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  • Small businesses struggle to manage online image

    Restaurants, mom-and-pop shops and other small businesses often face an abundance of frustrating complications during start-up — construction delays and supply shortages being among the top obstacles. Now, managing online presence is joining the...
  • Government requests for Twitter user data continue to climb

    Government requests for Twitter user data continue to climb
    U.S. law enforcement requests for Twitter users' personal information continued to rise in the first half of 2013, the San Francisco-based company reported this week. Twitter received 902 requests for users' information from U.S. government entities...
  • Burbank residents appeal Glenoaks post office closure

    Burbank residents appeal Glenoaks post office closure
    A group of Burbank residents is protesting the planned closure of the Glenoaks post office, which postal officials said would save the cash-strapped agency $740,270 over the next decade. However, one postal official said this week that the decision to...
  • More people turning to online 'personal' shopping services

    More people turning to online 'personal' shopping services
    Karin Lundquist got hooked when she received her Kensie white skinny jeans in the mail. For Whitney Kippes it was the orange-and-gray color-blocked cardigan. And Marian Gunther fell in love with a pair of zip-ankle pants from Nicole Miller Artelier. The...
  • LAUSD has deal for ad-free Bing searches

    LAUSD has deal for ad-free Bing searches
    Students and staff at L.A. Unified School District can now use the Microsoft Bing search engine without having to see ads or adult-content links in their search results. The partnership between Microsoft's Bing search unit and several major school...
  • Steve Ballmer's possible replacements: geeks, execs, sales gurus

    To replace Chief Executive Steve Ballmer, a Microsoft search committee plans to sort through a thicket of internal and external candidates. Options include technology visionaries with engineering backgrounds, longtime executives at Microsoft and folks...
  • Keeping the Net neutral

    The battle over federal "net neutrality" rules resumes Monday when a federal appeals court takes up the challenge filed by one of the country's largest Internet service providers: Verizon. The phone company, which argues that the Federal Communication...
  • As online privacy concerns rise, Americans seek to avoid surveillance

    As online privacy concerns rise, Americans seek to avoid surveillance
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Do Americans care about their online privacy? More and more. As they share more personal information on social networks and other online services, they are hankering for better control over who has access to that stockpile of intimate...
  • Make room for Airbnb

    Make room for Airbnb
    Airbnb, an online service that helps people rent rooms to travelers from around the world, has allowed hundreds of Angelenos to turn their dwellings into a potentially lucrative source of income. But the influx of short-term guests has also led some...
  • CBS and Time Warner win; viewers lose in cable dispute

    CBS and Time Warner win; viewers lose in cable dispute
    So here's the final score: Time Warner Cable got some but not all of what it wanted. CBS got pretty much everything that it wanted. And after a month of being denied access to CBS, Showtime and other popular channels, Time Warner subscribers got the...
  • Rivals want to review new Google concessions in EU antitrust probe

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Looking to settle a nearly three-year-long probe into allegations it abuses its dominance in Europe to favor its own services, Google has offered new concessions to the European Commission. "I can confirm that the commission has...