LOS ANGELES -- The gig: Paul Yanover is president of Fandango, the biggest online movie ticket seller. Fandango, based in Los Angeles and owned by Comcast Corp.'s NBCUniversal, enjoyed 81 percent growth in 2015 ticket ...Read more
The third-generation Audi TT is ... cute. It's a coupe that doesn't have the performance chops to compete with the thoroughbreds of the class, but has enough style to stand out from the herd.
The TT coupe has four seats, ...Read more
CHICAGO -- As the days get longer, the urge to twist the throttle gets stronger. But before you get back in the saddle, take some time to be sure you and your motorcycle are ready.
The best way to prepare your ride for ...Read more
CHICAGO -- More than 4.5 million pounds of cooked chicken products are being recalled over concerns that they may contain plastic, wood, rubber, metal or other extraneous materials.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Gannett announced Monday an offer to buy Tribune Publishing, publisher of the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and other newspapers, for $815 million, including the assumption of $390 million in debt.
The ...Read more
Q: Several years ago, I used the Kodak website to store and share pictures. It's been so long ago that I can't remember my password, but the bigger problem is that the service no longer seems to be available. How can I ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Microsoft has fallen behind Google in the browser wars.
Google's Chrome Web browser topped Microsoft's Internet Explorer among personal computer users last month for the first time, according to one closely ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf joined other elected officials in criticizing an unprecedented $11.3 million fine against Uber issued by the state, warning of a "chilling effect" the penalty could have on ...Read more
Protect the ButterfliesJ.D. Sherylyn B. Bailey
The story takes place in the 1960's in a ficticious town in Mississippi. The towns people do not interact but Joseph, who is white, and Elizabeth, who is black, find a way to talk and interact with each other unbeknown to anyone.
Their secret comes out after some boys do the ...
CHICAGO -- New research on hiring bias found resumes bearing names traditionally held by blacks and Hispanics are just as likely to lead to callbacks and job interviews as those bearing white-sounding names.
The findings,...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Sports TV behemoth ESPN is going to start hanging out with the cool kids at Vice Media.
The two media companies announced Tuesday that they are joining forces in a deal that will provide each with access to...Read more
SEATTLE -- Amazon.com on Tuesday built another piece of its own version of the European common market, by launching a new service that will handle storage and shipping of wares across the continent for third-party ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Fries, with a side of breath mints?
McDonald's said Tuesday it is testing garlic fries in a handful of restaurants, a nod to its efforts to experiment with core menu items and focus more on food quality, ...Read more
DETROIT -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' April sales were 5.6 percent higher than those seen during the same period a year earlier, and Ford's were up 4 percent, but General Motors posted a 3.5 percent decline as it de-...Read more
CHICAGO -- No green thumb? No need to worry, said Kmart, announcing a new lifetime guarantee on certain plants sold at its lawn and garden centers.
Customers who buy a tree, shrub or perennial with a "Plants for Life, ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- Generic drug giant Mylan saw first-quarter profits skid 75 percent to $13.9 million from $56.6 million in the same period last year as expenses rose.
On a per share basis, earnings fell 77 percent to 3 cents...Read more
Last year, they shut down the post office in our town.
Well, not exactly. What they did was consolidate three branch offices into a single post office, which they located in a part of town that's absolutely impossible ...Read more
Google once famously adopted "don't be evil" as its motto. But the company is now being accused of acting a lot like Microsoft, whose anti-competitive actions gained it the mocking moniker of the "Evil Empire."
European ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Foreign corporations would dramatically scale back their plans to invest in the U.S. if billionaire Donald Trump is elected president, according to a survey conducted in January for global management ...Read more
If my years of reading workplace advice books have taught me anything, it's that most workplace advice books should be edited down from 300 pages to, at most, a small pamphlet.
It's apropos of the working world, I suppose...Read more
Q: Most of the time I'm pretty even-tempered, but some things at work set me off. They always have to do with being called to task for not following rules -- the problem is that the rules are unclear or shifting so that it...Read more
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