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  • 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...
  • What you need to know about buying a new car

    What you need to know about buying a new car
    Use our tips to put yourself in the driver's seat and get the best deal. 1. Forewarned is forearmed. For any vehicle you're considering, go to TrueCar.com to compare the average transaction price in your area with the sticker price. Next, head to...
  • JPMorgan Chase agrees to pay $389 million for credit card violations

    JPMorgan Chase agrees to pay $389 million for credit card violations
    WASHINGTON -- JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $389 million in refunds and penalties for illegally charging credit card customers for identity theft protection and other add-on services they didn't receive or authorize, federal regulators said...
  • Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
    With the hot start and the offense progressing, do you see the Bears initiating contract extension talks with Jay Cutler before the end of season? -- @Benyaminr from Twitter I got exactly a one-week reprieve from a mailbag packed with questions about...
  • Average NHL ticket price up 2.3% this season

    Average NHL ticket price up 2.3% this season
    The cost of the average ticket to an NHL game this season is up 2.3%over last season, to $61.62, and the cost for a group of four to attend a game and also buy soft drinks, beers, hot dogs and souvenir caps rose 3.1% to $359.17, according to Team...
  • Employee suggestion boxes move into digital age

    At BGT Partners in Hallandale Beach, Fla., founder David Clarke wanted to give his staff a say in how to make the company better. So Clarke took the classic suggestion box into the 21st century, creating a dedicated website where employees anonymously...
  • Consumers gaining upper hand in car shopping

    Consumers gaining upper hand in car shopping
    When Jennifer Williams walked into the Nalley Lexus dealership in Cobb County, Ga., on a recent Tuesday, all she needed was a salesperson to provide her a good deal on her trade-in, the keys to her RX 350 SUV and a happy wave goodbye. Thanks to the...
  • Palm Beach County changes tourism 'brand'

    Palm Beach County changes tourism 'brand'
      Even the self-described “Best of Everything” sometimes needs an update, according to Palm Beach County tourism boosters. The county is tweaking its “Best of Everything” mantra under a new tourism advertising approach unveiled...
  • Home pools produce more pleasure than profit

    Home pools produce more pleasure than profit
    Paul Folino created the swimming pool in his Coto de Caza backyard as a mini version of a Shangri La he admired in Maui. The resort-style pool includes cascading rocks and waterfalls, a shallow lounging area, grotto, waterslide and spa. Folino, who...
  • In Miramar, re-elect Samuels, Barnes

    In Miramar, re-elect Samuels, Barnes
    Tucked in Broward County's southwest corner, Miramar is a suburban community that continues to grapple with the impact of explosive growth and a diverse population. Once one of the nation's top-10 fastest growing cities, Miramar is approaching build-...
  • Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study

    Low prices seen luring young adults to Obamacare: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - If uninsured young Americans shun the new health plans offered under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law, it will be because the insurance costs too much and not because they don't expect to need much medical care,...