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Allentown Morning CallIf you'll be holiday shopping online this year--and there are many good reasons to--make sure you enter online stores through the right door. And the right door is not the retailer's front Web page. Instead, try using a side door to discounts,...
With the city considering converting Pico and Olympic boulevards into one-way streets, Opinion asked six experts for other quick and inexpensive ways to reduce traffic in Los Angeles. End the MTA's monopoly By James E. Moore II, director of the...
Walgreen Co. plans to open its first store in Hawaii by the end of this year. The nation's largest drugstore chain plans to open another three stores in the first quarter of 2008 and plans as many as 10 stores in the next 18 to 24 months, said...
Apple's new competitors react to iPhone's arrival Apple Inc.'s decision to enter the mobile phone business was announced hundreds of miles from here--in San Francisco--but the news certainly reverberated in the Nevada desert, where the International...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersFederal authorities said Tuesday that they had cracked the largest case of identity theft in U.S. history, charging 11 people in the theft of more than 40 million credit and debit card account numbers from computer systems at such major retailers as TJ...
Allentown Morning CallWith Black Friday behind us and so-called Cyber Monday upon us, holiday shopping is the No. 1 spending topic of the moment. It will be an $817 extravaganza for the average shopper, not including special spending on themselves, according to the National...
Allentown Morning CallKnowledge is power when it comes to spending money smarter, so tapping all the available resources makes a lot of sense. One way to do that is by subscribing to e-mail newsletters about frugality and saving money. After you sign up, the newsletters...
Sun reportersFirst, Karen McVearry spent $30 to join the Hannah Montana fan club and buy presale concert tickets for her 9-year-old daughter Maddie. Too late - they had sold out. The 36-year-old Catonsville mom tried again the day the tickets went on sale to the...
Tags: Los Angeles, Gaming, Scalp, Software Industry, Missouri
Times Staff WriterBrooke Pfautz knows that sales at his mortgage banking firm will probably plunge during the NCAA basketball tournament that begins Thursday. But for the second year in a row, he plans to show the March Madness games on the office big-screen TVs and...
Tags: Websense Incorporated, Gaming, March Madness, Crimes, Education
Times Staff WriterWHEN Los Angeles Times sportswriter Mike Penner revealed in a recent column that he'd soon be changing his name to Christine Daniels, the piece quickly became the No. 1 draw on the newspaper's website. From across cyberspace the readers came....
Tags: Ann Coulter, Los Angeles, Gaming, John McCain, Politics
Allentown Morning CallFor many people, the biggest spending event of the year is not holiday shopping, a vacation trip or back-to-school buying. It's the arrival of the tax refund and deciding what to do with it. A tax refund marks a fantastic once-a-year opportunity for most...
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