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  • Shares soar on first day of trading for L.A. ad platform Rubicon

    Shares soar on first day of trading for L.A. ad platform Rubicon
    Perhaps the best ad for Los Angeles online advertising platform the Rubicon Project is that its shares shot up 37% on its first day of trading. Rubicon on Wednesday began offering shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol RUBI, opening at a...
  • Hundreds compete in first Brigance foundation race for ALS

    Hundreds compete in first Brigance foundation race for ALS
    Sherry Stick is a familiar face on the local running circuit, but the 35-year-old Eldersburg resident — the defending champion of the Preakness 5K — had a special reason to take part in a race in Southeast Baltimore on Saturday morning....
  • Report: Mom used teen runaways, gang members in prostitution ring

    Report: Mom used teen runaways, gang members in prostitution ring
    Devin Rachelle Miller suckered men seeking sex for months in Volusia County with online ads offering young girls at her Deltona home, according to the Sheriff's Office. "We aim 2 Tease, Please & Satisfy," read one posted on Dec. 10. "When your [sic]...
  • FremantleMedia Puts Focus on Growing Drama Production

    RTL group's global production and distribution arm FremantleMedia is best known for its reality competition shows, such as "The X Factor," pictured above, and "Got Talent" franchises, but there's much more to it than that. Last year, FremantleMedia...
  • Easton Express-Times to lay off nearly half of its staff

    The Easton Express-Times will lay off 68 of its 155 employees later this year, its publishing company announced Thursday on the newspaper's website. Lehigh Valley Media Group, which publishes The Express-Times and its lehighvalleylive.com online...
  • Nintendo's "Disney Magical World" game for 3DS to be released next week

    Nintendo's "Disney Magical World" game for 3DS to be released next week
    The Friday before April 15 rolls around offers something a lot less taxing. In fact, the North American release of Nintendo’s “Disney Magical World” on April 11 might be a fun pre-tax-refund purchase for many gaming fans – or maybe...
  • Claire's struggles to win teens' hearts, dollars

    Claire's struggles to win teens' hearts, dollars
    If you think teens have it tough, just be grateful you're not a teen retailer. Claire's, once the place for young girls to get their ears pierced and buy pink scrunchies, is among several teen and tween retailers being squeezed by a whammy of economic...
  • Writers Guild: New Deal Addresses TV Writer Problems

    Leaders of the Writers Guild of America are touting their new contract as addressing key problems for TV writers -- who are now seeing far shorter seasons. "Importantly, we have now placed limits on the options and exclusivity requirements often...
  • 04/03: Progressions

    Robin Bunch and Gregory Stock were both promoted to associate at VOA Associates Inc., Orlando. Chauniqua Major was promoted to senior account executive at Rockaway PR, Orlando. Submit professional appointments, management-level promotions, and...
  • High-Stakes Fight Heats Up Over Bill To Allow Aid-In-Dying

     High-Stakes Fight Heats Up Over Bill To Allow Aid-In-Dying
    HARTFORD – Advocates of a bill that would allow terminally ill patients to request a physician's help to end their lives are spending tens of thousands of dollars on a carefully crafted campaign to build support. Opponents of the idea —...
  • Major parties take shots in California 'swing' congressional districts

    Major parties take shots in California 'swing' congressional districts
    It will be months before the campaign arms of the major parties will decide which races to spend heavily on in their efforts to pick up House seats this fall. But both the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and its GOP counterpart, the National...