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  • NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected

     NBC's Brian Williams stays true to news, with a new contract expected
    Riding an Amtrak train from Washington, D.C., to New York last week, Brian Williams gets the greetings and nods of recognition from passengers expected for someone who has spent 10 years in the anchor chair at "NBC Nightly News." Yet half of those...
  • What Your Apps Know About You (Really?)

    What Your Apps Know About You (Really?)
    The season of giving never ends for smartphone users. We're giving out names, addresses, contacts, sensitive photos, our shopping habits and even our location to apps we've downloaded and websites we've visited. Gary Miliefsky, founder of Snoopwall, a...
  • Amid silent press, Turkish journalists use social media to condemn editors' arrests

    ISTANBUL When police detained the editor in chief of Turkey's biggest newspaper Sunday along with two dozen others on bizarre charges of taking part in a terrorist organization, much of the Turkish media was silent, and many pro-government news outlets,...
  • Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes

    Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes
    Expecting a company to actually speak with its customers is so 20th century. Call me old school when it comes to customer service. I believe that when you treat people fairly and respectfully, they'll keep bringing you their business. That means...
  • Sony calls on media to stop publishing hacked documents

    Sony calls on media to stop publishing hacked documents
    Stunned by a massive leak of sensitive documents, Sony Pictures Enterprises embarked Sunday on an attempt to contain the crisis by discouraging further media coverage of the leaked emails, which have embarrassed Hollywood stars and the studio's top...
  • Disruption's winners and losers in 2015

    Disruption's winners and losers in 2015
    Think major industries have been disrupted a lot already? Just wait. A new report makes the case that 2015 promises to be the year that long-developing trends and already existing technologies finally upend conventional ways of doing business, posing...
  • Pep rallies set on eve of Boca Bowl

    The two teams are chosen and Florida Atlantic University's stadium was nearly sold out last week, but for college football fans who still want in on the action for ESPN's first Boca Raton Bowl, there's a pep rally and after party in Boca the night...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt

    'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt
    Irate staffers at Atlantis Cable News openly rebel against their Internet-obsessed owner — and a veteran journalist dramatically dies on the job — in “Oh Shenandoah,” the penultimate Episode 24 of HBO’s “The Newsroom.&...
  • It's official: WLS-Ch. 7 to air 25 Cubs games

    It's official: WLS-Ch. 7 to air 25 Cubs games
    In a move that shakes up the local sports TV landscape, the Chicago Cubs and WLS-Ch.7 confirmed Friday they have struck a deal to broadcast a portion of the team's schedule through 2019. ABC 7 will carry 25 games per regular season in prime time,...
  • A drive to spread warmth this winter

    A drive to spread warmth this winter
    As forecasters anticipate a frigid winter, a local hotel and retailer are joining forces to help provide Baltimore's most vulnerable with blankets of warmth this season. From now until New Year's Eve, the Hyatt Recency Baltimore, along with Target and...
  • Digital marquee on historic theater a sign of the times, officials say

    Digital marquee on historic theater a sign of the times, officials say
    Coming soon to the Rialto Square Theatre in downtown Joliet: a new marquee. Despite a public outcry on social media and elsewhere, the outside of storied theater will have a new look this spring. Plans for the new marquee, which will allow for digital...