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  • Should stores open on Thanksgiving?

    A titanic struggle is taking shape across America this Thanksgiving. Walmart, Kmart, Macy's, Target and other retailers will be open on Thanksgiving — a choice, they say, dictated by their customers' desires. Nordstrom, Costco, Crate and Barrel,...
  • Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Passes selling on eBay for hundreds of dollars

    Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Passes selling on eBay for hundreds of dollars
    UPDATE: Olive Garden's Never Ending Past Passes, 1,000 of which went on sale yesterday and sold out in two hours, are selling on eBay.com for up to $255. --  Doreen Olive Garden is putting its Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion on steroids. Starting at...
  • eBay shoppers targeted in scam

    eBay shoppers targeted in scam
    If you shop on eBay, watch for a scam that can steal your password and let anyone access your account. The fraud happens when users click on an auction listing and are rerouted through a series of websites until they eventually are prompted to enter...
  • Christian Siriano to appear at Gold Coast pop-up

    The Waldorf Astoria retail space that once housed Perchance Boutique is transforming this weekend into a Christian Siriano pop-up shop where the designer will hawk his first fragrance. The two-day pop-up at 11 E. Walton St. will open Friday 10 a.m. to 7...
  • Florida lawmaker addresses digital life after death

    Florida lawmaker addresses digital life after death
    With all that we do online these days — from social media to banking to storing photos and running a business — there is growing concern over what happens to those "digital assets" after we die. Experts say many people haven't even...
  • Unions remain a crucial backer of Gov. Jerry Brown's campaign

    Unions remain a crucial backer of Gov. Jerry Brown's campaign
    The proposal to restrict school districts' financial reserves seemed to come out of nowhere, slipped into the state budget just days before the spending plan would come up for a vote. At a legislative hearing, Democrats were confused and Republicans...
  • Alibaba's Ma says open to working with Apple on payments

    Alibaba's Ma says open to working with Apple on payments
    Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd executive chairman Jack Ma said he's open to working with Apple Inc on mobile payments, as China's richest person prepares to call on Hollywood this week in search of media partners. Alibaba affiliate Alipay is China's...
  • Snapdeal founder eyes Alibaba playbook with funding deal

    Kunal Bahl, co-founder of Indian online marketplace Snapdeal, has come a long way from his days as a business school student selling detergent in U.S. supermarkets. After final negotiations over a sushi breakfast earlier this month, Snapdeal on Tuesday...
  • Former Google executive's app aims to tackle chronic illness

    Former Google executive's app aims to tackle chronic illness
    Having difficulty managing chronic disease? Now there's an app for that. Vida, a new startup founded by Google Inc's former commerce chief, aims to help patients get healthy, reduce stress levels and lose weight through online "health coaches." Many...
  • Smoothing out problems with wrinkles

    Smoothing out problems with wrinkles
    Dear Answer Angel Ellen: Thanks to your column and my own experience, I know that wrinkle creams don't really work. I can find no foundations that do not exaggerate wrinkles. And powders are the worst! I learned from Bobbi Brown on an Oprah show that...
  • Claws, Fangs and Fiends: Exhibit Traces History Of Horror Movie Posters

    Claws, Fangs and Fiends: Exhibit Traces History Of Horror Movie Posters
    NEW HAVEN — Whether severing limbs, cleaving skulls or just lurking in the dark, modern horror movie villains aren't nearly as charming as the screen fiends of yesteryear, Wes Davis says. "Monsters today, by and large, don't seem to have the...