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  • California investor wins federal government's bitcoin auction

    California investor wins federal government's bitcoin auction
    Venture capitalist and entrepreneur Tim Draper is rolling in bitcoins after winning a U.S. government auction Monday. The 29,656 bitcoins – a new form of digital currency – were part of a trove that the government seized from a raid of...
  • Roland Liccioni to oversee new brasserie

    Roland Liccioni to oversee new brasserie
    As reported earlier today by Crain's, the new Hyatt Hotel being built at 100 W. Monroe St. will include a brasserie that will be overseen by Roland Liccioni, cuisinier at Les Nomades (222 E. Ontario St., 312-649-9010). Fans of Les Nomades, however, need...
  • Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper wins bitcoin auction

    Venture capitalist and entrepreneur Tim Draper is rolling in bitcoins after winning a U.S. government auction Monday. He bought 29,656 bitcoins — a new form of digital currency — from a trove that the government seized in a raid of the...
  • Home of the Week: Craftsman in Beverly Hills

    Home of the Week: Craftsman in Beverly Hills
    This Craftsman home, set on a roomy three-quarter-acre lot, has the rolled roof edges, deep overhangs and protruding rafter tails characteristic of the style developed by brothers Charles and Henry Greene. Originally built for Packard dealer Earle C....
  • Don't be the office dinosaur: Advance your skills and survive - or dino, you might become extinct

    Linda DiCicco is 53 going on 20. She works at a computer store, where many of her customers are half her age, and so are her co-workers. "I went to a training seminar in Atlanta where my roommate was 22," she said. "I was looking for people my own age...
  • Syrian jets bomb eastern rebel towns near Iraq, at least 16 dead

    Syrian jets bomb eastern rebel towns near Iraq, at least 16 dead
    AMMAN - Syrian jets bombed rebel-held eastern areas close to the Iraq border Saturday after Sunni fighters seized a border post on the Iraq-Syria frontier.  Five raids killed at least 16 people and injured dozens more when bombs hit residential areas in...
  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events
    Hampton Roads reader events for the week of Sept. 9-15 include poetry readings, virtual author meet-and-greets and tickets for upcoming author talks. - Beginning Tuesday (Sept. 9), pick up tickets to attend the Thursday, Oct. 9 talk and book signing...
  • Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park

     Bundt cake bakery rises in Winter Park
    At Winter Park's newest bakery, the goods come in just one shape, that unique circular design known as the Bundt. Nothing Bundt Cakes opened its first Central Florida location last week, specializing in ring-like cakes that swept the culinary world...
  • 'Disney on Ice presents Frozen' has world premiere in Orlando

    'Disney on Ice presents Frozen' has world premiere in Orlando
    Disney on Ice show designers have created magical worlds from the Little Mermaid's underwater home to the African savannas of "The Lion King." But Steve Bass, working on his first ice show, hit the scenic jackpot: The veteran designer is creating the...
  • Employment becomes Job 1 for Central Florida nonprofits

    Employment becomes Job 1 for Central Florida nonprofits
    When Mark Wermuth first went to the nonprofit Community Food & Outreach Center in Orlando, he was homeless, on food stamps and just starting a 12-step program for alcoholism. A little more than a year later, the 55-year-old is sober, renting an...
  • Bill Thompson: Former Dr. Phillips athletic director devoted life to students

    Bill Thompson: Former Dr. Phillips athletic director devoted life to students
    To overcome a paralyzing fear of heights, Bill Thompson forced himself to repeatedly climb an outdoor stairwell. And when the longtime Dr. Phillips athletic director grew comfortable with that, he took to the upper decks of stadiums and crossing bridges...