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  • Aereo bankruptcy: Streaming startup will keep operating, but how?

    Aereo says that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, saying an unfavorable ruling by the US Supreme Court was too difficult to overcome. Aerop made waves earlier this year by letting people record and stream broadcast TV online. 

  • Wal-Mart defends food drive for employees, amid criticism

    Walmart came under fire yesterday after a labor group posted an image showing a food drive for employees at an Oklahoma store. A Walmart spokeswoman responded that the retailer, which is frequently the subject of attack over its pay practices, never plans such events at the corporate level.

  • Black Friday 2014: Your complete step-by-step guide

    Black Friday, the biggest and most-hyped shopping holiday of the year, is approaching faster than ever. But whether you're heading out to shop Thursday, Friday, or skipping the crowds altogether and shopping online for Cyber Monday, our friends at are here to help you get the most out of Black Friday 2014. 

  • In Gear Diesel-powered Chevy Colorado ZR2 debuts at LA Auto Show

    Chevy is really selling its 2015 Colorado mid-size pickup truck as a lifestyle vehicle. After unveiling customized Colorados at the Texas State Fair and SEMA, it brought yet another Colorado-based concept, the diesel-powered ZR2, to the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.

  • The Bite McDonald's pledges to simplify, localize, and customize

    After its dire third quarter sales report, McDonald's is embarking on a new initiative to customize and provide more choices to its consumers. The 'Create Your Taste' customization kiosks testing is taking place in Australia and will be in three US markets by the end of next year.