Technology

Los Angeles Times’ Sal Rodriguez on tech reporting

Salvador Rodriguez graduated from Arizona State University just in 2012, but he’s already made a name

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Analog Man: Going off the grid to gain sanity

I spent two weeks this month as an analog, living much the way I did until

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Story ideas: Robots replacing workers?

For many people, the term “robot” still calls to mind Transformers, the bustling maid from The Jetsons or

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Coupon trends show more digital discounts

Buyers love a bargain, and indeed it seems that U.S. consumers have become conditioned to withhold

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Companies woo consumers as cable alternatives expand

As the season of self-indulgence draws near to a close, many consumers who splurged over the summer

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Find a consumer story in the amusement park industry

The shrieks from roller-coaster cars and the splashes of flume rides are as much a part

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Inside the business of pets

Amid the doom and gloom of sequestration, a pending jobs report that likely will be tepid

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Brush up on the cleaning and junk-removal industries

Earlier this spring a local web developer made a surprising observation:  The owner of a commercial

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CNNMoney’s Laurie Segall got story on Twitter staff exodus

Laurie Segall’s article for CNNMoney gets right to the point with its headline: “What’s really behind

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Reynolds Chair Alan Deutschman says risk-taking set Steve Jobs apart

Alan Deutschman, Reynolds Chair of Business Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, is interviewed about

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