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  • Shuttle bus drivers for Apple, Yahoo and other tech giants to vote on unionization

    CUPERTINO, Calif. As organized labor steps up its efforts in Silicon Valley, shuttle bus drivers who transport the employees of Apple, Yahoo and other tech giants will vote on whether to unionize later this month. Drivers employed by Compass...
  • 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...
  • 5 Ways to Sell Your Unused Gift Cards

    5 Ways to Sell Your Unused Gift Cards
    Ever wonder why gift cards are so popular? They're easy for the gift-giver but even more popular with the stores. Reason? Because retailers know that as many as 10 percent of gift cards will never be redeemed. I must admit, I have a few still lying around...
  • 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...
  • Saving trees, 1 person at a time: New US website lets individuals join deforestation fight

    Since the money raised by governments and corporations hasn't managed to halt the destruction of the world's rainforests — an area the size of Alabama or Greece is lost every year — a new U.S. campaign is now inviting individuals to chip in....
  • Bidding for bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce at $18,000

    Bidding for bottle of McDonald's Big Mac sauce at $18,000
    For years, eating McDonald's Big Mac Special Sauce on something other than the Oak Brook-based company's own menu items has been a foodie's fantasy. Now, McDonald's has made the possibilities for enjoying the relish-mayo-mustard-onion-garlic...
  • She's Geeky 'unconference' seeks to normalize tech for girls and women

    SAN JOSE, Calif. The day's schedule at the all-woman conference began with a fun ice-breaker. Participants were invited to stand and complete the sentence: "I am geeky because ..." The answers fit a general theme. Attendees said they love technology....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Rebecca Minkoff store coming to Oak Street's luxury shopping corridor

    Rebecca Minkoff store coming to Oak Street's luxury shopping corridor
    Rebecca Minkoff is bringing her high-tech store concept to Chicago. The New York-based fashion designer plans to open her first Chicago boutique this year at 106 E. Oak St., most recently the home of Italian leather handbag shop Furla. The 1,310-square-...
  • St. Paul School marks 150 years

    St. Paul School marks 150 years
    With some family history sleuthing, Aurora resident John Muschler learned that his great-grandfather Johann Friedrick Muschler and his older brother George Andreas immigrated to Aurora in 1852 from Germany when they were in their late teens and early 20s....