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  • Double eagle crest not always badge of Russian origin

    Q: I bought this chest at an estate sale. After some research, I discovered that the emblems are Imperial Russian double eagles. I haven't been able to find any other information. Is the chest military? What era is it from? Is it rare? Any information...
  • Age doesn't necessarily equate with quality or value

    Q: Any info on my vase marked, "Made in Japan"? It seems to be clay and is 11.5 in. tall. Note that the surface is not smooth. A: Our reader is on the money. The surface on a pottery vase seen in photos sent is pebbly. Imagine the skin on an avocado;...
  • Coca-Cola 'stuff' may have more fizz left than you think

    Q: A family member who collected Coca-Cola items for over 37 years passed away and left a collection of at least 50 boxes marked "Coca-Cola stuff." How do we go about selling everything? Can we sell everything at one price? Can we sell the items as they...
  • Starbucks aims to squeeze more out of fresh juice craze

    Starbucks aims to squeeze more out of fresh juice craze
    In Southern California's outer orbit, a dusty highway drive away from the L.A.'s health-obsessed celebrities and hipsters, a massive $70-million factory is preparing to churn out 140,000 gallons of premium juice a week. The 264,000-square-foot Rancho...
  • Pioneering TNT Ignites Mainstream Love

    From the start, from its very name, TNT was designed to make a statement. Sure, the Turner Broadcasting empire at the time included TBS, but that channel had evolved from its roots as an Atlanta UHF TV station that bulked up through the steroidal...
  • The beauty of simplicity

    How simple a great idea can be. Once a great thinker explains it simply. A thinker like Ronald Coase, the economist, teacher and sage who has just died at the remarkable age of 102. The man could explain how and why today's American economy is so...
  • MarksJarvis: A return to basics for investors

    MarksJarvis: A return to basics for investors
    In the first test of corporate profits since the Federal Reserve hinted it's preparing to start removing the training wheels from the economy, investors are expected to be keenly tuned to corporate earnings outlooks over the next few weeks. The stock...
  • Newport Lightning Basketball Club 10U wins ACES Coca-Cola Tournament

    The Newport Lightning Basketball Club's Fourth-Grade Black team won the prestigious West Coast ACES Coca-Cola Tournament Gold Division championship last month in Orange County. The NLBC beat the San Diego Rebels and SV Stars in pool play to move into...
  • Retail Therapy: Pssst ... try the cherry Coke blend

    Free refreshment: The annual free Slurpee day at 7-Eleven is slated for (you guessed it) Thursday, July 11 (7/11). All customers will receive a bigger-than-ever 12-ounce frozen slushy beverage, no strings attached. Flavors vary by location and may include...
  • NASCAR gets dirty in Eldora to delight of old-school fans

    NASCAR gets dirty in Eldora to delight of old-school fans
    This one is for the fans who like the taste of their beer to be domestic, their songs countrified with a Southern twang, and their races staged somewhere outside cookie-cutter tracks in big cities that cater to a new generation of NASCAR faithful....
  • Madison Avenue Merger: Omnicom, Publicis Combination To Reshape Industry

    Two of the world's biggest advertising companies said Sunday they would merge, in a maneuver likely to affect big-spending marketers like PepsiCo and Coca-Cola as well as media companies like CBS, News Corp. and Walt Disney who count on ad dollars to help...
  • Is Coke the same as it was 127 years ago? Maybe

    ATLANTA (AP) — Coca-Cola keeps the recipe for its 127-year-old soda inside an imposing steel vault that's bathed in red security lights. Several cameras monitor the area to make sure the fizzy formula stays a secret. But in one of the many signs...