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  • Scout Media Names Ross Levinsohn Executive Chairman, Announces Full Exec Team

    Multi-channel, male-focused media network Scout has appointed Ross Levinsohn to executive chairman, announced CEO James Heckman on Thursday. Levinsohn will lead the company's strategic expansion, working with investors, as well as work closely with...
  • 2nd man tied to drone smuggling attempt at South Carolina prison sought

    2nd man tied to drone smuggling attempt at South Carolina prison sought
    Authorities issued a public plea Thursday to help them find one of two individuals who tried to sneak a drone carrying cellphones, marijuana and other contraband into a South Carolina maximum-security prison. Officials at the South Carolina Department...
  • Phillipsburg Middle School teacher charged with using iPod to take video female student's privates

    A Phillipsburg Middle School teacher has been charged with invasion of privacy for allegedly using an iPod to take video of a 15-year-old girl's "intimate parts" under her dress in a classroom at the school. Phillipsburg police said they arrested Vincent...
  • Swatch Group denies working with Apple on smartwatch

    Swatch Group denies working with Apple on smartwatch
    Swiss watchmaker Swatch Group has denied a media report saying it was working with technology company Apple on a smartwatch, a wearable device with interactive functions. Technology website VentureBeat said in a report on Wednesday Apple was working...
  • Back-to-School: What to Buy Now, What to Buy Later

    Back-to-School: What to Buy Now, What to Buy Later
    Book reports and homework are the likely the last thing your kids are thinking about right now. Yet, retailers are already ramping up for back-to-school season with promotions on school supplies, clothing and gadgets. With so many sales events, parents...
  • Prosecutor Rejects Enfield Police Effort To Arrest Officer

    The Hartford state's attorney has rejected an arrest warrant submitted by Enfield police to charge one of their own officers with third-degree assault and fabricating evidence. The seven-page arrest warrant application submitted by Lt. Lawrence Curtis...
  • Williams testifies, says McDonnells were "a business relationship"

    Williams testifies, says McDonnells were "a business relationship"
    RICHMOND — The government's star witness against Bob and Maureen McDonnell took the stand Wednesday, detailing a lavish shopping afternoon with the former first lady and telling a jury that he wrote checks for the couple because he needed the...
  • China food scandal spreads; McDonald's feels "deceived"

    China food scandal spreads; McDonald's feels "deceived"
    The latest food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks, Burger King Worldwide Inc and others, as well as McDonald's products as far away as Japan. At the center is Aurora-based meat supplier OSI Group, which supplies...
  • Ford's Galhotra succeeds Farley as head of Lincoln

     
    Filed under: Hirings/Firings/Layoffs, Ford, Lincoln, Luxury Ford Motor Company is announcing a major personnel shakeup that could have a dramatic effect on the future of the Lincoln division. Kumar Galhotra (pictured above), currently vice president of...
  • iTunes releases teen's rap album after he dies from cancer

    iTunes releases teen's rap album after he dies from cancer
    The teenage cancer patient with a gift for rhymes lived long enough to realize his dream of becoming a recording artist, but not to see his debut rap album hit the music charts. Jeff Mortimer, who inspired fellow pediatric patients and adults alike with...
  • New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker

    New machines aim to be a runner's hurt blocker
    The only thing more astounding than the number of runners nowadays — 541,000 finished a marathon last year, and 2 million ran a half-marathon — is the number of running injuries. The guesstimates never change: Every year, half of all runners...