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  • Coinfloor says it is committed to fighting money laundering

    Coinfloor says it is committed to fighting money laundering
    British bitcoin exchange Coinfloor opened its virtual doors to customers this week with a stated commitment to meeting government regulations and keeping money launderers out. The London-based exchange will officially open to trading Tuesday, but it...
  • Men's Wearhouse rejects takeover bid from Jos. A. Bank

    Men’s Wearhouse Inc. has a suitor who wants to pay $2.3 billion to take over the retailer, but the menswear company is having none of it. Saying that the bid from Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. “significantly undervalues” the chain, Men&...
  • FTC urged to investigate multilevel marketing firms such as Herbalife

    FTC urged to investigate multilevel marketing firms such as Herbalife
    Dozens of people have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate multilevel marketing, a controversial industry that includes companies such as Herbalife Ltd., Amway, Avon and others. In a letter delivered to the FTC's Washington offices...
  • Shutdown halts do-not-call list. Can you sue a telemarketer?

    Shutdown halts do-not-call list. Can you sue a telemarketer?
    The government shutdown has caught the Federal Trade Commission in its cold embrace, and that means the do-not-call list is on the fritz. Telemarketers have free rein to call people. Robin thus asks a timely question: Can you sue a telemarketer? And...
  • Private job growth down this month in wake of U.S. shutdown, ADP says

    Private job growth down this month in wake of U.S. shutdown, ADP says
    WASHINGTON -- Business hiring slowed this month with the private sector adding just 130,000 net new jobs as the partial government shutdown hit an already weakening labor market, payroll processor ADP said Wednesday. The figure was below the 150,000...
  • The government shutdown's toll by the numbers

    The government shutdown's toll by the numbers
    The first government shutdown in nearly 20 years ended late Wednesday after Congress agreed on a deal to fund the government through Jan. 15. and raise the nation's debt limit through Feb. 7. The 16-day ordeal took a toll on the national economy,...
  • 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...
  • When it makes sense to sell 'by owner'

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I have a house in the Fayetteville, Ga. area, south of Atlanta. I am stationed at Fort Bragg N.C. I drive home every other weekend and heard part of a radio commercial about a realtor charging a fee to sell a home...
  • Most portrait miniatures fall in the strictly decorative category

    Q: Any info on my paintings signed Faleinell? Each is about 2-by-3-inches plus the frame. I'd like to know something about the artist, when they were painted, and value. A: Our reader adds that she thinks her pieces were done in water-based paint because...
  • Ed Weinberger sells estate for $9.9 million

    Ed Weinberger sells estate for $9.9 million
    Ed Weinberger, one of the creators of "The Cosby Show," and his wife, television actress Carlene Watkins, have sold their home in a gated Los Angeles community for $9.875  million. The 11,600-square-foot Georgian-style mansion sits on 5 acres with...
  • 'Thor' roars at box office. 'Modern Family' problem for USA.

    'Thor' roars at box office. 'Modern Family' problem for USA.
    Before the coffee. After remembering Veterans Day. The Skinny: I ran a 10K Sunday at a pace of just over eight minutes per mile. Not bad for a geezer. I guess for me life's a sprint, not a marathon. I'll be sore for the next few days but it was worth...