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Features by Melissa Kaplan

Vuvuzela 2010: Plastic horn industry explodes in China

For a literal answer to, "Where is that noise coming from?" This one's no surprise: It's China. Reports say 90 percent of the vuvuzela horns being...
Posted In: Sports

A pack of cigarettes in New York City now costs $11

Where there's smoke, there's taxes -- especially for New Yorkers. In an emergency budget move officials say will generate $440 million in revenue,...

Vuvuzela makes baseball debut to players' chagrin

Looks like the vuvuzela isn't set for world domination after all. The notorious World Cup horn made a weekend baseball cameo at a game between the...

Grill baby, grill! BP CEO Hayward apologies, explains leak to Congress

BP CEO Tony Hayward is facing the music and looking somber at his congressional hearing explaining the how's, why's and what's of BP's massive oil...
Posted In: Oil

Disney lets female workers lose the pantyhose

Disney has been infamous for adhering to the same conservative dress code established in the 1950's, but it seems the Mouse has finally loosened...

Goldman Sachs looking out for bedbugs

Just another issue itching at Goldman Sachs: ABC News reports employees at Goldman's Jersey City, N.J., office tower have had to make way for...

Toys 'R Us says: Think Christmas now!

Nothing like the beginning of summer to start thinking about the winter holidays. Toys 'R Us is kicking off a program that'll let consumers save...
Posted In: Retail

E3 2010: Microsoft, Sony show off Wii competitors

Bitmob editor and cofounder Dan "Shoe" Hsu stopped by to talk to us about the E3 video game conference. Here's his coverage of the new motion...

World Cup: Noise filter could help cancel out vuvuzela sound

The buzz created by critics wanting to ban the vuvuzela from the World Cup has been almost as loud the 130-decibel din that's been deafening fans ...
Posted In: Sports

Annie leaves print to become full-time digital orphan

After 85 years, Annie's taking her hard-knock life out of the newspaper game. Tribune Media Services, which owns the comic, is pulling the plug on...

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