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NEW YORK (AP) — Five years after the start of the Great Recession, the toll is terrifyingly clear: Millions of middle-class jobs have been lost in developed countries the world over. And the situation is even worse than it appears. Most of the...
In just a few weeks, at an event that celebrates the iconic Westminster Kennel Club's annual All Breed Dog Show, a shelter dog will model doggie bling designed and hand-crafted by Mona Straub of Boca Raton. Straub is one of 30 exclusive participating...
What's the future of L.A.'s economy? That's a question that should be at the center of this year's mayoral campaign. Key to that discussion should be recognition that Los Angeles, despite all its economic problems, is an increasingly prominent home to the...
Here's something you may not know about Open Table, the predominant online restaurant reservations system: When you book a table through the Open Table website, the restaurant is charged $1 per seated guest — so if you show up as a foursome, that'...
Tribune staff reporterIt's not uncommon for Gian Fulgoni to be told how much he looks like Dustin Hoffman, or even to be mistaken for the Academy Award-winning actor and pressed for an autograph. It happens at least once a week. When it does, the typically gregarious,...
Tribune staff reporterSept. 21 is an important date at Jellyvision Lab. For starters, it's Chief Executive Amanda Lannert's birthday. It also happens to be Mustache Day, an annual tradition at the Chicago-based technology company. Employees who are able to grow facial hair...
Tribune staff reporterAt Talia Mashiach's bat mitzvah, guests told her mother that the 12-year-old was a "can-do person." It was an apt description for a girl who outshone the boys at sports and was the one to organize teams at recess. Mashiach (Meh-SHE-ah), 35, would go...
Tribune reporterFor years, Kenneth Dachman financed an extravagant lifestyle — a mansion, vacations and cruises — by duping investors in his now-defunct sleep disorder business, according to federal authorities. The investors alleged it was all part of the...
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Tribune staff reportersMotorola and the Merchandise Mart have more than 160 years of local history between them. Now the two institutions are giving Chicago's burgeoning high-tech scene a major boost. Smartphone-maker Motorola Mobility is moving its headquarters from...
When Justen Garrity left the Army for the business world, his five years as an officer, experienced in combat, engineering and leadership, mattered little to prospective employers. "The deck is stacked against the military in this job market," said...
Deb Tillett has been around the world, pursuing a career in technology that started a few decades ago in the suburbs of Baltimore. She learned the ropes of the video game world while working at one of the local companies — MicroProse — that...
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