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  • 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...
  • Art world abuzz over leadership shake-ups at Christie's, Sotheby's

    Multimillion-dollar bidding wars are suspenseful, sure, but the real drama at Christie's and Sotheby's lately has been behind the scenes: The top executive at each of the fierce rivals — the biggest auction houses in the world — is stepping...
  • Sportscaster Don Tollefson withdraws guilty plea after 'much prayer'

    After "much prayer and reflection," Don Tollefson now says he's innocent. The longtime Philadelphia TV sportscaster on Monday withdrew his guilty plea on charges he stole more than $300,000 from people through various sports-related charity schemes....
  • AutoNation invests $100 million, builds team to sell cars online

    AutoNation invests $100 million, builds team to sell cars online
    He earned four patents in Silicon Valley and a reputation as an e-commerce whiz. Then, he moved to South Florida to join a company not normally associated with technology. Famous Rhodes is busy at AutoNation, the country's largest auto dealership chain,...
  • Boca's oldest cold case: Famed sculptor's family revisits 1948 double murder

    Boca's oldest cold case: Famed sculptor's family revisits 1948 double murder
    Boca Raton's oldest cold case started with a Palm Beach society sculptor and his wife lying lifeless in their bedroom. Both had been shot at close range, their corpses on the floor next to their bed. Who cut short the flamboyant lives of famed...
  • Hunt down the hackers

    Hunt down the hackers
    Time to put more money in a reward account to find, capture and prosecute hackers in a country with the harshest rules and convictions. Set high rewards for information and conviction. Bounty hunters would delight in hunting these monsters down. I think...
  • You may already be too late for hottest holiday toys

    (Reuters) - If you still have Disney's Frozen Castle and Ice Palace Playset on your holiday gift list this year, you may already be out of luck. With Christmas approaching, the $119 toy - made by Mattel Inc - is sold out. Of course, you can find it at...
  • With value at stake, repairs can do more harm than good

    Q: Is it worthwhile to take my 16-in. Pairpoint lamp to an expert to have the shade repaired? A: The reader has a circa 1920s authentic Pairpoint brass base with a glass shade. The e-query tells us that the shade is cracked but intact. She has looked...
  • Commentary: Net neutrality would ensure an even playing field

    Net neutrality is quite literally one of most important issues of the decade. I've been involved with software development and computer networking my entire life. I am the owner of a small software company and also very involved with politics on all...
  • 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...
  • A new Plan of Chicago: 12 ways to heal a city

     A new Plan of Chicago: 12 ways to heal a city
    Ask Chicagoans how to fix their city and you'll hear powerful ideas to rescue flailing schools, cut violent crime, create attractive jobs and help families thrive. We know this. We asked. Last October, we launched our Plan of Chicago project to fill in...