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  • Craigslist rape trial begins

    Craigslist rape trial begins
    Jurors watched a 12-minute video Tuesday of a Woodstock man engaged in sex acts with a woman who prosecutors say was one of eight he sexually assaulted — but what happened off-camera may be central to whether the jury finds him guilty. Charles...
  • Awards campaign for James Franco is suitably Alien

    Awards campaign for James Franco is suitably Alien
    The line between the real and the surreal is a thin one for James Franco. The actor's persona has become such a carefully cultivated hall of post-postmodern mirrors that it can often be hard to tell what's true and what's a put-on. So naturally, when...
  • Tim Ryan, commissioner, Broward County

    Tim Ryan, commissioner, Broward County
    Last week: We mourn the loss of Clay Shaw, who died this week at age 74. My family had the privilege of knowing Congressman Shaw for many years and long admired his dignified and steadfast commitment to public service. He was among the last of the great...
  • Boca Raton agency to lead Whole Foods Market's regional online marketing

    Boca Raton agency to lead Whole Foods Market's regional online marketing
    Whole Foods Market has tapped a Boca Raton advertising and digital agency to lead online marketing efforts for its 20 Florida region stores. Battle Medialab will be responsible for strategizing, creating, implementing and managing online marketing for...
  • Toys R Us expands price-match policy to include online retailers

    Toys R Us expands price-match policy to include online retailers
    Toys R Us will now match online pricing from major competitors Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Sears ,the company announced Wednesday. Customers making in-store purchases can save by using the price-matching policy for online competitors Walmart.com,...
  • Mom takes daughter, 15, to New York to sell sex to Super Bowl crowd, cops say

    Mom takes daughter, 15, to New York to sell sex to Super Bowl crowd, cops say
    A Hollywood mom has been arrested on charges of taking her 15-year-old daughter to New York to pimp her out to Super Bowl fans, New York police say. "We came up here to work and make money with a pimp," the mother told detectives, according to court...
  • As society changes, more Republicans come out in support of gay marriage

    As society changes, more Republicans come out in support of gay marriage
    Ginger Eisenrod is Republican through and through and has been for decades. She runs a residential and commercial real estate business in Boca Raton with her husband, just finished a term as president of a political club in Coral Springs, and describes...
  • 2014 Nelson Algren Award Official Rules

    2014 Nelson Algren Literary Awards OFFICIAL RULES   - NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The 2014 Nelson Algren Literary Awards (the “Contest”) is sponsored by Chicago Tribune Company LLC (“Chicago Tribune”). Contest is...
  • Michael Bloomberg's $100 million question

     Michael Bloomberg's $100 million question
    Bloomberg LP finds itself in a struggle to define the proper role of the news division in the financial colossus, which makes most of its money by renting terminals to portfolio managers, traders and analysts that give them access to real-time market...
  • Social networks showing users more targeted ads

    Social networks showing users more targeted ads
    SAN FRANCISCO — Social networks have found a promising new source of advertising revenue: targeting users with ads for products they browsed online. The latest form of advertising, called "retargeting," is expected to not only get more pervasive...
  • CBS CEO predicts extended ad payment windows for delayed TV viewing

    CBS CEO predicts extended ad payment windows for delayed TV viewing
    As television viewers increasingly watch shows days and weeks after they originally air, broadcasters are trying to get paid for more of those views. On Tuesday, CBS Corp. Chief Executive Leslie Moonves said advertisers are increasingly willing to pay...