab relaunch
    Levi Strauss & Co. staged a full-on flashback to 1972 on Saturday, staging a music festival on a 40-acre estate in Topanga Canyon that included throwback bands, retro booze, tie-dye and flower-crown stations and lots and lots of slinky, hip-hugging,...
  • After emotional hearing, FCC votes to lower inmate phone rates

    After emotional hearing, FCC votes to lower inmate phone rates
    After a decade of lobbying by prisoner advocacy groups, the Federal Communications Commission on Friday voted to lower inmate phone call rates. The action seeks to address the exorbitant rates for phone calls made by inmates in jails and prisons...
  • Marketers in Hollywood Have Another Reason to 'Like' Facebook

    Facebook already has become a powerful promotional tool for film studios and TV networks. But the social network is about to increase the value of their marketing messages around the launch of a new movie or series. The company has begun offering...
  • Eau Palm Beach committed to building on its luxury brand, execs say

    Eau Palm Beach committed to building on its luxury brand, execs say
    The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is operating under a new name and affiliation, but management is spreading the word that it's as ritzy as ever. The luxury property parted ways with the Ritz-Carlton Co. in July. The ownership of the landmark in Manalapan...
  • 50,000 pounds of ground beef recalled; which packages do you avoid?

    More than 50,000 pounds of ground beef have been recalled after a possible E. coli contamination at a Kansas plant, but some packages may already have made their way to store shelves.  The U.S. Department of Agriculture determined the ground beef was...