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Features by Dan Bobkoff

The NYPD learns about #backlash

The Twitter hashtag #MyNYPD backfired spectacularly – when the public can so easily hijack your hashtag, how do you get social media right?
Posted In: social media, NYPD, McDonald's

Are Apple's halcyon growth days over?

Apple is expected to report mostly flat revenues from a year ago.
Posted In: apple, Earnings, steve jobs

Prefab apartment buildings on the rise

Is modular construction poised to take off in the U.S.?
Posted In: apartments, modular buildings, factories

Will Netflix numbers confirm cable cutting?

Cutting cable for streaming video has worked in the company's favor.
Posted In: netflix, cable TV
Bank Of America

Bank earnings show: Americans got better at paying off debts

What’s led to the overall improvement in creditworthiness for consumers.
Posted In: Banks, JPMorgan Chase
US IRS Tax forms

IRS budget problems help tax evaders

Taxpayers face a smaller risk of being audited by the IRS.
Posted In: IRS, Taxes, tax day, audit

So you went ahead and bought some bitcoin

Now a large exchange is filing for bankruptcy because of a theft. How can you protect your investment?
Posted In: bitcoin, Mt. Gox

Your cherished antique may not be very valuable

Antique American furniture has lost its appeal, and prices for anything not the best have plunged
Posted In: antiques, furniture

The average Lego set appreciates better than stocks

All kinds of investors are excited about Lego's annual profits.
Posted In: lego, toys

Thomas Jennings perfected dry cleaning as he pushed for abolition

Thomas Jennings was the first African American to receive a U.S. patent, 44 years before slavery ended.
Posted In: black history month, Thomas Jennings, dry cleaning, inventions

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