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  • Amazon's 'Transparent' to Premiere September 26 in U.S. and U.K.

    Amazon's new original comedy "Transparent" will premiere on Friday, September 26 in the U.S. and the U.K. through Prime Instant Video, the site announced Wednesday. All ten episodes will be released at once. The series is written, directed and produced...
  • How to become a volunteer money mentor

    The University of Florida Lake County Extension needs volunteers for its Florida Master Money Mentor program, which provides free one-on-one financial coaching. Volunteers will help families and individuals create and track family budgets and promote...
  • Are Supt. John Deasy's days numbered? They should be after cozy iPad deal

    Are Supt. John Deasy's days numbered? They should be after cozy iPad deal
    It sounded like a great idea at the time: L.A. would give students a boost into the 21st century by putting tech directly into their hands. The Los Angeles Unified School District would buy an Apple iPad for every student,  more than 600,000,  each loaded...
  • Audit says $2.1 million in L.A. school computers unaccounted for

    Audit says $2.1 million in L.A. school computers unaccounted for
    The Los Angeles Unified School District was unable to account for $2.1 million in recently purchased computers, mostly iPads, according to a recent audit performed by the school system's inspector general. District officials, however, said they found...
  • L.A. Unified can't account for $2 million in computers, audit says

    More than $2 million worth of Los Angeles Unified computers, mostly iPads, could not be accounted for during a recent audit by the school system's inspector general. The review also found that the school district lacked an effective tracking system...
  • Consumer Reports: Your info at risk everywhere

    These days, as the threat of malicious software and sophisticated cybercriminals reaches every corner of modern life, each consumer has vulnerabilities, according to Consumer Reports. And the first step in protecting yourself is to know where you are...
  • Anticipation over new Apple devices

    It's officially iPhone season again now that Apple Inc. has set the date for its annual September launch event. In typical fashion, the company's media invite Thursday was brief and shrouded in a bit of mystery. "9.9.2014. Wish we could say more," the...
  • More fallout from the iPad problem

    To the editor: Every new detail about the iPad debacle underscores Supt. John Deasy’s ineptitude and disrespect for teachers, students and schools.  ( "Calls mount for new LAUSD inquiry," Aug. 27, and “Can Supt. Deasy survive iPad fiasco?&...
  • Sitting Down With Bank Of America CEO Brian Moynihan

    Sitting Down With Bank Of America CEO Brian Moynihan
    Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan stopped recently in Farmington to visit a major office of the bank's home equity lending business. In the past 18 months, the location has added 200 employees, for a total of 650, most of them in home equity. More...
  • Ridesharing companies prevail over taxis in Sacramento -- again

    The pitched battle in the state Legislature between ridesharing companies and taxicabs is over, at least for now, and the smartphone-enabled services have emerged little worse for wear. The clear winner, though, was the California Public Utilities...
  • Park Ridge may raise meter rates

    Park Ridge may raise meter rates
    Park Ridge residents and visitors may need to enjoy the city's 25-cents-per-hour parking rate while they still can. That fee, which officials say is among the lowest in the North and Northwest suburbs, is almost certain to rise in the near future to...