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  • Palm Beach County saw 5.47 million visitors in 2012, report shows

    Palm Beach County tourism officials said they expect the county this year to meet or beat its all-time peak of about 6 million visitors reached in 2005, a prediction buoyed by growth in hotel occupancy and upswings in room rates. "I think we're on track...
  • Now an outsider, Ed Hale wants to clear the air

    Now an outsider, Ed Hale wants to clear the air
    Ed Hale wants to buy the Baltimore Arena, but the city said the aging facility is not for sale. Two years after his departure from First Mariner Bancorp, the bank he launched and turned into the city's largest, Hale finds himself on the outside...
  • 2014 Mazda3 has the goods, but will consumers know it?

    2014 Mazda3 has the goods, but will consumers know it?
    The problem for Mazda as it readies the launch of its latest generation Mazda3 is the message, not the car. A drive through the twisty roads of the Angeles National Forest earlier this week proved that the Hiroshima, Japan, automaker has produced yet...
  • California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws

    California new car dealers claim Tesla violates advertising laws
    The trade group for California’s new car dealers wants the state Department of Motor Vehicles to investigate Tesla Motors’ advertising practices, alleging that the upstart automaker is violating various state and federal laws in marketing...
  • Emanuel: Changes clear way for Wrigley Field approval

    Emanuel: Changes clear way for Wrigley Field approval
    After months of public posturing and private arm-twisting, Chicago aldermen are poised to sign off today on a Cubs plan to remake Wrigley Field and the surrounding neighborhood following last-minute tweaks to the $500 million project that brought on board...
  • Arc of the Virginia Peninsula has a new name

    Arc of the Virginia Peninsula has a new name
    The Arc of the Virginia Peninsula has changed its name to VersAbility Resources. The organization supports more than 1,100 people with developmental and other disabilities and their families each year, offering programs for employment, community living,...
  • Lakers' pitch to Dwight Howard open to second-guessing

    Lakers' pitch to Dwight Howard open to second-guessing
    The Lakers had hoped to make it much ado about something, putting up billboards, sending out tweets and assembling a large contingent of players, coaches and team executives to persuade Dwight Howard to stay with the storied NBA franchise. The league'...
  • NBC completes upfront ad sales with $2.1-billion haul

    NBC completes upfront ad sales with $2.1-billion haul
    NBC's financial fortunes are perking up, with advertisers agreeing to pay rate increases of 7% to 8% over last year's prices during the annual summer sales bazaar. In the last few days, NBC executives finished selling their advertising time for the...
  • Twitter IPO hurdle: The service is well known but not widely used

    SAN FRANCISCO — By all rights, Twitter should be wildly popular with mainstream America. World leaders, the pope, even Justin Bieber post updates there. It tells us what's culturally relevant at any given moment, be it Beyonce's performance at...
  • The three things to watch for in Twitter's IPO filing this week

    SAN FRANCISCO -- As soon as this week Twitter will make public its secret filing to sell stock to the public. It's called an S-1 filing, and it's the form companies have to file before their shares can be listed on a stock exchange. Twitter filed...
  • 11 digital billboards going up along expressways

    11 digital billboards going up along expressways
    Chicago motorists and some residents looking out their front windows soon can expect to see the towering digital billboards favored by Mayor Rahm Emanuel going up on city-owned property near area expressways. The Illinois Department of Transportation...