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Gail MarksJarvis

Gail MarksJarvis
Gail MarksJarvis is a business columnist for the Chicago Tribune.
Gail MarksJarvis is a business columnist for the Chicago Tribune. « Show less
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  • Man found dead outside Orlando church

    Man found dead outside Orlando church
    A man was found dead outside Mount Zion Church on Washington Street on Tuesday afternoon, according to Orlando police. The cause of death is not known but is not considered criminal at this time, police said. Employees of the church found the man...
  • Plant cloner goes green to save water

    Plant cloner goes green to save water
    Using a scalpel, sterile lab and recycled rainwater, Randy Strode clones millions of fruit, ornamental and flowering plants every year. Back in the '60s, Strode was a hippie, with a beard, Afro and peace-love-happiness outlook. Then came family and a...
  • William Edward Dowling: Birdwatcher traveled the world with wife

    William Edward Dowling: Birdwatcher traveled the world with wife
    William Edward Dowling's long, adventurous life led him from 1920s California to the battlefields of World War II France and a Miami FBI office before he spent his final decades in Orlando. Even then, Central Florida was merely a home base for global...
  • Weather: Some isolated thunderstorms hit area

    Weather: Some isolated thunderstorms hit area
    There are some isolated thunderstorms forming in the area, according to the National Weather Service. That may come as a relief for some as the heat index in the metro Orlando area is around 100 degrees. Winds will be around 40 mph and there is a...
  • FILM

    FILM
    “Child of God”: What can top a screening of this James Franco-directed adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s blistering 1973 novel of the same name? Answer: more James Franco. The actor will be seen in a live Skype Q and A following a 7 p.m....
  • Imam urges compassion, caring as area Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan

    Imam urges compassion, caring as area Muslims celebrate end of Ramadan
    On the holiday marking the end of Ramadan, a South Florida imam urged thousands of Muslims on Monday to carry on the compassion and caring for others they had practiced during their month of fasting, prayer and community service. "The prophet [Muhammad]...
  • Clermont, Eustis programs will educate residents about autism spectrum disorder

    Clermont, Eustis programs will educate residents about autism spectrum disorder
    Close to 700 families in Lake County affected by autism are registered with the University of Central Florida's Center for Autism and Related Disabilities. The center helps families cope with the challenges of living with someone who is autistic. This...
  • 3 local congressional races feature GOP primaries

    3 local congressional races feature GOP primaries
    On August 26 Central Florida Republicans will pick congressional candidates in three Central Florida districts, including one in which a longtime incumbent faces opposition. District 7 Eleven-term incumbent U.S. Rep. John Mica, Winter Park, faces...
  • Darden completes $2.1 billion sale of its Red Lobster chain

    Darden completes $2.1 billion sale of its Red Lobster chain
    Red Lobster began a new era Monday, as Orlando-based Darden Restaurants completed its $2.1 billion sale to private equity firm Golden Gate Capital. The chain is going "back to the basics of being not just the biggest, but the best seafood restaurant,"...
  • Orlando buys back land at more than twice the price

    Orlando buys back land at more than twice the price
    Orlando city commissioners agreed Monday to buy back a piece of property the city once owned in Parramore for $2 million. That's more than twice the amount the city sold it for. Orlando sold the land at the corner of Church Street and Parramore Avenue...
  • Man found shot during traffic stop, Portsmouth police say

    Man found shot during traffic stop, Portsmouth police say
    Portsmouth police discovered a man who they believe had been shot in Chesapeake Monday morning after the vehicle he was in was stopped for a traffic violation, a police spokeswoman said.  Chesapeake police were notified at about 2:20 a.m. by...