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  • Bill to require sales-tax collection for Internet sales is dead in the House for now

    States facing budget shortfalls in 2015 probably can't count on Congress to provide a long-sought windfall from taxing Internet sales. States lost an estimated $23.3 billion in 2012 as a result of those uncollected taxes, according to the National...
  • 'Charlotte's Web' challenge: Dressing 4- and 8-legged creatures

    'Charlotte's Web' challenge: Dressing 4- and 8-legged creatures
    Creating an animal, insect or rodent costume can be so tricky. But leave it to Soojin Lee, the costume designer at South Coast Repertory, to evoke characters for the theater's children's production of E.B. White's "Charlotte's Web." The beloved...
  • 'Singles' Day' Sales, Yet To Catch On Here, Set Online Shopping Record

    'Singles' Day' Sales, Yet To Catch On Here, Set Online Shopping Record
    MinXi Fu of West Hartford was up at 3 in the morning Tuesday to take advantage of a consumer-centric holiday from China that takes its name from the four digits in the date — 1.1.1.1 — Singles' Day. China's largest e-commerce company,...
  • Jana Partners in third quarter took new Valeant stake, upped eBay stake

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jana Partners LLC, the $11 billion hedge fund run by Barry Rosenstein, took a new stake in Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc and vastly increased its holdings of online auction site eBay Inc in the third quarter, according...
  • Forget Black Friday: Alibaba's Singles Day sets online shopping record

    Beijing mom Wang Rongrong is married, but each year she eagerly looks forward to China’s “Singles Day.” After putting her 1-year-old son Momo to sleep, Wang got in front of her computer and began her four-hour countdown to China’...
  • Online sales tax a needed boost for states, cities, local retailers and nation's economy

    WASHINGTON With Congress back for its lame duck session, there's an issue that has been lingering for more than 20 years that needs to finally be resolved requiring online merchants to collect sales tax the same as local stores. It was 1992 when the U.S....
  • Alibaba open to working with PayPal: Bloomberg

    Alibaba open to working with PayPal: Bloomberg
    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd is open to working with eBay Inc's PayPal to expand its payment options, Bloomberg reported, citing an interview with the Chinese e-commerce company's vice chairman. "If you look at our footprint of being the largest online...
  • Boost in US tech sales foreseen as China, US vow to work to eliminate tariffs

    BEIJING In a move likely to benefit U.S. information and technology companies, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday that he had reached an "understanding" with China that could eliminate tariffs on global sales of high-tech equipment. If and when...
  • Women Should Care For Themselves First

    Women Should Care For Themselves First
    We all know how to make other people's lives better, right? We're very good at that. When my father and his brothers — then in their late 70s and early 80s — got together, all they did was yell at each other. They would accuse one another of...
  • The several habits of exceptionally frugal people

    On the top of my washer-dryer, there's a bucket full of old cut-up T-shirts and other scraps that we use for cleaning instead of buying paper towels. I stock up on six months' worth of toilet paper at a time -- it comes out to 50 cents for a giant roll....
  • Truck driver, eBay seller sold stolen designer items

    Truck driver, eBay seller sold stolen designer items
    A truck driver and his buddy who stole more than $470,000 worth of designer merchandise from his delivery route, then sold the items online, pleaded guilty to their crimes this week. Gewan Ramtahal, 36, of Miramar, and former Hollywood resident Debbie...