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  • Dawson: Great customer service (continued)

     
    Here are reader nominations for my Thanksgiving Week salute to great businesses that I did not have room for in the newspaper: One of the instrument gauges on my 2004 Chevy truck quit working.  I had a letter from GM that said if this happened up to 60,...
  • Naming rights grow as government budget filler

     
    We're all familiar with the business of naming rights. A corporation pays big bucks to put its name atop a professional or college  sports arena in exchange for exposure on television and other marketing strategies. That type of transaction is spreading....
  • The Power of the Online Community

     
    Here's a guest blog from Katie Lister of Vantage Communications, which has an Orlando office.  She writes about how social media can be a direct route between businesses and consumers. The Power of the Online Community By: Katie Lister of Vantage...
  • Zero DS: An electric commuter, on two wheels

     
    Plug-in electric cars have been headline news for the better part of a year, with the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt finally entering the market as production cars. It's an unfortunate reality that mass-produced plug-in electric motorcycles, which have been.....
  • Valley getting another Subway

     
    A Subway franchise will be opening in the Crossroads shopping plaza in Easton, according to Derek Zerfass of Colliers International, the real estate firm involved in the deal. The plaza is located at Philadelphia Road and St. John Street. Subway has...
  • Toeing the line on the towing controversy

     
    Regarding my recent columns on alleged abuses by tow-truck operators and proposed state legislation to tighten regulations for tow companies, I didn't have room for a number of questons or allegations from area motorists about having been "squeezed" by...
  • Extended vehicle warranties come with tight refund windows

     
    I'm not a big fan of extended warranties on cars, because they always seem to come with a caveat about why they can't cover your repair. When a car dealer is trying to talk you into buying a warranty, the......
  • Don't lose trying to win online auctions

     
    eBay is pretty much a household word these days. But it's not the only online auction site. There are many. They all operate a bit differently, and if you don't pay attention, you can lose more than you win. Today's......
  • How to buy tickets for Taylor Swift's Philly show before they go on sale -- to the public

     
    Tickets for country music superstar Taylor Swift’s Aug. 6 concert at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Friday, but if you expect to buy them at that time and get good seats, well,......
  • Catasauqua seeks an economic revival

     
    Like so many other towns in Pennsylvania, Catasauqua is in need of an economic infusion. Businesses keep leaving the borough, along with jobs, but the ones that remain are working hard to be successful. Councilman Vincent Smith is one of several officials...
  • Bloom Energy announces new fuel cell financing options as industry expands

     
    Bloom Energy on Thursday announced a new financing program that cuts out the upfront cost of purchasing, installing and maintaining one of the company’s fuel cells and instead allows customers to buy only the clean electricity produced. Chief...