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Peyton Manning Totally Scored When They Legalized Pot In Colorado--Pizza Business Is Booming! By Clip Syndicate It turns out Peyton Manning is getting a second-hand Rocky Mountain high thanks to marijuana being legalized in Colorado. The Denver Broncos quarterback told Sports Illustrated's Peter King on Thursday "I've gotten to know some of the folks here in Colorado. There's some different laws out here in Colorado. Pizza business is pretty good out here, believe it or not, due to some recent law changes. So when you come to a different place, you've kind of got to learn everything that comes with it. ...Read More »
Merry Christmas! Hiring May Hit Dot-com Boom Level By Clip Syndicate Retailers are betting it will be a merry Christmas this year, as seasonal hiring is expected to significantly outpace that seen in 2013. According to a report released Wednesday by outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, retailers could add more than 800,000 seasonal workers in the last three months of the year. The last time that happened was in 1999. John A. ...Read More »
Bill Ray Tile By Clip Syndicate The new trends in tile... including tile that looks like wood. Get to know the experts that have been in the business for more than 50 years. ...Read More »
Hours From Independence? Polls Close In Scotland By Clip Syndicate Polls closed in the Scottish independence referendum Thursday, with officials expecting a record turnout in the decision on whether to split from the United Kingdom after 307 years. Polling stations were busy right up until the close of voting with the final result not expected until early Friday morning. In Scotland's largest city, Glasgow, more than 200 polling places were open for business, containing a total of 483 ballot boxes. ...Read More »
Prepare For Liftoff: Alibaba Is The 'anti-Facebook' IPO By Clip Syndicate The Alibaba IPO is going to be huge -- in case you hadn't already heard. But for all the focus on how this is likely to be the biggest public offering in history, there's very little chatter about the opportunity for this to be an old-fashioned, 1990s-dot.com style blowout IPO. Assuming the offering prices near its expected range of $66 to $68 per share, it's not hard to imagine the stock trading well above $100 on its first day of trading Friday. Expect terms like "blowout" and "spectacular" and "bubble-like" to be heard. In many ways, Alibaba is the anti-Facebook IPO. Facebook, of course, struggled mightily on its first day of trading amid technical glitches and an avalanche of insider selling, closing up a mere 23 cents from its offered price of $38.

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Microsoft Calls On U.S. FCC To Approve AT&T's Bid For DirecTV By Clip Syndicate Microsoft urged the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday to approve AT&T's Inc $48.5 billion bid for DirecTV, saying in a filing that the acquisition is crucial to expanding Americans' access to the internet. The letter, which was dated Sept. 16 and released publicly on Thursday, comes as the FCC conducts a formal review of the merger. The commission is expected to reply to public comments on Oct. 16. ...Read More »
GoPro's Extreme Maneuver By Clip Syndicate Investors seem to love new gadgets. Apple, for instance, has seen its stock jump more than 34% in six-month period leading up to Friday's iPhone 6 launch. Then there is GoPro, the best-selling video-camera brand in the U.S., according to NPD. The company has said nothing of its next release—aside from Chief Executive Nick Woodman calling it "a big one." Investors have taken him at his word, bidding the stock up nearly 80% since he made that statement at an investment conference last month.

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Apple's New Privacy Pledge Holds Up By Clip Syndicate In the letter, Cook obliquely attacked his recently designated top rival Google and promised Apple deeply respected the privacy of its customers’ personal information. Cook wrote, “A few years ago, users of Internet services began to realize that when an online service is free, you’re not the customer." “You’re the product. But at Apple, we believe a great customer experience shouldn’t come at the expense of your privacy.” That’s been a rallying cry of Apple fans for ages. ...Read More »
Exclusive: China's Wanxiang To Relaunch Fisker Karma Car With 2012 Design By Clip Syndicate People close to the companies said that Chinese auto parts producer Wanxiang Group, which bought stylish electric car pioneer Fisker Automotive from bankruptcy, is accelerating the relaunch of Fisker's Karma hybrid luxury car by using a design from the company's last year of production. According to sources, the "new" Karma that California-based Fisker, acquired by Wanxiang earlier this year, is rushing to finish is based largely on the 2012 model. ...Read More »
Ryan Gosling's Mom, Sister Visit Newborn Baby Girl By Clip Syndicate Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes' families couldn't wait to meet their little girl! On Wednesday, Ryan's mom, Donna Gosling, and sister, Mandi Gosling, came by his L.A. pad to spend some time with baby Gos and her parents.

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