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  • How to build a curling rink from scratch

    How to build a curling rink from scratch
    Putting together an outdoor curling rink in Chicago proved to be an easier task than one might think. "I got on the Internet, looked around and found a local company who builds these ice rinks and gave them a call," said Chris Latchford, co-owner of...
  • Former Maitland art-gallery manager gets 2 years in prison for $1M scam

    Former Maitland art-gallery manager gets 2 years in prison for $1M scam
    A former Central Florida art-gallery manager was sentenced to two years in prison on Monday for embezzling more than $1 million. Jeffery Hall, 48, embezzled the funds when he was the manager of Millenia Gallery in Maitland. The Maitland man pleaded...
  • New niche hotel searchers

    New niche hotel searchers
    Despite the dominance of a few giant online hotel booking and search systems, a few niche operators can sometimes steer you to deals you might miss if you rely only on the big guys. If you've followed the recent developments, you know that Expedia and...
  • Your old landline could get an early retirement

    Your old landline could get an early retirement
    Not since Alexander Graham Bell twisted pairs of wires together in the 1870s has the simple telephone technology that has served Americans for generations — the landline — faced such a threat to its existence. It's not just that droves of...
  • 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...
  • Montage Laguna Beach sells for $360 million; deal shatters state records

     Montage Laguna Beach sells for $360 million; deal shatters state records
    One of Southern California's most luxurious resorts, the Montage Laguna Beach, has been bought for $360 million by a Chicago real estate investment trust in one of the priciest hotel deals in years. At a cost of $1.4 million per room, the deal...
  • 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...
  • Bank Burned Lanza Items To Prevent Memorabilia Sales

    Bank Burned Lanza Items To Prevent Memorabilia Sales
    The bank that took control of the house where Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza lived burned all the items left in the house to ensure that no one could sell them as murder memorabilia. "There is nothing left but the light fixtures; we...
  • An offbeat Valentine's gift: A bouquet of gypsum roses

    An offbeat Valentine's gift: A bouquet of gypsum roses
    Planning to give your valentine a bouquet of red roses? That's sweet of you, but may we suggest a more surprising option (particularly if your special someone favors unique home decor)? Gypsum roses. These delicate crystal clusters — also referred...
  • 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...
  • National retail show outlines digital challenge

    National retail show outlines digital challenge
    James Curleigh, clad in Levi's 501 jeans and a black leather jacket, strode onto the stage at the National Retail Federation's annual trade show this week singing The Beatles. "You say you want a revolution, well, you know," Curleigh, president of...