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  A market research firm says U.S. retail sales of video game hardware, software and accessories dropped 10 in June to $995 million compared with the same month a year ago.

Video game retail sales drop 10 percent

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  AT&T's $39 billion bid for T-Mobile is a deal that consumer advocates hate but labor unions love. And that puts the Obama administration squarely between two powerful constituencies that typically support Democratic presidential candidates.

Obama caught in the middle of phone company mergers

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  China, the world's second-largest corn user, may more than double purchases to a record as it seeks to boost stockpiles and cool the fastest inflation in three years.

Corn imports by China more than double

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  Europe's escalating debt crisis is on the verge of engulfing by far its biggest victim: Italy, the world's seventh-largest economy, whose sheer size could thwart any international attempt to bail it out.

Debt crisis threatens Italy

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  French banks, including BNP Paribas and Credit Agricole, have the most at risk from the euro-region's debt crisis infecting Europe's largest borrower, Italy.

French banks on front line of Italian risk

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  Apple Inc has filed a U.S. trade complaint to block Samsung Electronics Co from importing a variety of electronic devices, less than one week after Samsung sought to stop imports of Apple's popular iPads and iPhones.

Apple files complaint against Samsung

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:49 PM

  We all know that a major criticism of teacher's unions is that they seem to protect tenured staff who have lost their passion and are "running out the clock" until retirement. A concern of mine is the abuse of union power especially when it affects...

Unions don't put kids first

Updated: 7/15/2011 10:09 PM

  I live in a small neighborhood (Waterview Estates) in Round Lake Park. The neighborhood is a large circle. Houses on the outer part of the circle had power after last week's storm. Houses in the inner circle were without power. It was nice to see...

Neighborliness is special in hard times

Updated: 7/15/2011 10:09 PM

  Knowing that the public reacts to inflation by voting out politicians, they do anything to keep us from realizing how markedly inflation has been eating away at our earnings and savings over the decades.

Inflation measurements are deceptive

Updated: 7/15/2011 10:09 PM

  A few short years ago a Republican Congress under a Republican president led us into two unfunded wars, an unfunded Medicare drug benefit and tax cuts for the super rich. The vice-president at that time responded "deficits don't mean anything,...

Recovery requires shared sacrifice

Updated: 7/15/2011 10:09 PM

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