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  • Carnival CEO Gerry Cahill to retire Nov. 30

    Carnival CEO Gerry Cahill to retire Nov. 30
    The president and CEO of Carnival Cruise Lines will retire Nov. 30 after 20 years with the company. Gerry Cahill, 63, has been CEO of Carnival since 2007 and has been instrumental in expanding the cruise line to 24 ships, Carnival Corp. & PLC said in...
  • Clancy's Call: Breeders' Cup Day 2

    Bob Clancy's selections for the Breeders' Cup races Saturday at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif. (NBC Sports Network, 3:30-8 p.m.; NBC, 8-9 p.m.): Juvenile Fillies Post time: 3:05 p.m.; Distance: 1 1/16 miles; Purse: $2 million FEATHERED (8-1) wasn'...
  • Traveler apps include brain training, food selector, Gettysburg guide

    Traveler apps include brain training, food selector, Gettysburg guide
    Lumosity (Free for iOS and Android with a premium option) What it is: A way to exercise your brain with puzzles, memory games and other mind-stimulating and problem-solving challenges, a great companion for the road. How it works: After creating an...
  • Commentary: Consider possible safety ramifications of Measure Y

    As a District 4 resident representative on the 2006 General Plan Advisory Committee, I worked with the Newport Beach City Council to ensure that the final buildout development allotments at Newport Center did not generate traffic to exceed the six-lane...
  • Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas set for debut

    Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas set for debut
    The cruise game is afoot. The much-anticipated Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas, the first in a new class of cruise ship for the line, has arrived at its first port of call in Southampton, England. Royal Caribbean International took delivery of the...
  • Ad tech firm Simulmedia ties TV spots to purchases

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Advertising company Simulmedia said it can now tie TV commercials to purchases by using data from set-top boxes to help marketers reach specific, more defined audiences. "We are measuring the delivery of a TV spot against millions of...
  • Untangling 5 myths about the Berlin Wall

    November marks 25 years since the world changed with the fall of the Berlin Wall. The event is now weighted down, not just by its historical significance but by interpretation, memory and legend. Many recall the coverage of jubilant Berliners dancing on...
  • Lock up Ebola's Typhoid Marys

    As the president and various governors have argued about what to do, or not do, about Ebola, the philosopher George Santayana's warning repeatedly popped into my consciousness: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." I don't...
  • Britain warns traveling nationals of heightened security risk from IS

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain on Friday warned its citizens traveling overseas of a heightened risk of attacks against them from militants linked to Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, updating its official travel advice to reflect an increase in the general...
  • After India's 2013 floods, key Hindu pilgrimage towns deserted

    After India's 2013 floods, key Hindu pilgrimage towns deserted
    Deserted hotels, barren shops, only the occasional tourist and barely any traffic. The scene is an unusual one for Badrinath, one of India's most popular Hindu pilgrimage sites, home to a centuries-old temple that features a black stone idol of the...
  • Commentary: Measure Y is better than Newport Coast development

    On Election Day, I will be voting in favor of Measure Y. Here's why I think Measure Y offers a valuable amendment to the current general plan. Measure Y primarily seeks to permit the construction of a cluster of buildings adjacent to Fashion Island. The...