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  • Sleevecandy's 'accidentally ironic' thrift-store T-shirts

     
    The way Reed Hushka sees it, the biggest problem with thrift shops isn't the lack of cool clothes but the hit-or-miss selection and sizes at individual stores. "I live in Chicago," Hushka said, "but my perfect T-shirt might be sitting......
  • Consumer Confidential: Amazon fallout, hybrids galore, Ford recall

     
    Business news from around the Internet, Dec. 9, 2011. Sen. Olympia Snowe calls out Amazon.com. Exxon predicts a trend toward hybrid and other alternative-fuel cars. Ford announces a recall....
  • Chavez closes Miami consulate in response to expulsion

     
    In his state of the union address on Friday, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered the closing of the Miami consulate, one week after the Venezuelan consul in Miami was declared by the U.S. to be persona non grata....
  • As Apple shares jump, firm briefly passes Exxon as most valuable

     
    Apple Inc.'s is back into a neck-and-neck race with Exxon Mobil Corp. for the title of the world's most valuable company....
  • California sees record gas prices as police deal with fuel bandits

     
    California gas prices hit record highs, and police have been dealing with scattered cases in recent weeks of gas thieves. California's average gasoline price set a record Saturday of $4.614 for a gallon of regular, up 12.8 cents overnight. Several......
  • Consumer Confidential: Recovery, video games, Exxon

     
    Here's your thrilling Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The economy's on the upswing. Jobs, not so much. All eyes are now fixed on whether consumers will keep spending into next year, pushing corporate profits higher and......
  • Knott's Berry Farm parent Cedar Fair agrees to buyout by Apollo

     
    Cedar Fair, which owns Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park and other amusement parks nationwide, agreed late Wednesday to a $2.4-billion buyout by private equity firm Apollo Global Management. The deal follows a poor summer for Cedar Fair as the......
  • Kris Allen headed to Haiti for 'Idol Gives Back'

     
    With Kara DioGuardi and Elliott Yamin just off to Angola, now comes word that season 8 winner Kris Allen will head to Haiti with the United Nations Foundation to raise awareness of the impoverished island nation's continuing need. The trip will officially...
  • Apple Inc. is now a $200-billion whopper

     
    Times financial columnist Tom Petruno blogs in Money & Company that Apple Inc. shares rose to new heights Tuesday, lifting the company's stock market value past $200 billion for the first time. Apple joins an exclusive club that includes Exxon Mobil,...
  • Apple's market value tops $200 billion as stock soars

     
    Apple Inc. shares continued their run to new highs Tuesday, lifting the stock market value of the company past $200 billion for the first time. That gives Apple a seat in a very exclusive club: Only four other U.S. companies......
  • Rally on: Dow hits highest level since October 2008

     
    Better late than never, if you're a bull: The Dow Jones industrial average, playing catch-up, is finally following the rest of the market to a new 17-month high. The 30-stock Dow was up 78.75 points, or 0.7%, to 10,764.73 at......