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  • What really killed SkyMall

    What really killed SkyMall
    Say bon voyage to a friendly in-flight travel companion for the past 25 years. SkyMall has crashed. Last week, SkyMall LLC, which publishes the well-known in-flight catalog, and its parent company, Xhibit Corp., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy...
  • New publishing trends reshaping reading

    New publishing trends reshaping reading
    In November, a pair of technology journalists issued the latest in what seems to be a constant stream of announcements proclaiming the start of a book publishing revolution. First, co-authors Jason Hiner and Lyndsey Gilpin said they would crowdfund...
  • EBay cutting 7 percent of its work force ahead of PayPal spinoff

    EBay cutting 7 percent of its work force ahead of PayPal spinoff
    EBay plans to cut 2,400 jobs, or 7 percent of its work force, in the first quarter as it prepares to spin off its PayPal business, which employs hundreds in the Baltimore area. The job cuts will fall across its PayPal, marketplaces and enterprise...
  • EBay to lay off 2,400, could split into three parts

    SAN JOSE, Calif. EBay confirmed Wednesday a corporate shake-up that will split off PayPal and result in more than 2,000 layoffs, and the San Jose e-commerce company said it could split the company in three instead of just two. EBay reported earnings...
  • A-Treat closing leaves customers, distributors flat

    A-Treat closing leaves customers, distributors flat
    It isn't every day that a longtime business suddenly closes. In fact, at the A-Treat Bottling Co. plant in Allentown on Monday, it seemed like business as usual for the 97-year-old soda maker. Kids were shoveling the snowy sidewalks. Distributors came...
  • Age does not spike value for ironstone utility ware

    Q: What can you tell me about this platter inherited from my grandparents? Does the mark indicate that it was made between 1870-1896? A: Noting that "Ltd." is missing from the mark on her ceramic piece, our reader wonders if the wording (or lack thereof)...
  • Former Leesburg aviation adviser goes to prison for lies about bad propeller on eBay

    Former Leesburg aviation adviser goes to prison for lies about bad propeller on eBay
    A one-time Leesburg aviation figure who lied about the airworthiness of a propeller sold on eBay to an Oregon buyer was sentenced to one year in federal prison, officials announced today. Clive Felix Ure, 58, of Zephyrhills also must pay more than $67,...
  • Commentary: New City Council is hardly revolutionary

    It is always a joy to observe the new City Council members as they take office and embark on their various concepts of public service. We have always gone on the assumption that a new broom sweeps clean the remnants of bad government. However, as Ross...
  • EBay to cut 2,400 jobs, spin off or sell enterprise unit

    EBay to cut 2,400 jobs, spin off or sell enterprise unit
    EBay plans to cut 2,400 jobs, or 7 percent of its staff, in the first quarter to simplify its structure and boost profit ahead of a planned separation of its business. The job cuts will fall across its marketplaces, PayPal and enterprise businesses....
  • Big Cypress plans big fire to keep tree snails colorful

    Big Cypress plans big fire to keep tree snails colorful
    They are the Christmas tree ornaments of the Everglades, snails with shells colored in brilliant swirls of pink, blue, white and yellow. South Florida's unique species of tree snail -- wiped out of Broward and Palm Beach counties by urban development --...
  • Charlie Hebdo returns to Paris streets, more popular than ever

    PARIS Within minutes of the magazine going on sale before daybreak Wednesday, handwritten signs started popping up in Parisian news agents: "Plus de Charlie." No more Charlie, in shortened, idiomatic French. A week ago, when two brothers apparently on...