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  • Price gouging starts as new Mustangs about to ship to dealers

    Tom Layton is anxiously awaiting the two 2015 50-Year Limited Edition Mustangs that he and his business partner have ordered and is pleased they paid the sticker price for the collectible cars. Ford is only making 1,964 of the 50th anniversary models...
  • Alibaba issues additional shares to raise IPO total to $25 billion: report

    Alibaba issues additional shares to raise IPO total to $25 billion: report
    The underwriters of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd BABA.N's IPO have issued additional shares, according to the Wall Street Journal, bringing the IPO's size to about $25 billion and making it the largest initial public offering in history. The move to...
  • Local fossils tell pre-historic story of Connecticut River valley

    Bill Fournier found his first fossil in high school, and has been interested in them ever since. He travels the state, finding them in places like Rainbow Reservoir in Windsor and on King's Island in the Connecticut River, and purchases some on eBay and...
  • PayPal closer to adding bitcoin

    SAN JOSE, Calif. PayPal is one step closer to embracing bitcoin, the cryptocurrency used by much of the tech community despite its volatility. The Internet and mobile payments company announced Tuesday that it struck a deal with three bitcoin payment...
  • What you can do with your old phones

     What you can do with your old phones
    With consumers rushing to buy the new iPhone 6, Moto X or any other late-model smartphone, a related industry is bustling: recommerce companies that will buy your old smartphone, sometimes for hundreds of dollars. And unless you have a good reason not...
  • Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Passes selling on eBay for hundreds of dollars

    Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Passes selling on eBay for hundreds of dollars
    UPDATE: Olive Garden's Never Ending Past Passes, 1,000 of which went on sale yesterday and sold out in two hours, are selling on eBay.com for up to $255. --  Doreen Olive Garden is putting its Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion on steroids. Starting at...
  • Bell's Brewery founder makes Cubs his full-time job in 2014

    Bell's Brewery founder makes Cubs his full-time job in 2014
    It was the Cubs' 75th home game of year, and that meant Larry Bell was at Wrigley Field for the 75th time this season. Bell, 56, is best known as the founder of Bell's Brewery, which has grown from a 1980s home brewing hobby in Kalamazoo, Mich., to...
  • New bill would protect the market for used high-tech goods

    It may be hard to imagine as you gaze upon your shiny new iPhone 6, but there just may come a day when you'll want something even newer and shinier. At that point, you may decide to sell your iPhone on eBay or Craigslist to offset the price of its...
  • Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out

    Rivals dash to support Apple Pay for fear of losing out
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - In the hype-fueled technology industry, "revolutionary" is a word in danger of losing its meaning. But Apple Inc's new mobile payments system - unveiled just ten days ago - is already winning over the heavyweights of the financial...
  • Man accused of credit card fraud after buying more than 60 gallons of fuel

    Man accused of credit card fraud after buying more than 60 gallons of fuel
    A gas station clerk figured something odd was going on after watching a man use three credit cards to fill up gas tanks in his pickup truck on Wednesday, according to a Palm Springs police arrest report. It led to a police investigation that resulted...
  • New Laos web decree bans criticism of government policy: media

    (Reuters) - Communist Laos has issued a decree outlawing online criticism of policies of the ruling party or government, state media reported, the latest Southeast Asian country to enact strict internet controls. According to legislation approved by...