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Man named James Kirk turns home into Enterprise replica

A perfectly logical chain of events Yes, there’s a man in the Sunset named James T. Kirk, and yes, he’s turned part of his home into a replica of the bridge of the original USS Enterprise as it first appeared on TV screens in 1966. It...Show More Summary

Halloween Grows Up: Haunted Hayride Creator Melissa Carbone On The Haunted House Industry

Haunted houses have been a staple of American culture for almost as long as Halloween has been celebrated in this country. However, in the past few years it’s become big business.

Inside The Business Of Bon Jovi With Bryan Reesman

Author Bryan Reesman gives the inside scoop on New Jersey's biggest export.

PM Funds Roundup: Janus Sees $2B In Outflows; Infrastructure ETF Election Boost

Investors yanked $2 billion from Janus Capital (JNS) last quarter. Sarah Krouse, The Wall Street Journal. Getty Images Libor rates are high enough that even if the Fed raises rates, it might not have to increase the rate it pays banks to hold their cash. Amey Stone, Rhode Island is withdrawing money from seven […]

Trump's message to rally in Israel: 'We will stand up to the enemies like Iran'

Campaign 2016 updates: Showdown between Newt Gingrich and Megyn Kelly gets heated Oct. 26, 2016, 2:17 p.m. Hillary Clinton continues to campaign in Florida on Wednesday. Donald Trump stops at his hotel in Washington, D.C. before heading to North Carolina.Newt Gingrich tells Megyn Kelly she's "fascinated...

Chipotle Gave Up on Its Southeast Asian Chain. Will Its New Burger Chain Boost Its Struggling Business?

This post originally appeared on Business Insider. One day after reporting disappointing quarterly sales, Chipotle announced that it was a day away from opening the first location of its new burger concept, Tasty Made. The new eatery will open in Lancaster, Ohio, on Thursday, Oct. Show More Summary

Tesla beats expectations, posts first quarterly profit in three years

Tesla proved naysayers wrong Wednesday, posting a profit for the third quarter — its first profitable quarter since early 2013. A near doubling of revenue and a much lower growth in expenses produced the positive net income of $111.4 million, or 71 cents a share, when adjusted for one-time events....

LivingSocial was once worth $6 billion — now its main competitor is buying it for a 'non-material' amount (GRPN)

Oh, how times change. Daily-deals site LivingSocial is being purchased by its chief competitor, Groupon, for a "non-material" amount. Groupon announced the purchase during its quarterly earnings report on Wednesday. The deal is expected...Show More Summary

'El Chapo' said to be depressed in prison, complaining of 'psychological torture'

Convicted drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is depressed and suffering hallucinations and memory loss because of harsh conditions in the Mexican prison where he is jailed, according to his lawyers and a psychiatrist who recently visited him.  Guzman, the head of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel,...

5 Good Reasons to Stop Using Spreadsheets

Is it time to stop using spreadsheets in your small business? The rise of specialized and automated solutions just might signal the end of spreadsheets.

Are classes offered by HGTV 'Flip or Flop' stars a sham?

You can probably guess the answer Tarek and Christina El Moussa, the loveably entitled Orange County residents and stars of HGTV’s Flip or Flop, are at the center of controversy over pricey real estate classes supposedly overseen byShow More Summary

Caught On Tape: ISIS Destroys Abrams Tank With Anti-Tank Missile

With so much chatter about 'cyber-war', we thought a gentle reminder of what real 'kinetic-war' looks like... A Russian-made anti-tank missile reportedly obliterated a US-made Abrams tank involved in the offensive on the terrorist-held city of Mosul, Iraq. Show More Summary

Tesla is gearing up to spend $1 billion in the fourth quarter (TSLA)

Tesla stunned Wall Street on Wednesday when it reported a substantial third-quarter profit, revenues that were higher than expected and said it expect to hit vehicle delivery targets. CEO Elon Musk had earlier this year pleaded withShow More Summary

Berkeley mini-Tudor asks $985K

Long live the king On Monday we saw a truly royal Tudor in Pacific Heights, hidden from the public for years but now yours to own for a king’s ransom of $14 million. Since not everyone is a $14 million Pac Heights kind of buyer (sadly), we’ve found an addendum of sorts on the other side of the bay in Berkeley. It’s got that same Tudor grandeur. Show More Summary

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