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  • Samsung: No, we're not interested in buying RIM

     
    Just one day after Research In Motion shares received boost off news that Samsung Electronics might be interested in buying the struggling smartphone and tablet maker, Samsung came out on Wednesday and said the rumored deal isn't happening....
  • Writers bring their drama to Wall Street

    Striking TV and movie writers chose Wall Street as a symbolic backdrop Tuesday for their demand for a bigger slice of the new-media pie. Their argument in a nutshell: Entertainment companies brag to the investment community that the Internet is a growing...
  • Madrid to Barcelona in a flash

    Madrid to Barcelona in a flash
    When President Obama announced plans in April to spend $13 billion in federal stimulus funds on developing high-speed rail in America, he invoked the usual role models -- Japan, China and France -- as examples of fast-train culture. He also praised...
  • Armband Monitors Fitness Goals

    Armband Monitors Fitness Goals
    Imagine a mini personal trainer strapped around your biceps as you work out at the gym or pull weeds in the yard. It counts the calories you burn and later relays the information to a software program on your computer to create a personalized plan of...
  • New Haven's PaperG Helps Clients Post Web Ads On The Cheap

    New Haven's PaperG Helps Clients Post Web Ads On The Cheap
    In late 2007, just before the great American financial meltdown began in earnest, Victor Wong turned down a summer job at a major New York investment bank to fire up a tiny enterprise of his own. For good measure, he dropped out of Yale, too. The bank...
  • Getting the most out of rebates

    Getting the most out of rebates
    Retailers increasingly offer rebates, especially for electronics and computers, and they can save you money – but only if you file for them. Here's how to collect: Follow the instructions exactly. Note the expiration date. Most rebates require you...
  • Glasses for Less Than $50

    Glasses for Less Than $50
    More than a year has passed since your last eye exam, so you drop by your local boutique for a quick checkup. An hour later -- and $500 poorer -- you're out the door, wondering how a simple prescription framed in a piece of plastic stamped "Made in China"...
  • Seminole leaders spend lavishly as elections near

    Seminole leaders spend lavishly as elections near
    In the past seven years, Seminole Tribal Council members have spent more than $280 million from accounts they control. That spending has included paying tribal members' bills, financing their vacations and buying them cars, motorcycles, furniture,...
  • Key evidence in Harris killing might be excluded

    DNA evidence that gave Baltimore police a key break in the investigation of the killing of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. was obtained under questionable circumstances and might never be heard at the trial, according to court documents and...
  • Big Y Uses Technology To Counter Cashiers' Miscues

    At Big Y Foods Inc., cashiers have an extra reason not to make any mistakes as oranges, steaks and paper towels cross their scanners. Although cameras at checkout counters have long been routine, technology being installed at Big Y reviews the...
  • Digital video runs a screen on the cityscape

    Digital video runs a screen on the cityscape
    Apple is expected to unveil its much-anticipated touch-screen tablet on Wednesday morning. A few journalists see the device as a possible savior for the newspaper business. Me? I'm wondering how it'll affect the skyline. Don't laugh. Whatever shape it...