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  • CEO Tim Cook: With $1 billion in sales, Apple TV is not just a 'hobby'

    CEO Tim Cook: With $1 billion in sales, Apple TV is not just a 'hobby'
    The little hockey-puck-sized Apple TV has turned into a big business.  During the company's annual shareholders meeting on Friday, Chief Executive Tim Cook said Apple TV had generated $1 billion for the company in its last fiscal year.  That figure...
  • Five questions for North Oaks Executive Director Mark Pressman

    Five questions for North Oaks Executive Director Mark Pressman
    When Mark Pressman was a student trying to settle on a career, a Temple graduate counseled him to stay away from elder care. The advice didn't stick. Today, Pressman, 64, is the executive director of North Oaks, a continuing care retirement community in...
  • Liberty CEO Maffei: Despite Comcast's TW Cable Bid, Charter Is Eyeing Deal Options

    Comcast's $45 billion agreement to acquire Time Warner Cable may or may not succeed, according to Liberty Media president and CEO Greg Maffei -- but either way, Liberty-backed Charter Communications is poised to pounce on opportunities to pick up cable...
  • Work toward finding the job you love

    Brazen Careerist If you're stuck in a job or a field you don't particularly like, you've probably found yourself asking some tough questions: How did I wind up here? Will I be here forever? As a young professional, you might feel compelled to decide...
  • Obama should practice what he preaches at prayer breakfast

    President Obama gave a lovely speech at the recent National Prayer Breakfast — and one is reluctant to criticize. But pry my jaw from the floorboards. Without a hint of irony, the president lamented eroding protections of religious liberty...
  • Mary D. Eddinger, educator

    Mary D. Eddinger, educator
    Mary D. Eddinger, a retired educator who had been a learning specialist and resource teacher at Roland Park Country School for nearly three decades, died Tuesday of dementia at Union Memorial Hospital. She was 76. "Mary was the most loving and kind...
  • Herman L. Wockenfuss

    Herman L. Wockenfuss
    Herman L. "Dinky" Wockenfuss, a Northeast Baltimore candy maker whose family's much-sought-after confections have been tempting candy lovers and expanding waistlines for nearly a century, died Monday of heart failure at his Kingsville home. He was 92....
  • Fire Museum of Greater Chicago settles into new home

    Fire Museum of Greater Chicago settles into new home
    The Fire Museum of Greater Chicago isn't a grandiose thing, looming over a park like the Field Museum or over Michigan Avenue like the Art Institute. It sits in a long-retired, single-bay Chicago firehouse in the 5200 block of South Western Avenue, just...
  • Interested in sustainable agriculture? Delray's 'Farmer Jay' gives you the scoop

    Interested in sustainable agriculture? Delray's 'Farmer Jay' gives you the scoop
    Jason McCobb is a 21st-century farmer. With an iPhone in one hand and a pitchfork in the other, the founder of Farmer Jay Pure Organics in Delray Beach uses Facebook and Twitter to spread the word on sustainable farming practices in South Florida....
  • The man who toyed with his affections

    The man who toyed with his affections
    When I met my husband, Brandon, online, we covered most of the essentials over email. I knew he lived in Murrieta, 53 miles from my Seal Beach home. I knew he was a widower. I also knew he had a freezer stocked with microwaveable pocket sandwiches...
  • Union League drafts exceptional artist in Theaster Gates

    Union League drafts exceptional artist in Theaster Gates
    The formal arrival of Theaster Gates took place on the final day of January in the large and art-filled main dining room on the second floor of the Union League Club, where he was honored as a Distinguished Artist. The club crowd was the largest in...