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  • Apple reports 12.7% profit growth, launches Apple Pay

    Apple reports 12.7% profit growth, launches Apple Pay
    Apple Inc. finished off its year in a big way, reporting a standout fourth quarter thanks to strong sales of iPhones and Macs. The Cupertino, Calif., company reported Monday that net profit rose 12.7% to $8.5 billion for the three months that ended...
  • Young Hollywood to Launch Streaming Network With Long-Form Content

    Young Hollywood is growing up. The 7-year-old company is taking its stock in trade -- celebrity interviews for young fan s- -and expanding into long-form programming for an over-the-top network to launch in January. Eight series are in the works, as is...
  • Sears to lease 7 stores to Irish retailer Primark

    European discount fashion chain Primark plans to lease space in seven Sears stores as it expands into the U.S. and as struggling Sears Holdings wrings cash from its real estate. The announcement Monday came as Hoffman Estates-based Sears said it also...
  • Whole Foods kicks off 1st national marketing effort

    Whole Foods kicks off 1st national marketing effort
    With competition eating away at sales growth, organic grocer Whole Foods Market launched its first national marketing campaign Monday. The new campaign will promote the theme “Values Matter,” focusing on the sourcing of food and social...
  • Beer review: Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.'s Danish Red Lager

    Beer review: Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.'s Danish Red Lager
    Inspired by the malty lagers of Denmark, this multiple-award-winning brew from Buellton's Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co. features the kind of complex malt flavors that perfectly complement autumn, but Danish Red Lager remains crisp and drinkable enough for...
  • Burbank OKs Whole Foods, luxury apartment complex

    Burbank OKs Whole Foods, luxury apartment complex
    Burbank will be getting a four-level, 241-unit apartment complex built above a Whole Foods Market after the controversial project was approved this week over the objections of the city's mayor. The Talaria at Burbank project, which also includes parking...
  • Anupy Singla appearances in Chicago area

     Anupy Singla appearances in Chicago area
    You don't have to be an expert in Indian cuisine to cook up a good plate of spicy stir-fry. In her newest cookbook, "Indian for Everyone," Chicago-based author Anupy Singla tells readers that Indian cookery really is for everyone, from curry-skeptics to...
  • Gourmet and specialty markets

    Gourmet stores and specialty markets stock hard-to-find ingredients, including ethnic goods. Abu Maher International Grocery: 6148 Hanging Moss Road, Orlando; 407-677-8000 (Mediterranean, Mid-Eastern, Turkish, Persian, Indo-Pak and Asian groceries,...
  • Designs unveiled for new Harbor East apartments

    Designs unveiled for new Harbor East apartments
    A towering, white, modular-looking apartment complex could be the newest addition to the Harbor East waterfront, filling a Central Avenue parking lot with nearly 350 residences and a block of shopping. The roughly $100 million proposal by H&S Properties...
  • Volunteer chefs to compete in 'Miracle Chef' event Friday in Boca

    Volunteer chefs to compete in 'Miracle Chef' event Friday in Boca
    The competition will be sizzling as Boca Helping Hands prepares to host its first Miracle Chef Event on Friday. Six teams of six volunteer chefs will duke it out using "recovered food" — food that is still safe to eat but would have otherwise been...
  • Collards are kicking kale off the table

    Collards are kicking kale off the table
    Collard greens are "the new kale." So say the chic eaters. But some concerned cultural guardians fear a new social and economic menace: "food gentrification." Gentrification, simply defined, is when something that you used to buy because it was cheap...