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  • Relay Foods introduces online grocery shopping service to Williamsburg

    Relay Foods introduces online grocery shopping service to Williamsburg
    Relay Foods, an online grocery store, launched its services in Williamsburg last month, says founder Zach Buckner. Varying slightly from an online produce company like Backyard Produce or a meat truck service like Zaycon Foods, Relay Foods offers a...
  • Yahoo says its redesigned Web search engine is easier to use, faster

    Yahoo says its redesigned Web search engine is easier to use, faster
    Working to instill a more uniform design throughout its Web services, Yahoo on Wednesday unveiled a new look for its Web search engine that resembles the homepage redesign the company introduced earlier this year. The company said the renovated Yahoo...
  • Online grocery store opens to shoppers in Williamsburg

    Relay Foods, an online grocery store, launched its services in Williamsburg last month, says founder Zach Buckner. Varying slightly from an online produce company like Backyard Produce or a meat truck service like Zaycon Foods, Relay Foods offers a...
  • Biz Stone answers our questions about new Q&A app Jelly

    Biz Stone answers our questions about new Q&A app Jelly
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter co-founder Biz Stone has launched his next act: a mobile app called Jelly. Like his fellow Twitter founders, Stone isn't the least bit interested in taking early retirement. Jack Dorsey is running mobile payments start-up...
  • Time Warner Cable incoming CEO stresses better customer service

    Time Warner Cable incoming CEO stresses better customer service
    Time Warner Cable's incoming chief executive wants to improve the pay-TV distributor's relationship with its subscribers. Speaking Monday at the UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York, Rob Marcus, who succeeds Glenn Britt as chief...
  • Timonium startup offers children's couture — for rent

    Timonium startup offers children's couture — for rent
    Heidi Lieske's business idea came while shelling out more than $300 for a wedding-suitable outfit — for her 1-year-old son. "There has got to be a better way to do this," she thought. Her Timonium company aims to be that option for like-minded...
  • Proposed bills seek to rewrite media rulebook

    Proposed bills seek to rewrite media rulebook
    Looking to bring an end to channels going dark as a result of contract disputes between broadcasters and pay-TV distributors, two lawmakers are proposing legislation that could radically alter the media landscape. Reps. Anna Eshoo and Zoe Lofgren,...
  • Got a long, complex Internet search? Google says it can handle it

    Got a long, complex Internet search? Google says it can handle it
    SAN FRANCISCO -- For those of you who routinely type long, complex questions into the Google search box, rather than just a few random keywords, this search engine update is for you. Google revealed Thursday that it has quietly changed the formula...
  • To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack

    To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack
    A 15th birthday, or quinceañera, is a very special occasion for young Latinas. It's also apparently very important for Google. The search giant has been pulling out all the stops this week to make its 15th anniversary a memorable one. It's latest...
  • Postal uniform company thrives in shrinking market

    Postal uniform company thrives in shrinking market
    The U.S. Postal Service has been going through turbulent times in recent years, but postal uniform maker AME’s Uniforms in Fort Lauderdale had its best year ever in 2013. “Our business is picking up steam even in a shrinking industry,”...
  • AT&T's Sponsored Data program probably won't reduce your bill

    AT&T's Sponsored Data program probably won't reduce your bill
    AT&T has come up with a new way to make money off Netflix, Google and other companies that stream content onto mobile devices: Have them pay for subscribers' wireless access. Think of it as a toll-free 800 number for streaming audio and video. The...