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  • Poetry magazine well-versed in criticism

    Poetry magazine well-versed in criticism
    Poetry makes nothing happen. So saidW.H. Auden. Who never lived in Chicago. Or knew Don Share. Share is the senior editor of Poetry magazine, the venerable Chicago-based literary institution. It turns 100 next year and has seen far more than nothing...
  • Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him

    Steve Jobs Refused Surgery That Could Have Saved Him
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, shrugging off protests from his family and opting instead for alternative medicine, according to the tech visionary's biographer. When...
  • 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....
  • Coliseum officials charged taxpayers thousands for fill-ups

    Coliseum officials charged taxpayers thousands for fill-ups
    As finance director for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Ronald Lederkramer didn't need to do much driving to keep an eye on the stadium's books. But he has charged taxpayers about $7,600 for gasoline since 2008, even for fill-ups near Las Vegas and in...
  • Apple shares close down slightly after Steve Jobs' death

     
    Apple stock: Shares of Apple Inc. ended down slightly on the first day of trading after the death of the company's former chief executive, Steve Jobs....
  • Apple stock gyrates after Steve Jobs' death

     
    Shares of Apple Inc., have pitched around on the first day of trading after the death of the company's former chief executive, Steve Jobs....
  • Earnings report: Big 3rd-quarter profits for Occidental, Exxon-Mobil

     
    Occidental Petroleum saw its profits rise like an old-style gusher in the third quarter, up nearly 50% to $1.77 billion compared to a year earlier, the company said Thursday. It benefited, in part, from from record domestic production that helped offset...
  • 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......
  • Prop. 23: Oil giants are divided

     
    Are the big oil companies really backing Proposition 23? Maybe not. Among California's major oil refiners, Shell Oil opposes the November ballot initiative to suspend the state’s global warming law. Chevron Corp. is officially neutral. Exxon Mobil and...