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  • Exelon to invest in commercial fuel cell plants

    Exelon to invest in commercial fuel cell plants
    Exelon Corp. is getting into the fuel cell business with a commitment to finance projects at 75 commercial facilities throughout the United States. The Chicago-based nuclear giant said Tuesday that it will provide equity financing for California-based...
  • FX's 'The Strain' has creepy, old-fashioned fun with vampires

     FX's 'The Strain' has creepy, old-fashioned fun with vampires
    I found myself yelling a lot at the flat screen while watching the first four episodes of Guillermo del Toro's new horror series, "The Strain," which debuts on FX Sunday night. At first, I thought it a residual reaction from the hours spent watching the...
  • 10 tools every apartment tenant should own

    10 tools every apartment tenant should own
    With the luxury of a landlord to call when something needs fixing, apartment living doesn't exactly require the level of handiness you'll need as a full-blown homeowner. "There are tons of tools that are kind of silly to have as a renter," said Ken...
  • Design basics

    Design basics
    When it comes to decorating your place, the small space and smaller budget you're working with doesn't excuse the souvenir shot glass collection motif you're still rocking from college. Deck out your digs like a grown-up instead with these wallet-friendly...
  • Microsoft to buy power from a new Illinois wind farm

    Microsoft to buy power from a new Illinois wind farm
    Microsoft Corp. will buy wind power from a new Illinois wind farm for the next 20 years to offset its power needs, part of a plan by the technology company to become offset its carbon output. The 175-megawatt wind farm is under construction 60 miles...
  • Executive Profile: Sascha Bopp

    Executive Profile: Sascha Bopp
    After focusing its growth on North America for its first half-century, Crate and Barrel is aggressively expanding abroad, looking for new opportunities in Asia, Latin America and Europe. CEO Sascha Bopp has moved the brand into eight new countries, with...
  • TrustNordisk Sells 'Here is Harnold' to Multiple Territories

    PARIS- TrustNordisk has sold Gunnar Vikene's comedy "Here is Harnold," to multiple territories. The Scandi giant presented a 3-minute promo at Cannes and sold the film to Germany (NFP), Japan (Nikkatsu Corporation), Switzerland (Frenetec Films), Czech...
  • 10 ways to organize and save money

    10 ways to organize and save money
    One step at a time.      That handy cliche has become the mantra of the Paitsel household, as my husband and I put in extra hours at nights and on weekends to build a playroom and, in general, improve the flow of our home.      From selling furniture to...
  • William Allen High School awards 602 diplomas

    William Allen High School awards 602 diplomas
    William Allen High School held graduation ceremonies June 13. Brielle Gemberling was the valedictorian and Melissa Holihan was the salutatorian. Diplomas were awarded to 602 students. Graduates are: A Kianda Nyaizha Able, Aida Abodshesh, Mohamed...
  • 5 Questions: The Muji catalog of life and design all about simplicity

     5 Questions: The Muji catalog of life and design all about simplicity
    As president of Muji, the Japanese retailer that takes its name from a term that means "no-brand quality goods," Masaaki Kanai has worked with designers such as Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic and Pritzker Prize-winning architect Shigeru Ban. But you...
  • Bethlehem's Great Southside Sale lives up to its name

    Inside the cavernous and dimly lit Windish Hall in south Bethlehem on Tuesday, a handful of volunteers were sorting, folding, labeling and otherwise arranging a collection of goods so massive and eclectic that I don't know quite how to describe it....