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  • Intuit changed TurboTax this year, triggering an enormous customer uproar

    Intuit changed TurboTax this year, triggering an enormous customer uproar
    Intuit's TurboTax software program long has been the king of do-it-yourself tax preparation, with nearly 30-million customers and a market share of 60-65%.  But you probably won't lose money betting that these figures will come down next year. That's...
  • Oscars telecast may get lower ratings

    Oscars telecast may get lower ratings
    The Academy Awards will shine the spotlight on a crop of best picture nominees that isn't short on smaller movies with offbeat, personal stories. From a film about a fading movie star struggling to gain artistic credibility ("Birdman") to a picture...
  • 'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Picture this in 'Pittura Infamante'

    'Sleepy Hollow' recap: Picture this in 'Pittura Infamante'
    It comes as no surprise to the loyalists of Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow” to hear that the sci-fi supernatural buddy cop drama is going through a bit of a sophomore slump. Ratings are down, Twitter feeds are grumpy. The network addressed the...
  • Magzter Gold offers unlimited digital copies of 2,000 magazines

    Magzter Gold offers unlimited digital copies of 2,000 magazines
    The all-you-can-consume model of content distribution on the Internet made popular by Netflix and Spotify is set to infiltrate the magazine industry. For $9.99 a month, readers can now access unlimited digital copies of ESPN the Magazine, Maxim, New...
  • Fitness experts on what's hot and what's not for 2015

    Fitness experts on what's hot and what's not for 2015
    Get ready to connect with your exercise equipment digitally at home or in the gym while lifting weights and competing with your peers in 2015. It's time to ditch your Zumba shoes and slap on some wearable technology before you hit the studio. Here's what'...
  • Republicans' net neutrality bill hints at a middle ground

    The debate over the net neutrality rules proposed last year by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has made at least two things clear. First, there is broad support for rules that have the same goals as the ones the commission adopted...
  • QB Brad Kaaya embraces new role as recruiting ace for Hurricanes

    QB Brad Kaaya embraces new role as recruiting ace for Hurricanes
    He's been on campus less than a year, but Brad Kaaya's resume grows daily. Starting quarterback. Freshman record breaker. ACC Rookie of the Year and now, recruiting ace. As Miami's coaching staff begins the final push to secure what it hopes is...
  • 'Empire' creator: Time to blow the lid off homophobia in black community

    The creator of Fox's prime-time soap "Empire" said he wants to "blow the lid off homophobia" in the African-American community with a depiction of the show's lead character's hostile relationship with his gay son. Lee Daniels, who was also behind the...
  • Laff comedy network to launch on WLS-Ch.7 digital subchannel

    Laff comedy network to launch on WLS-Ch.7 digital subchannel
    Finding a new digital network for WLS-Ch.7, it turns out, called for a little funny business. Laff, a 24/7 comedy network, is set to launch on ABC 7's digital subchannel in April, adding another major player to the multicast universe. Created by Katz...
  • Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives

    Covert phone monitoring service allows parents to watch kids' digital lives
    Deana Rodriguez’s sons were 7 and 10 when she bought them their first smartphones in 2013, and the Long Beach mom didn’t quite trust the pair to navigate the technology on their own. It was a lot of power and information to place in the...
  • In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression

    In an emerging downtown, 'DTLA' makes strong initial impression
    Alan Valentin slips off his bulky headphones. He's checking out a new art gallery/fashion boutique/event venue — a cavernous space where bass-heavy music reverberates off pristine white walls — that recently opened on Broadway in downtown L.A....