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Features by Sally Herships

Martha Stewart TV show to end this summer

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and the Hallmark Channel said the lifestyle show will end. It's the latest challenge for Martha Stewart.
Posted In: Martha Stewart

Rupert Murdoch’s wife hit by Twitter hoax

Wendi Deng Murdoch is the latest high-profile hoax victim, even though Twitter said it had verified the account’s authenticity.
Posted In: Twitter

NBC Sports Network a new opponent for ESPN

Comcast gets into the lucrative business of round-the-clock sports programming.
Posted In: Sports, espn, NBC

Reframing Flattery

To some, brown-nosing is a dirty business. To others, it's an art.
Posted In: Jobs, employment, flattery, promtions

Sears, Kmart to close stores after dismal holiday

Sears and Kmart plan to eliminate as many as 120 stores. Analysts wonder if their hedge fund owner really understands the retail biz.
Posted In: Retail, Sears, Kmart

Nonprofits using deals websites to find new donors

Nonprofits need money, deals websites e-mail people who want to spend money -- it's a natural combination.
Posted In: philanthropy, donations, nonprofits

A true holiday tradition: The NBA on Christmas

The NFL has its Thanksgiving tradition, and the NBA has Christmas. Ever wonder why?
Posted In: Sports, NBA, Christmas

Payroll tax cut, what payroll tax cut?

Some New Yorkers told Marketplace they don't know what the payroll tax cut is, how much money it put in their pockets, or whether they spent it.
Posted In: payroll tax

Debt crisis tarnishes the euro club

The European Union was once the hottest international club around. Does its debt crisis and infighting make less appealing to those who have waited years to gain admission?
Posted In: European Union

BlackBerry maker plays catch up

Research in Motion was the smartphone’s pioneer. But the BlackBerry’s core business customers are switching to iPhone and Android devices.
Posted In: Blackberry, Research in Motion, smartphones, business

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