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Features by Sally Herships

NBA players and owners to meet again

If the latest effort to reach a revenue-sharing agreement fails, NBA games could be canceled through the end of the year.
Posted In: Sports

How free are those 'free' checking accounts?

There's a huge uproar over the fees many banks are proposing, but those checking accounts may never have been free to begin with.
Posted In: Banks

Silicon Valley moves into Madison Avenue

As digital advertising soars, Yahoo, Twitter and Google are among major tech companies moving their advertising divisions to New York City.

Should military teams join college football conferences?

Army and Navy are set to square off this weekend on the football field. They're both up for spots in the Big East conference, but will joining be beneficial?
Posted In: Sports

H&M teams up with Versace

H&M will roll out its latest collaboration with haute couture designers, the first mid-level retailer to do so since the Missoni stampede at Target.

New York subway to launch wireless coverage

In a pilot program that could transform the daily commute, New York City removes the last refuge from round-the-clock connectivity: the subway.

Obama jobs bill revives jobless benefits debate

The White House wants to extend unemployment insurance benefits, but critics say that will give the jobless an incentive to stay jobless.
Posted In: Jobs

Retailers optimistic about holiday season

August sales numbers will give a good indication of what's ahead for stores in the winter.
Posted In: Retail

What does Google get from buying Zagat?

The search giant is thinking local by buying restaurant review company Zagat

More farm jobs deemed too dangerous for kids

For the first time in 40 years, the Labor Department is adding to the farm jobs that are off limits to children under age 16.
Posted In: Jobs

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