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  • New Gas Mileage Rules Delayed

     
    Remember the federal government???s corporate average fuel economy rules? They were supposed to raise industry-wide gas mileage to 54.5 mpg by CAFE standards, or the high 30s in combined EPA gas mileage on window stickers, by the 2025 model year.......
  • Starbucks' new instant coffee: any good?

     
    When I was in Evanston, Il. recently I saw a taste test of Via, the new Starbucks instant coffee, going on at all the Starbucks outlets. (It was test-marketed in Chicago, Seattle and London first.) I was mildly curious, but not enough......
  • Cupholders Take on Starbucks' Trenta Size

     
    In 2011, after finding some two-thirds of iced-beverage customers already pony up the stomach capacity for a Venti, Starbucks introduced its Trenta size ??? a 31-ounce tribute to America's appetite for 1,000-watt stereos, quadruple burgers and Cowboys...
  • Navigation Systems: Where Exactly Are We Going?

     
    One in every five car purchases ends up being a GM product. With that sort of gravitas, the automaker has developed a wealth of information regarding its drivers??? habits. The automaker recently opened its vault of information just a little......
  • 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon: First Drive

     
    Photos by Drew Phillips for Cars.com There???s no logical reason for the Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon to exist. It???s a 556-horsepower, supercharged eight-cylinder rear-wheel-drive station wagon with a six-speed manual transmission (optional) for $64,000....
  • Visualize the new 31 Oz. Starbucks Trenta

     
    good lord! .......
  • Mercedes-Benz mbrace Plus: Worth the cost?

     
    Kevin Link, marketing head at Hughes Telematics, punched a button in the overhead console of a Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon. He was in the driver???s seat; I sat shotgun. It was around 11 a.m. on the second media day at the......
  • The Stoop on food

     
    Do you know about the Stoop, the unusual storytelling series held at Centerstage? Seven people have seven minutes each to tell their stories around a certain theme.Next Monday, Nov. 2, the theme is 'Kitchen Confidential: Stories about cooking, eating,...
  • Jones Falls floods the usual spots

     
    Heavy rainfall - more than 2.5 inches so far at The Sun's weather station - has put the Jones Falls ove rits banks in the usual locations in the Meadow Mill area at Union Avenue, and near the Smith Avenue......
  • Paying your bill with a smartphone?

     
    Gus G. Sentementes has a story in today's paper about the introduction of new bill-payment methods in restaurants. With Near Field Technology (NFC), "mobile phones would come equipped with a new chip, which would allow consumers to simply wave their......
  • Almost seduced by the dark side

     
    I'm worried about Robert of Cross Keys. I'm afraid that associating with all the degenerate characters on this blog, including its writer, may be getting to him. Here's Robert and today's excellent Free Market Friday. EL Right now I’m sitting......