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  • Friendly sales pitch can't hide payday loans' unfriendly rates

    Friendly sales pitch can't hide payday loans' unfriendly rates
    The letter that recently arrived at homes throughout California and other states features a picture of Sylvester Stallone in "Rocky II" training for another shot at greatness. "As you're making your financial comeback," it says, "we want you to know...
  • This stamp artist makes all of the postage do

    This stamp artist makes all of the postage do
    Perhaps the U.S. Postal Service should commission a stamp honoring Shirley Familian. For 25 years she has been honoring mail carriers everywhere by turning canceled postage stamps into art. Friends from around the world clip the stamps from...
  • Google expands test of its same-day delivery service to Southland

    Google expands test of its same-day delivery service to Southland
    Google Inc. is wading into the morass of same-day delivery pilots and programs rapidly collecting in the Southland, competing with e-commerce giants such as Amazon.com Inc. In the first expansion of a test it launched in the Bay Area in the spring,...
  • Postal workers' union criticizes Staples-run post offices

    Postal workers' union criticizes Staples-run post offices
    California leaders from a national postal workers' union are criticizing a Staples pilot program that has installed dozens of small post offices in the office-supply stores.  American Postal Workers Union leaders said that opening retail units staffed...
  • Automatic renewal can perpetuate a management problem

    Question: I'm on the board of our homeowners association and was shocked when our management company's contract was supposed to terminate, but they stayed on! We wanted to get rid of them but learned too late that the company had what is called an...
  • Larry Speakes dies at 74; served as President Reagan's press secretary

    Larry Speakes dies at 74; served as President Reagan's press secretary
    Larry Speakes, who strained to mediate between a hungry press corps and a media-distrustful White House during six years as President Reagan's press secretary, has died. He was 74. Speakes died in his sleep Friday at his home in Cleveland, Miss. He...
  • Two men accused of stealing U.S. mail in San Bernardino County

    Two men accused of stealing U.S. mail in San Bernardino County
    Two men were arrested on suspicion of stealing hundreds of U.S. mail items including checks that were left at post office drop-off boxes in San Bernardino County, law enforcement authorities said Monday. The men were on probation and had outstanding...
  • Christmas delivery woes stack up for online merchants

    Christmas delivery woes stack up for online merchants
    The crush of last-minute online shopping that stymied Christmas deliveries for thousands of people served as a harsh lesson to retailers and shippers: The ever-exploding number of Internet orders is making on-time distribution more difficult. Though...
  • Holiday gift guide: ‘The Hobbit,’ ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Sherlock’ and more

     
    Stressing out about a last-minute gift idea for the Trekkie, Time Lord or Jedi Padawan in your life? Look no […]...
  • What Edward Snowden started

     What Edward Snowden started
    Edward Snowden should be proud. Until this week, the National Security Agency could argue that its massive effort to collect every American's telephone records had been approved, at least tacitly, by all three branches of government. The president was...
  • More than 750 retailers to take part in Wednesday's Free Shipping Day

    More than 750 retailers to take part in Wednesday's Free Shipping Day
    Fewer than 10 days remain until Christmas, and retailers are trying to make the most of the holiday crunch time by luring online shoppers with free delivery offers. Wednesday is Free Shipping Day, a last-minute consumption craze initiated in 2008 by...