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Money & CompanyHere's your tally-ho Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --The worst-kept secret in tech is now a reality. Verizon says it will begin offering the Apple iPhone on Feb. 10, ending AT&T's lock on the super-popular gadget.......
FOX 5 San Diego StaffThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized the city of San Diego for generating and using so-called "green power'' at its facilities, it was announced today. The city was ranked third on the EPA's list of the top 20 on-site generator/consumers...
Moms At Work» Orlando Sentinel – Moms At WorkThe Kimberly-Clark Corporation announced plans this week to team up with celeb Mom Rebecca Romijin on what they call a “fashion must-have” — denim diapers. The limited-time offer is available through the end of July 2010. Similar...
L.A. at HomeKimberly-Clark, the company that makes Huggies diapers, has created an online frenzy with the announcement that Huggies Little Movers diapers now come in a "fashionable" denim design complete with faux butt pockets and belt loops. The diapers, which are...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Earnings: Altera Corp.; American Express Co.; Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc.; Avaya Inc.; BellSouth Corp.; Centex Corp.; Kraft Foods Inc.; Pactiv Corp.; Quest Diagnostics Inc.; SanDisk Corp.; Texas Instruments Inc. Tuesday: -- July consumer...
Times Staff WriterIt's the diaper that boldly goes where no incontinence product has gone before. The sordid saga of a love-struck, diaper-clad astronaut has transformed a somewhat obscure NASA undergarment into a cultural phenomenon. Comedians and bloggers can't get...
Special to The TimesWalter M. "Wally" Schirra Jr., who followed his barnstorming parents into the sky as a Navy combat pilot and was the only astronaut to fly in the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs, has died. He was 84. Schirra, who had been battling cancer,...
* Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park One-tank road trip? In these $4-for-a-gallon-of-gas times, you can do better. How about a quarter-tank road trip? About 50 miles north of downtown Los Angeles in Agua Dulce, Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park lets you...
If you invest in the stocks of consumer-related companies that you personally admire, you can't go wrong. Take Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc., for example. Well, maybe not Krispy Kreme, whose stock tanked 66 percent in 2004 and 54 percent in 2005. It has...
THE MOUNTAINS The tracks, smoother now, begin to climb. It grows cooler. The train passes 60-foot stalks of bamboo. It rolls through putrid white smoke from a Kimberly-Clark factory that turns sugar cane pulp into Kleenex and toilet paper. In Orizaba,...
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