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  • Maryland coaches Mark Turgeon, Brenda Frese initially opposed move to Big Ten

    Maryland coaches Mark Turgeon, Brenda Frese initially opposed move to Big Ten
    COLLEGE PARK — A year ago, coaches representing the University of Maryland's 19 athletic teams lined up across the back wall of a meeting room in the student union, all dressed in red. The plan, according to an internal email, was to present a...
  • SeaWorld app adds 'QuickQueue' line-skip feature

    SeaWorld app adds 'QuickQueue' line-skip feature
    SeaWorld Orlando is adding a unique feature to its mobile app soon that will allow people to buy its QuickQueue pass anywhere – even when standing in line at a ride. QuickQueue is the park’s express lane feature for rides and attractions....
  • Charter to nominate new board of directors for Time Warner Cable

    Charter to nominate new board of directors for Time Warner Cable
    Having failed in its initial effort to buy Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications now wants to take over the company's board of directors. On Tuesday Charter announced a slate of directors it will nominate to Time Warner Cable's board at its annual...
  • Wall Street would cheer Time Warner Cable sale but media watchdogs worry

    Time Warner Cable might have its own cord cut. Two big cable operators — Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications — are interested in acquiring Time Warner Cable, the nation's second-largest cable operator, which boasts more than 1 million...
  • Chan Lowe: Banning cell phones while driving on school grounds

    Chan Lowe: Banning cell phones while driving on school grounds
    On the face of it, the fact that the Broward School District even has to consider a policy banning drivers from using their cell phones while on school grounds is absurd.   You’d think that parents, in particular, innately know that they...
  • Netflix stock hits all-time high on forecast of strong global growth

    Netflix stock hits all-time high on forecast of strong global growth
    Netflix Inc. stock soared to record levels Tuesday, apparently propelled by a new analyst report predicting surprising growth in the streaming video service's international subscribers. The stock stock rose to a high of $321.61 in early trading, after...
  • CTA seeks to upgrade cell service in subways

    CTA seeks to upgrade cell service in subways
    Riders on the Blue and Red lines won't have to brace for an Internet blackout every time they're taken underground on trips to the Loop under a Chicago Transit Authority plan, announced Thursday, to expand wireless service. The CTA is seeking...
  • 'Gravity' soars. Nielsen and Twitter team up. Kessler exits HBO.

    'Gravity' soars. Nielsen and Twitter team up. Kessler exits HBO.
    After the coffee. Before another trip to the chiropractor. The Skinny: I saw "Don Jon" on Saturday. Good stuff although a little depressing. Hope to catch "Gravity" this week. Monday's headlines include the box office recap and Nielsen's plans to...
  • Police say driver was texting when car struck, killed motorcyclist

    Police say driver was texting when car struck, killed motorcyclist
    Anne Arundel County police say a 20-year-old Severn woman has been charged with negligent manslaughter by motor vehicle after cell phone records indicate she was using her cell phone when the car she was driving struck a motorcycle, killing the driver....
  • Liberty Media buys back $417 million in shares from Comcast

    Liberty Media buys back $417 million in shares from Comcast
    John Malone's Liberty Media Corp. has paid Comcast Corp. $417 million in cash to buy back shares in Liberty Media that Comcast held. Comcast's interest in Liberty dates back to the Philadelphia-based cable company's sale 10 years ago of its stake in...
  • Amtrak riders can now report 'suspicious activity' via text messages

    Amtrak riders can now report 'suspicious activity' via text messages
    Amtrak has launched a new "Txt-A-Tip" program that allows riders and employees to report suspicious or criminal activity on the rail service via text message, the company announced Wednesday. The program adds a new option, accessible to those with...