• Time Ticks For Sports Authority Following Chapter 11 Filing
    Like an aging and out-of-shape athlete in a game increasingly dominated by upstarts with speed and agility, The Sports Authority is struggling to either stay in the game in a diminished role or retire gracefully. The Englewood, Colo.-based chain of 463 stores in 40 states and Puerto Rico filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Delaware yesterday,
  • AT&T's DirecTV Slings Out Three Options For Cord Cutters
    AT&T's DirecTV announced plans to pursue untethered Millennials - and penny-pinching others - with three new options for streaming video content from any provider on any Internet-enabled device starting in the fourth quarter. But details on one key element - pricing - were not revealed other than to say it would be "competitive."
  • Pending Home Sales Slow But It's The Year Of The Fire Money
    A January slowdown in signed contracts for the sale of existing homes is being pegged to low inventory rather than being any sign of a faltering economy.
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