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Technology has killed the classic jewelry store

Online shopping and the demand for high tech gadgets has replaced the need of new and existing jewelry stores. While not yet completely gone, jewelry stores could soon become a thing of the past.

Driver education going by way of Internet

One of the newest education niches to go online is that of diver’s education. With something that takes a lot of hands on training, can driver’s education break through into the world of online education?

Report: Fiat Chrysler company offered merger to GM

Detroit - The largest U.S. automaker refused to even consider an offer to merge with Fiat Chrysler earlier this year, according to published reports.

'Tomorrowland' pulls past 'Pitch Perfect 2'

UPDATE: 5.25.15 - It was a weekend when the numbers needed to be updated. "Tomrrowland" took in $41.74 million while "Pitch Perfect 2" grabbed $38.5 million for the four-day holiday weekend.

BlackBerry announces global layoffs in next stage of turnaround

Phone company BlackBerry has announced that it will be starting off a new wave of layoffs as it progresses into the next stage of its ongoing turnaround strategy. The company's success has fallen dramatically in the face of powerful smartphone rivals.

'Tomorrowland' likely to unseat 'Pitch Perfect 2'

As "Pitch Perfect 2" enters its second weekend, it will be interesting to see how much it drops. Sure, that does not sound like a positive start to a box office report, but that is one headline going into the weekend.

'Pitch Perfect 2' wins while 'Age of Ultron' goes over $1 billion

"Pitch Perfect 2" took the stage and kicked "Max Mad: Fury Road" to the curb. The box office took off in fine fashion as the summer season rolls along.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' takes on 'Pitch Perfect 2'

It will be a demographic war at the weekend box office, with the end result being a new winner on top. "Pitch Perfect 2" and "Mad Max: Fury Road" open wide.

How female entrepreneurs are taking over Canada

Since the financial crisis a few years ago, Canadian women have been leading the charge into entrepreneurship. A new report have highlighted that it’s a boon for the economy when women start businesses.

Op-Ed: Is alternative finance a silver bullet for SMEs seeking funding?

Alternative finance is the small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) world’s latest buzz term, promising companies a flexible recourse from a financial landscape dominated for too long by the shrinking availability of bank loans.

No films close to 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' as it wins again

It was another crushing victory for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" at the box office. But, fair or not, it is being compared to the original movie.

'Hot Pursuit' chases 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

No new film will contend for the weekend box office as "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will dominate once again. It is blazing a trail and is still strong.

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' wins but not as big as expected

UPDATE: With such a big opening, movie grosses always have to be tweaked from the Sunday first look. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" added some to its total. The new figure is now $191.3 million. It still did not beat "Avengers" for three-day opening record.

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' marks superhero invasion

The easiest prediction that will take place this weekend is that "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will win the box office. With that out of the way, now comes the tricky part.

Nearly 10 menu items no longer available at McDonald's

Fast food giant McDonald's has reduced the size of its menu by close to 10 items in an effort to more efficiently serve its patrons.

'Furious 7' wins again; goes over $1 billion overseas, too

Not only did "Furious 7" win at the box office again, the news overseas may be the better headline of the weekend. "Furious 7" held off "Age of Adaline" for its fourth win.

Movie news: 'Furious 8' is on and a mutiny on Adam Sandler's set

As the Hollywood summer season looms (starts May 1), news sometimes comes fast and furious. OK, that was too easy to write, but movie news is out and about in a big way right now.

'Furious 7' shoots for No. 4; 'Age of Adaline' goes for romance

All box office eyes are turning the way of "Avengers: Age of Ultron." So, now, let the weekend take a little dip to get ready. Sure, a slow down is not always great for theater owners, but a lull is here.

Inside the future of payroll technology

If there’s one way to inadvertently drive your business into the ground it’s by making mistakes on how you pay people—or by failing to pay them at all.

Robert Downey Jr walks out of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' interview

In what was supposed to be an easy interview about "Avengers: Age of Ultron" for Robert Downey Jr., it turned out to be much more.

'Furious 7' outlasts 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' for its third win

It happened again. Not only did "Furious 7" win the box office, it did so by beating estimates. That seems to be a trend these days at the movies.

'Furious 7' drives past $1 billion

It only took "Furious 7" 17 days to pass the coveted $1 billion mark, worldwide. In doing so, it is in the company of only a handful of films.

'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' tries to arrest 'Furious 7'

As "Furious 7" continues to drive the box office, a mall cop will try to end its run. The end result could be tricky, and surprise some.

Atlantic City fines bankrupt casino-hotel for losing power

Atlantic City - The empty Revel casino-hotel has already been fined $20,000 and will continue to be fined $5,000 a day by the city of Atlantic City until it gets electric service restored, officials said.

Plenty of gas in the tank for 'Furious 7'

It is nowhere near the finish line and "Furious 7" cruised in its second weekend out at the box office. It was the best second weekend total for April, too.

'Furious 7' is still in the fast lane

It will be smooth driving once again for "Furious 7" at the box office. The second weekend for the fast-paced film sees no sign of slowing down.

HSBC says facing French criminal probe over 'SwissLeaks'

London - British banking giant HSBC said Thursday it is facing a French criminal probe over its Swiss private banking arm, weeks after "SwissLeaks" allegations it had helped clients hide billions from the taxman.

'Furious 7' races to April record

"Furious 7" was unmatched and had no competition as it raced to a box office bonanza. It set an April opening record along the way.

'Furious 7' will leave the rest in its dust

There is no question that "Furious 7" will win the weekend box office battle. In fact, there will be no battle. It will be so easy that the only thing to do is track how much it makes.

'Get Hard' takes on 'Home' and it should be close

When an animated movie gets released, it is usually an easy pick to win that particular weekend. But, not this time with "Home." It may win, but it will not be an easy one.
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