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  • Production Designer Andrew Jackness Brings 'Masters of Sex' to Life

    It's not often that drawing a sex toy will land you an Emmy nomination. As the production designer for the pilot of Showtime's "Masters of Sex," about the lives and loves of sex researchers Virginia Johnson and William Masters, Andrew Jackness and his...
  • WME/IMG Names Corporate Vet CFO as Agency Faces Post-Merger Scrutiny

    WME/IMG has filled the key void in its management ranks with the appointment of Microsoft and General Motors alum Chris Liddell as chief financial officer. Liddell (pictured) was recruited during the past month after Peter Klein, a former CFO of...
  • Free seminar set for Thursday in Pembroke Pines

    Exports Broward County's popular export seminar, "11 Steps to Exporting – A Roadmap to Your Exporting Success!" will be offered Thursday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Keiser University campus in Pembroke Pines at 1640 SW 145th Ave. The session...
  • Falling used-car prices will drive up new-car incentives

    Falling used-car prices will drive up new-car incentives
    DETROIT (Reuters) - The U.S. auto industry will have to offer more discounts to maintain demand as prices for used cars decline. With auto sales recovering from their recession-era slump, the industry's supply of used cars has started to rise again,...
  • Auto sales not influenced by social media: survey

    Auto sales not influenced by social media: survey
    Likes, retweets and plusses don’t mean much for auto sales. A new report by Auto Trader found that only one percent of car buyers used social media sites to shop for a vehicle.   Millennials, who are categorized as the 18 to 34 year-old...
  • Winnetka's Skokie pump station upgrade complete

    Winnetka's Skokie pump station upgrade complete
    The completion of the $1 million Skokie Pump Station reconstruction in Winnetka this month is expected to help stem flooding problems in the village, officials said. Located where a ditch on Cook County Forest Preserve property enters the Skokie River,...
  • Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says

    Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says
    The Department of Justice appointed David Kelley, a former U.S. attorney, to serve as the independent safety monitor at U.S. operations of Toyota Motor Corp. Kelley’s position is part of the automaker’s agreement reached with federal...
  • Virginia Air & Space Center names new board of directors

    Virginia Air & Space Center names new board of directors
    The Virginia Air & Space Center elected new officers and announced new board members. The 2014-2015 officers are: President: James A. Firth, director of strategic planning and integration for Boeing's Newport News field office Executive Vice...
  • Lack of land slows work on California bullet train project

    The Hollywood Inn, a shuttered nightclub in a run-down section of Fresno, has been demolished. A few miles away, an 80-foot-deep shaft to test soil conditions has been sunk into the banks of the Fresno River. Officials say such activities, along with...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    ROBERT S. BOWEN JR. has been selected president of First Savings Insurance Inc. in Perkasie, a wholly owned subsidiary of First Savings Bank. Bowen has more than 29 years of experience in the insurance industry and brings a variety of leadership...
  • Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week

    Ferrari 250 GTO could break auction record at Monterey Car Week
    The pale gray machine, its chassis stamped 3851GT, rolled off an assembly line in Maranello, Italy, on Sept. 11, 1962. Its first four owners abused it, thrashing through the skinny, pock-marked road courses of Europe. One of its first race drivers was...