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  • Heat at juncture of long view, immediate concerns

    Heat at juncture of long view, immediate concerns
      For the Miami Heat, the future can wait, at least when it comes to the focus of Heat President Pat Riley and coach Erik Spoelstra.   And yet the future also is now, with the Heat to open a week of play at the Orlando Pro Summer League on Saturday...
  • World Cup: Univision Puts Live-Streaming Behind Pay-TV Wall for Final Rounds

    Univision Communications let anyone in the U.S. watch its broadcasts of the opening rounds of the 2014 FIFA World Cup live online and via mobile devices -- and scored record digital usage. The media company said Tuesday's USA-Belgium match delivered a...
  • Myths and spin abound on Supreme Court contraceptive decision

    Half-truths and spin from both political parties have quickly come to dominate the debate over the Supreme Court decision on religious exemptions to the rule on insurance plans covering contraceptives. Both sides want to use the decision to motivate key...
  • Media and law groups to hold privacy forum at Penn State Lehigh Valley July 16

    A right-to-privacy forum organized by Pennsylvania media and law groups will be held July 16 at Penn State Lehigh Valley. It is free and open to the public. The forum, set up by the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Bar/Press Committee, will explore how...
  • Reaching out, one interview at a time

    Reaching out, one interview at a time
    The couple on the bench in front of the basketball courts looked approachable enough — more ready for a conversation than the shirtless men who hustled behind them under the net. The woman busied herself with a Mitch Albom book, while her partner...
  • New flood of immigrants unsettles some U.S. towns

    New flood of immigrants unsettles some U.S. towns
    A day earlier, angry protesters had blocked buses carrying immigrant detainees from reaching a Border Patrol processing facility here. On Wednesday, while the rancor in Murrieta had eased, some remained adamant that they would fight any attempts to...
  • Soccer in America: Plenty of growth, plenty more to go

    SEATTLE Former major league baseball infielder Jack Wilson says he'd likely have chosen a different career 20 years ago if soccer in this country was like it is today. "It was probably the hardest decision I ever made, to be honest," said Wilson, a high-...
  • Facebook experiment illustrates need for online users' bill of rights

    The following editorial appeared in the San Jose Mercury News on Wednesday, July 2: Creepy doesn't begin to describe Facebook's 2012 psychological experiment on 700,000 of its unwitting users. Any attempt to manipulate the emotional state of...
  • Ann Marie van den Hurk: Summer reading on social-media marketing

    Summer holidays are a good time to catch up on your reading. While you may be picking out the newest paperback thriller or loading your Kindle with the classics, you may want to add a business title to your summer reading, also. The choices are vast...
  • The World Cup has always been a reality check for U.S.

    Our country is notorious. We are pretty hard to ignore. We have the world's largest gross domestic product. Our companies find their ways into every corner of the globe. The business world has adopted our language. We are the largest developed country,...
  • Venezia: Watt wakes up Newport to land-use amendment

    At 87, longtime Newport resident, 2013 citizen of the year, councilwoman, community activist and Save Our Newport (SPON) co-founder Jean Watt is fired up. Watt has championed many causes, the Greenlight development movement and John Wayne Airport...