Yahoo Deal Shows Power Shift
Yahoo has agreed to pay $1.1 billion for Tumblr, a six-year-old company with more than 100 million users but very little revenue, a deal that highlights the shifting balance of power in the technology business.
Wanted: Miners in Brazil for Anglo American
While rising labor costs have become almost routine for global mining firms locals in Brazil have been willing to take lower-level jobs such as operating a conveyor belt or maintaining machines for less than $10,000 a year.
Chesapeake Taps Lawler as CEO
Chesapeake Energy tapped Robert Douglas Lawler, a 46-year-old executive at Anadarko Petroleum, to succeed Chesapeake co-founder Aubrey McClendon as CEO of the nation's second-largest natural-gas producer.
Xbox Girds for a Smartphone Battle
What's underneath the hood of the latest Xbox videogame console represents a multiyear odyssey of trying to figure out how to keep the machine "cool" in the age of smartphones and tablets.
States Bank On Online Sales Tax
Congress hasn't yet agreed to end tax-free shopping on the Internet, but some states already are planning how they'll spend the money.
Dreamliner's Other Issues Get Attention
Boeing and its customers are refocusing on fixing more technical issues that affect the reliability of the 787 jet, as the aircraft resumes commercial flights after battery woes that led to a global grounding.
Stephen King Says No to E-Book
Stephen King has no plans for a digital edition of his new book, "Joyland," hoping to get more people to shop for it in a physical bookstore.
An Independent Scotland Risks Financial Shocks
An independent Scotland would have banking assets worth more than 1,250% of Scottish gross domestic product, putting taxpayers at significant risk in the event of another banking crisis, the U.K. Treasury said Sunday.
For Multinationals, Europe Is Soft Spot
Soft European markets were a consistent and negative theme of the first-quarter results from big U.S. industrial companies, and concerns about further deterioration are expected to be a key topic at the annual conference that starts Monday.
Sandy's Effects Likely to Lift Home Depot, Lowe's
This week, when Home Depot and Lowe's report fiscal first-quarter results, the reconstruction phase from last year's superstorm Sandy will be looming large as cooler-than-normal temperatures delay spring selling.
Homer-Laughlin Mixing Bowl,
cream color, blue stripe, 9" wide,
4" high, made in USA -$20
Wall Mirror Set,
3 parts, 21" long, each 7 1/2" wide
-$11 for set
Cornflower design, never used -
Pie Plate, 9"
Monday May 13th
Dr. Gabe Mirkin
Dr. Gabe Mirkin on Fitness & Health Facebook page
Dr. Mirkin on Twitter
Tuesday May 14th
Guest Cohost David Ickes
Wednesday May 15th
2013 Blair County Arts Festival