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  • KFWB switching to all-sports format as AM radio fights for survival

    KFWB switching to all-sports format as AM radio fights for survival
    AM radio, the scratchy medium that long ago aired Franklin Delano Roosevelt's fireside chats, soap operas and the day's most popular music, is trying to avoid becoming static.
  • ASK IRA: Could Ellington, Blatche alleviate Heat bench concerns?

    ASK IRA: Could Ellington, Blatche alleviate Heat bench concerns?
    -------------------- September 2, 2014 Q: Wayne Ellington is a career 38-percent 3-point shooter. The Heat need help spreading the floor. To me, signing him is a no-brainer. Otherwise you rely on Mario Chalmers? C'mon.  -- Martin. A: Totally agree....

    Right Stuff: Those who have, get

     Right Stuff: Those who have, get
    As I passed a multimillion-dollar waterfront home in Annapolis last week, I saw a beautiful Tesla electric car out front. Of all the electric cars on the market, the Tesla pegs the cool-o-meter. The S model is fast (zero to 60 miles per hour in 5.9...

    China won't force foreign auto parts makers to form local JVs: EU trade body

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The European trade body in China said Beijing is not planning to force foreign auto parts suppliers operating in the country to form local joint ventures, dismissing a report last week that had stirred concern among European firms....

    Ride-sharing in the air: Down but not out

    Ride-sharing in the air: Down but not out
    The FAA recently determined that the two pioneering share-the-plane ride websites were not operating legally. As a result, the two pioneering outfits, Airpooler.com and Flytenow.com, are in some sort of limbo. Although the FAA has had nothing additional...