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  • Free medical alert scam tops dubious list

     
    I wasn't shocked Tuesday when the Better Business Bureau released its list of the top scams of last year. Right at the top was the free medical alert scam I wrote about several times after hearing from hundreds of senior......
  • Carl Icahn Blasts Lionsgate, Calling it 'Liar Gate'

    After two weeks of silence, shareholder activist Carl Icahn has unleashed a volley of criticism at Lionsgate over blocking him four years ago from a hostile takeover. Dubbing the studio "Liar Gate," Icahn pointed to Lionsgate's March 13 agreement to...
  • Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change

    Heartbleed bug: What passwords you need to change
    Last week millions of people rushed to change their online passwords after news of a major encryption flaw called Heartbleed began to circulate. Heartbleed infected hundreds of thousands of sites, including popular ones like Facebook and Netflix, and...
  • Bigger than Facebook? Chinese tech giant Alibaba plans U.S. IPO

    Bigger than Facebook? Chinese tech giant Alibaba plans U.S. IPO
    The largest tech IPO of the year will come from a company that many Americans have never heard of. Alibaba -- a Chinese e-commerce behemoth that produces more sales and net income than Amazon and EBay combined -- has decided to go public in the U.S....
  • Alibaba plans IPO in U.S., not Hong Kong

    Alibaba plans IPO in U.S., not Hong Kong
    The largest tech IPO of the year — and perhaps of all time — isn't coming from Silicon Valley. Alibaba, a Chinese e-commerce behemoth with more sales than Amazon and EBay combined, has decided to go public on Wall Street after months of...
  • Family finances: Protect your identity

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance Identity theft has moved well beyond compromised credit cards. Financial consultant Javelin Strategy & Research found that fraudsters are piggybacking on victims' utilities accounts, running up unauthorized charges on mobile-...
  • Fiverr.com: How to burn $20 on the online marketplace

    Fiverr.com: How to burn $20 on the online marketplace
    What would you do for five bucks? It sounds like a creepy question, but there’s thousands of micro-entrepreneurs on Fiverr.com offering their services for as little as $5. The online marketplace has been connecting five-dollar freelancers with...
  • Sell or buy a nonrefundable hotel room

    Sell or buy a nonrefundable hotel room
    If you're stuck with a nonrefundable hotel reservation you find you can't use, a new startup, Roomer (roomertravel.com), will let you recover at least some of the money. And if you're looking for a good hotel deal, you can buy the seller's reservation...
  • Seniors on the Go: Summer trip planning: Vacation rentals

    Seniors on the Go: Summer trip planning: Vacation rentals
    Whenever you plan to stay at a destination for a week or so, you need to consider a vacation rental. Whether at a seashore or lake near home or in central Paris or Hong Kong, a vacation rental is often a better bet than a conventional hotel: -- You can...
  • References are a very big deal today

    DEAR JOYCE: I was asked for my references when I applied as an office worker at a company near my house. I hadn't worked before so I asked several of my neighbors for references. The office manager said they were "friend" references, not job references,...
  • Greg Schwem: Suggestions for the new Papal website

    I applaud Chicago attorney Chris Connors' recent decision to donate the Internet domain name popefrancis.com to the new pontiff. While it's not clear if church officials will accept Connors' offer, they have said the pope will most definitely have a...
  • Arrests a breakthrough in global battle against secretive 'hacktivist' movement

    This article originally ran in print on March 7, 2012. The international group of computer hackers known as Anonymous lost some of its mystery Tuesday with the arrest of five men, including a 27-year-old Chicagoan, said to be connected to a clique of...