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  • Forbes values Orioles at $1 billion, gives fans high marks

    Forbes values Orioles at $1 billion, gives fans high marks
    Forbes Magazine's annual franchise rankings this year rate the Orioles as having the 10th-best fans in baseball, while the franchise value climbed over $1 billion for the first time. According to its franchise valuation rankings, the Orioles are the...
  • People on the Move: Carnival appoints Julia Brown to chief procurement officer

    People on the Move: Carnival appoints Julia Brown to chief procurement officer
    Cruise lines Julia M. Brown was appointed to the new position of chief procurement officer for Carnival Corp. She was most recently chief procurement officer on the global management team at Mondelez International, which split from Kraft Foods in 2012....
  • 'Empire' out in a flourish for Fox

    Now that Fox has established "Empire" as the biggest new hit of the television season, it has to work on the rest of its lineup. The music business family drama logged 17.6 million viewers for its first season finale last week, easily the most popular...
  • Comcast gets social to shake bad customer-service reputation

    Comcast gets social to shake bad customer-service reputation
    Comcast is adding more social media representatives as it tries to work on its reputation for inefficient, unresponsive or just plain rude customer service. It is tripling the size of its social media team to 60, and could add more. That's just a tiny...
  • Gay, disabled journalist's 'personal view' new in Serbia

    Nenad Mihailovic flouts Serbian taboo. He's openly gay in a notoriously macho culture. He uses a wheelchair in a society that shows little sympathy for the disabled. And he's a voice of liberal thinking in a nation where strong leaders have a tendency...
  • Fugitive's dad tells why he thinks son fled in Facebook case

    A fugitive facing charges he falsely claimed he's owed a majority ownership in Facebook fled after complaining he was being treated unfairly in courts, his father said Tuesday. Carmine Ceglia told a Manhattan federal court judge that Paul Ceglia was...
  • Broadband providers sue FCC to stop net neutrality regulations

    Broadband providers sue FCC to stop net neutrality regulations
    Broadband providers sued the Federal Communications Commission to try to stop tough new net neutrality regulations, the first step in an expected lengthy court fight over the online traffic rules. US Telecom, a trade group whose membership includes AT&T...
  • NFL suspending TV blackouts for 2015 season

    The NFL is saying bye-bye to blackouts. At least for 2015. No NFL games will be blocked from local television next season, the league said Monday at the owners' meetings. The teams voted for a one-year suspension of the long-standing blackout policy...
  • Cities turn to social media to police restaurants

    WASHINGTON Many diners regularly click onto the Yelp website to read reviews posted by other patrons before visiting a restaurant. Now prospective customers also can use Yelp to check health inspection scores for eateries in San Francisco, Louisville...
  • Library extends reach with tech classes

    Library extends reach with tech classes
    In just over a year, Gail Borden Public Library has gone from offering 11 technology classes for 161 students in February to 26 classes serving 270 people last month. The demand is so strong – and the Elgin library's response so complete -- that...
  • Justin Bieber bumped Showtime exec from a Floyd Mayweather photo op

    Justin Bieber bumped Showtime exec from a Floyd Mayweather photo op
    Finally, after all these years, Showtime Executive Vice President Stephen Espinoza was on stage with the two fighters he’d spent more than half a decade of his life trying to get in the ring together. Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. After...