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  • Internet ad spending tops $20 billion in first half of 2013

    Internet advertising continues to explode as spending topped $20 billion during the first six months of this year. The Internet Advertising Bureau touted the milestone on Wednesday, saying the surge in spending during the first half of 2013...
  • Landlords make a play for rapidly expanding tech tenants

     Landlords make a play for rapidly expanding tech tenants
    Los Angeles may not have the biggest collection of technology businesses in the country, but it does have some of the coolest ones and they are expanding quickly. The region's deeply rooted entertainment industry is wielding new technology to create...
  • Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck

    Some dollar-menu items are passing the buck
    Craving a burger off a fast-food dollar menu? Chances are that it now costs more than a buck. Customers are still reeling from McDonald's move last week to update its Dollar Menu, which for more than a decade offered burgers, fries and other items for...
  • Brown signs bills to aid veterans, boost community college costs

    Brown signs bills to aid veterans, boost community college costs
    SAN DIEGO — Californians will be asked to make $600 million available to help struggling military veterans find housing under legislation Gov. Jerry Brown signed Thursday. The governor also signed measures to allow community colleges to charge...
  • 'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida

    'Parkinson Radio Hour' debuts in South Florida
    There's a new local radio show for South Floridians with Parkinson's disease. "The Parkinson's Radio Hour" airs from 8 to 9 a.m. Saturdays on WBZT-AM 1230, covering South Florida from the Keys to Vero beach. The show, which debuted Oct. 5, serves as a...
  • Burbank to skate into holidays

    Winter lovers, rejoice. The Burbank City Council signed off on plans to bring a temporary ice-skating rink to downtown Burbank through the holiday season, hailing the project as a “fresh idea” that will draw consumers to local businesses....
  • 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...
  • Think twice before setting asking price

    Think twice before setting asking price
    If you want to get the best price for your home, should you: A. Ask for more than you think it's worth? B. Ask for exactly what you think it's worth? C. Ask for less and count on a bidding war to push you over the top? A study in the Journal of...
  • Aetna Announces Major Expansion Of Medicare Advantage Network

    Aetna is expanding its network of doctors to treat Medicare Advantage customers into new territory, growing its geographic reach and physician base in 22 states, including Connecticut. The expansion applies to more than 450,000 people in the U.S. who...
  • 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...
  • Burbank to skate into holidays with temporary ice-skating rink

    Winter lovers, rejoice. The Burbank City Council signed off on plans to bring a temporary ice-skating rink to downtown Burbank through the holiday season, hailing the project as a “fresh idea” that will draw consumers to local businesses....