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  • Alex. Brown Realty partners on Oregon hotel project

    Alex. Brown Realty partners on Oregon hotel project
    Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. a private real estate investment manager, has bought a five-acre site in Oregon with plans for a 140-room Marriott Residence Inn. ABR and its partners, Portland-based Hillsboro Hotel Development and Texas-based Huntington...
  • Priority for retirees, even well-off ones, is to reduce living expenses

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I am a 49-year-old who plans to retire from my current job by age 55. My 401(k) is now worth $1.1 million, which is up 20 percent since January. It is invested in several different mutual funds. I also have...
  • Qualcomm calling on a new CEO amid intensifying competition

    Few companies have benefited more from the explosion of the wireless market and the increasing sophistication of cellphones than Qualcomm Inc. The San Diego semiconductor and telecommunications company is the world's leading designer and seller of chips...
  • YouTube's Ultra HD Strategy Could Spark Battle Over 4K Video-Delivery Tech

    YouTube, aiming to improve current HD video delivery and chart a course to Ultra HD, has lined up 19 consumer-electronics partners to support a Google-owned video compression technology. The move could set the stage for an industry fight over which next-...
  • LG unveils Chromebase, an all-in-one Google Chrome OS desktop

    LG unveils Chromebase, an all-in-one Google Chrome OS desktop
    LG is the latest tech company to announce a computer running Chrome OS, the Google operating system designed to rival Microsoft Windows. The new LG machine, called the Chromebase, is similar to Mac computers in that it is an all-in-one desktop, making...
  • Investing: I do not like investing spam!

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Now that we've stowed all the holiday bags,the boxes, the toys,the gift-giving tags,your Practical Investorgot a Grinchy-Grinch thoughtthat has something to do withthe stocks that she's bought.You see, in the processof...
  • Maryland teen gets worldwide stage after winning Intel award

    Maryland teen gets worldwide stage after winning Intel award
    The whiteboard that keeps track of Jack Andraka's schedule would be an exhausting blur for anyone, let alone a 16-year-old high school student: Last-minute requests are squeezed into already full days, scientific conferences bump up against speaking...
  • Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]

    Maryland's whiz kid [Letter]
    What a wonderful article about Crownsville whiz kid Jack Andraka ("Maryland teen gets worldwide stage after winning Intel award," Jan. 4). As a resident of Anne Arundel county, I am especially proud. His appearances on TV have been excellent. Let's hope...
  • Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans

    Advertisers stick with 'Duck Dynasty.' Sony has cloudy plans
    After the coffee. Before running for sheriff of Los Angeles County. The Skinny: I successfully renewed my driver's license, which required taking the written test again. I only got two wrong and one was about rules for smoking in a car and I quit...
  • Cable's Secret Downgrade Fees: Big Operators Charge Subscribers to Switch to Cheaper TV Packages

    Cable TV customers looking to reduce their monthly bills by switching to a less-expensive programming package may be in for a rude surprise: Some operators will charge a one-time fee of up to $6 for the privilege. Among the biggest providers, Comcast and...
  • Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service

    Sony to launch its own cloud-based TV service
    Sony Corp. is getting into a new facet of the TV business: launching an Internet service that will bring live television programs and on-demand content into the home. Andrew House, chief executive of the Sony Computer Entertainment Group, unveiled plans...