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  • China's Alibaba Files for $1 Billion U.S. IPO

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group on Tuesday filed in the U.S. for an initial public offering to raise up to $1 billion -- a figure that analysts expect will rise -- which will deliver a cash windfall to minority stakeholder Yahoo. Yahoo holds a 24%...
  • It's Freebie Friday! Save $10 at Macy's, tax-free hurricane supplies

    It's Freebie Friday! Save $10 at Macy's, tax-free hurricane supplies
    Happy Freebie Friday! The end of a short week and I've got savings at Macy's good through Sunday, a free "Maleficient" iBook and Florida's tax holiday on hurricane supplies kicks off Saturday, too. Like Doreen's Deals on Facebook; follow Doreen...
  • Why Alibaba's IPO Matters to Hollywood

    HONG KONG -- The proposed share sale in the US of Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba is one of the biggest stories of the year in financial circles. But the company's importance to the entertainment industry has yet to be fully appreciated. The interest...
  • Amazon's wholesale slaughter: Jeff Bezos' $8 trillion B2B bet

    Amazon's wholesale slaughter: Jeff Bezos' $8 trillion B2B bet
    In recent months global Internet retail behemoth Amazon.com has green-lit six new original TV shows, announced an online streaming deal with HBO and tested same-day grocery delivery on the West Coast. Up next? Possibly a smartphone. And, if...
  • Amazon.com expands Sunday delivery to 15 more cities

    Amazon.com expands Sunday delivery to 15 more cities
    Online retail behemoth Amazon.com is expanding its Sunday delivery option to 15 additional cities after  rolling out the service in Los Angeles and New York last year. The Seattle retailer, which has partnered with the U.S. Postal Service, will ensure...
  • 2 deaths at Amazon.com centers investigated by OSHA

    2 deaths at Amazon.com centers investigated by OSHA
    Federal investigators cited five companies for "serious" labor violations in the death of a worker at an Amazon.com warehouse in New Jersey but brought no action against the online retailer itself. Ronald Smith, a temporary employee, was crushed in a...
  • Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba files for IPO in the U.S.

    Alibaba Group, the Chinese Internet giant, filed Tuesday for its long-awaited initial public offering of stock in the U.S. in which it could raise as much as $15 billion. In the filing the company made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission,...
  • POLL: Would You Buy an Amazon 3D Smartphone?

    Amazon.com has teased a June 18 announcement in its hometown of Seattle, where the e-retailer is expected to unveil a 3D-capable smartphone to challenge Apple's iPhone and Samsung Electronics' Android devices, among others. But it's not clear how...
  • Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area

    Google and Amazon launch same-day delivery in L.A. area
    Google and Amazon are going head to head over Los Angeles shoppers, launching same-day delivery services in the area within days of each other. Google said Sunday it is expanding its Google Shopping Express program to West Los Angeles and Manhattan from...
  • PowaTag e-commerce system debuts, aims to revolutionize shopping

    PowaTag e-commerce system debuts, aims to revolutionize shopping
    Ever lust after a product displayed in a store that’s closed for the day? Or struggle to find the item you saw in a magazine or YouTube advertisement? Maybe you’re curious about something on a shelf but can’t find a salesperson to...
  • Orland Park may outlaw 'puppy mill' sales

    Orland Park may outlaw 'puppy mill' sales
    Orland Park trustees are considering banning the sale of pets raised by commercial breeders, which critics call "puppy mills," in village pet stores. Mayor Dan McLaughlin asked Trustee Pat Gira, chair of the Parks and Recreation Committee, to look into...