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  • Don't buy bad goods for Christmas

    Don't buy bad goods for Christmas
    Some people are disappointed when they don't get what they wanted for Christmas. An even bigger letdown might be thinking you got what you wanted, then realizing after a close look that your gift is a knock-off. The holiday shopping madness has begun,...
  • Digital Savant: Stylish tech for the fashionable gadget lover

    Remember how ugly our technology used to be? There were always exceptions, but for a long time, giving someone the gift of a plastic Bluetooth earpiece or a leather protective case for their cellphone (let's hear it for belt-clip holsters!) meant...
  • Man who worked at security firm in Newport News pleads guilty to mail, computer fraud

    A man who previously worked at a security firm with offices in Newport News pleaded guilty Monday to mail and computer fraud charges. Michael Holub, 48, of Norfolk, is expected to be sentenced on March 6 and faces up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine on a...
  • Checkout Charity: Get ready for the cash register ambush

    First, Samantha Kemp-Jackson started noticing something unusual at the local grocery store. Then it started happening to the Toronto mom of four at the department store. Then the liquor store. Then, pretty much everywhere else. She was getting hit up...
  • 'Marlins Man' is auctioning his World Series jersey for Make-A-Wish Foundation

    "Marlins Man" is giving the shirt off his back to one lucky fan. During the Royals' run to the World Series, "Marlins Man" became a minor celebrity. "Marlins Man" was the sobriquet given to Miami lawyer Laurence Leavy, who had tickets behind home plate...
  • Dozens arrested for retail-related crimes during 3-day crackdown

    Dozens arrested for retail-related crimes during 3-day crackdown
    Dozens of crooks in Broward County paid the price for their retail-related offenses this week when authorities teamed up with local stores to crack down on organized retail crime. The Broward Sheriff's Office, local police agencies, Homeland Security...
  • Collector groups not best sources for price information

    Q: I served in the U.S. Air Force, and for some time was stationed in England. We're wondering about something we got there. We call it a clay bowl. Marks on the bottom are clear, but I only recently found out what they mean. Can you help with value? A:...
  • Alibaba prints jumbo deal without China premium

    SINGAPORE (IFR) - Alibaba Group Holding sold the largest bond by an Asian company last night via a $8 billion six-tranche offering. The tight pricing achieved on the deal led many to believe the US-listed Chinese ecommerce giant got away without paying...
  • How to make Hello Kitty Spam musubi (rice snacks)

    How to make Hello Kitty Spam musubi (rice snacks)
    If there's a Hello Kitty fan on your holiday gift list this year, we've got you covered. If he or she also happens to be a Spam fan, you're well on your way to becoming best friend of the year. All you'll need is the Hello Kitty Spam musubiĀ (or shaped...
  • Dreaming of Evangeline: WWII love letters on eBay tell an unlikely romance

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Like her name, the letters to Evangeline are from another time. They were written in the 1940s by three World War II soldiers dreaming of a young woman back home. Eighteen handwritten letters to Evangeline Poteat, a 22-year-old working...
  • Chris Hemsworth is named sexiest man alive; Ryan Gosling doesn't care

    PeopleĀ this week named Australian actor Chris Hemsworth ("Thor," "The Avengers," "Snow White and the Huntsman") the sexiest man alive. Leading the Wrap to ponder, why hasn't Ryan Gosling ever been crowned? Because Gosling doesn't want it, sources say....