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  • Home Video Sales Fall in Q1 Despite Digital Movie Growth Spurt

    The home entertainment industry has good news and bad news to share with the latest quarterly release of consumer spending totals from DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group. The good news: The first quarter of 2014 was marked by strong growth in digital...
  • Tracking burglars living the high life off rooftop bank heists

    Tracking burglars living the high life off rooftop bank heists
    The men had their pick of eight banks at the busy intersection of Diamond Bar Boulevard and Grand Avenue. They chose the Citibank branch that used to be a Blockbuster store. For more than a month, the five of them became regular customers. But unlike...
  • Film Biz Can Learn a Few Things From the Music Industry When It Comes to Piracy

    Thank God we're in the music business. We've already been through the transition; we've already been pushed back to zero. We're in an era of rebirth so strong that if you think the music business is in trouble, you're not in it. Blockbuster acts make more...
  • Chef Lorena García introduce sabor latino a las carreras de NASCAR

    Chef Lorena García introduce sabor latino a las carreras de NASCAR
    Alexandra Vilchez Charlotte (NC), 22 abr (EFEUSA).- La chef venezolana Lorena García presentó hoy su menú exclusivo con los sabores de la cocina latina que los fanáticos de NASCAR podrán disfrutar durante las carreras de la temporada 2014. García,...
  • La Cañada History: Area physicist picked a home with a beehive

    La Cañada History: Area physicist picked a home with a beehive
    Ten Years Ago Work was set to begin on a $38,600 project to create a new equestrian trail in Cherry Canyon. The work would include the removal of poison oak and dense brush to connect a fire road near Forest Hill Drive with another fire road to the...
  • Minimum wage

    A major issue facing local residents that is the grist of numerous articles in The Capital is minimum wage increase. I agree the minimum wage should be increased as it has not kept pace with inflation. However, a 25 percent increase all at once is...
  • Debra A. Kiering, 58, of Hanover, Pa.

    Debra Ann Kiering, 58, of Hanover, Pa., died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, at Gettysburg Hospital in Gettysburg, Pa. Born Jan. 12, 1955, in Clarion, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Merle Ohler and Mary Rita Malloy Ohler. Years ago, she worked for the...
  • Greg Schwem: Redbox, how I yearn for Blockbuster

    Redbox, you owe me $1.20. Make it easy on yourself and pay up. Now. Credit my Visa, ceremoniously present me with an oversized cardboard check or instruct a UPS driver to toss 120 pennies on my front lawn. I rented a movie from your kiosk but left empty-...
  • The Children's Place in Orland Square Mall remodels and more business news

    The Children's Place clothing store in Orland Square Mall will be closed for a few weeks for remodeling. The 3,883-square-foot store will be upgraded to feature an open layout with departments for newborns and girls and boys up to 14. The remodeling...
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  • November retail sales weak despite all-out Black Friday efforts

    November retail sales weak despite all-out Black Friday efforts
    Retailers pulled no punches in November, slashing prices, opening during the Thanksgiving holiday, blitzing online shoppers with deals well before Black Friday and offering perks such as price-matching and free shipping. But all their efforts couldn&...