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  • August auto sales: Detroit automakers don't have enough cars to sell

    August auto sales: Detroit automakers don't have enough cars to sell
    Strong August auto sales numbers revealed a problem last month that Ford, General Motors and Chrysler once would have begged for -- not enough cars to sell. All three automakers posted double-digit gains in sales last month and they reported tight...
  • Housing outlook is bubble free for now, economists say

    Housing outlook is bubble free for now, economists say
    ATLANTA -- Despite double-digit price gains in many markets, the housing outlook is bubble free for now as the sector recovers over the next several years, experts say. Kicking off a panel of economists addressing a gathering of journalists, Lawrence...
  • Upfront advertising sales heat up; CBS nearing finish line

    Upfront advertising sales heat up; CBS nearing finish line
    The broadcast television advertising market is in full swing, with the top-rated CBS network once again leading the pack. By Friday afternoon, CBS was close to finishing its advance advertising sales for the 2013-14 television season, notching rate...
  • Better times for home-buyers will take a few years, experts say

    Better times for home-buyers will take a few years, experts say
    ATLANTA -- Would-be home buyers who are frustrated by rising home prices and low inventory may have to wait a few years for relief, real estate experts told a conference on Wednesday. Institutional investors, who have been driving the market with...
  • Apple's tax tricks give rise to lousy reform ideas

    Apple's tax tricks give rise to lousy reform ideas
    Apple Inc.'s success at avoiding billions of dollars in U.S. taxes through some (apparently) legal maneuvers has tax pundits pointing their guns at the corporate tax system. The case has revived numerous hoary cures for the supposed evil of corporate...
  • Cannes crime spree! Billy Crystal tries TV. Sen. McCain makes case.

    Cannes crime spree! Billy Crystal tries TV. Sen. McCain makes case.
    After the coffee. Before figuring out what to do this weekend. The Skinny: Loyal readers know what a big fan I was of ABC's "Nashville." That's why last night's season finale was such a disappointment. What was once a cool breeze on a humid night is...
  • Abercrombie & Fitch earnings stumble, stock slumps

    Abercrombie & Fitch earnings stumble, stock slumps
    Teen retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co. stumbled hard in its first quarter, with same-store sales diving 15% and profit missing Wall Street’s expectations. The company, fresh off a mea culpa over Chief Executive Mike Jeffries’ controversial...
  • Southland home prices surge in April as inventory tightens

    Southland home prices surge in April as inventory tightens
    A frustrating housing market for Southland buyers swelled in April as prices surged and inventory tightened. Homes sold at the fastest clip for that month in seven years, as regular buyers and investors snapped up more than 21,000 homes in the six-...
  • Economic growth rises to 2.5% pace but falls below expectations

    Economic growth rises to 2.5% pace but falls below expectations
    WASHINGTON — The nation's sluggish recovery can't seem to catch a break. Persistent federal spending cuts and a slowdown in business investments thwarted hopes for stronger economic growth in the first quarter, setting up more modest gains in jobs...
  • Vintage pharmacy's shelves groan with patent medicines

    Vintage pharmacy's shelves groan with patent medicines
    When he died in 1974, George Abraham Simmons left a bulky legacy: boxes and boxes of drugstore pills, salves and potions — enough to fill multiple cargo containers. What to do with it all? His family was stumped. Pharmaceuticals and botanicals,...
  • Web-only Everlane deals in quality fashion without steep markup

     
    Everlane, the Los Angeles-based, Web-only clothing and accessories company with a less-is-more philosophy, offers an "at-cost pop-up" deal: a belt for $15, which is exactly what it cost to produce, without any additional markup....