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Call Rob McGarry a serial book-trader, which is to say he joined the growing numbers of consumers who choose to save money by trading and bartering books, DVDs, CDs and video games with others online. McGarry, of Orlando, was tired of losing space in his...
Tags: Gaming, Motley Crue (music group), DVDs, eBay Inc., IBM
Sun Sentinel ColumnistJanette Cruz's second child is due in January and in addition to her doctor's care, she is using smart phone applications to keep track and manage her pregnancy. The Miami mother-to-be is shopping for apps for her own Blackberry, but in the meantime...
Like lots of fellow Floridians, Reginald Gaudette has plans to be away from his home this summer. For peace of mind on his travels to visit out-of-state family, he will rely mostly on one person to keep an eye on things back at home - himself. To...
Tags: Consumers, Family, Apple iPhone, Travel, Cell Phones
No Rest for Bridget, the one-stop shopping boutique for affordable and in-style apparel, is having a summer sale at both Orange County stores in Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach — save up to 80% on the latest styles. This is the place to find...
The Swampby Michael Muskal and Noam N. Levey The Congressional Budget Office today estimated the cost of the proposed healthcare overhaul at $940 billion over 10 years, a scoring that clears the way for a House vote as soon as Sunday.......
The Swampby Michael Muskal and updated President Barack Obama will take to the road this week to sell his healthcare insurance overhaul to the American people, whom polls show remain dubious about the package. Obama is scheduled to travel to Iowa......
++++++++++++++++++++ || || || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Davan Maharaj was named managing editor of the Los Angeles Times in May 2008, with oversight of the Foreign, National, Metro, Sports and Business departments. He is responsible for shaping coverage,...
Sun reporterMany of those on the front lines of the battle over rising electricity costs say one voice has been noticeably absent from the debate - the state's top consumer advocate, the Office of the People's Counsel. Lawmakers accuse the office and its chief,...
By Nancy McVicar Health WriterSharesa Price thought it was just another in a series of sinus infections. Her head and eyes hurt, and she was vomiting. But then Price had a seizure, and a brain scan found something far more troubling. "When I got home, the phone was ringing. It was...
Sun StaffThe head of the commission that oversees power deregulation in Maryland has abruptly fired five top staff members as the Ehrlich administration continues to put its imprint on a key regulatory agency after decades of Democratic control. The firings...
Sun-SentinelFlorida's Attorney General discusses his priorities, the need to expand the state's civil rights law and his tan. Q. As a state lawmaker, you were dubbed "Chain Gang Charlie." Now as Florida's attorney general, you're pushing to expand the state's...
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