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In the march issue of the Atlantic magazine, sandwiched between an article about Chinese Internet technology and a review of modernist art criticism, lies a seven-page essay called "Marry Him! The Case for Settling." Its author is Lori Gottlieb, a 40-...
Chicago Tribune staff reporterA photo credit accompanying this story contains corrected material, published Feb. 3, 2008. I often dip my feet into two opposing worlds: recycling at home, but not always at work; drinking soy milk, but still indulging in ice cream; practicing...
Tribune staff reportersUntil it collapsed in a financial crisis this spring, Simplicity Inc. was a case study in how companies can prosper in an increasingly globalized economy. In eight years' time, Simplicity's sales rocketed from about $350,000 to $70 million as it imported...
Tags: Consumers, Parenting, Medical Specialization, Nursing, Georgia
Daily PressAs you'll find out when you're shopping for a stroller, there's a wide price range among types and brands. What makes one stroller worth $100 and another $750? Several things drive up the price. Higher-end strollers are usually made of high-grade,...
Tags: Services and Shopping
Sun ReporterAfter four years of construction along its main drag, Rehoboth Beach is especially ready for its annual seasonal close-up. There's a refurbished bandstand at the boardwalk for evening concerts, a new high-end hotel scheduled to open by the end of the...
The old joke says parents carry pictures of their children in their wallets -- where their money used to be. Babies are expensive. But many parents spend far more money than they need to. The reason is easy to guess -- having a baby is among the most...
Tags: Consumers, Vehicles, Finance, Breast, Tribune Company
Chicago Tribune reporterToys "R" Us Inc., one of the nation's biggest retailers of nursery furniture, is forcing cribmakers to build sturdier products to avoid a potentially deadly hazard. Asserting that government and industry safety rules don't protect children from the...
Tags: Consumers, Death, Toys, Children, Health and Safety at School
Chicago Tribune reportersFederal regulators on Thursday night directed retailers across the country to stop selling and to recall nearly 900,000 dangerous bassinets, one of the largest child product safety actions in years. The move followed a day of confusion for consumers,...
May 21, 2009 I LOVE ... ... the colorful spring flowers planted at City Hall and the Daley Center. It gives me a "lift." -- Barbara Rieffel, Chicago . . . Phil, the Navy Pier trolley driver, who befriends every passenger and is such a wonderful...
Tribune staff reporterIf all car seats sold today meet federal safety standards, how does a consumer decide which seat to buy from among the many models on the market? There is no single authoritative place to find car seat rankings or advice before purchasing a seat, but...
Allentown Morning CallThe old joke says parents carry pictures of their children in their wallets--where their money used to be. Babies are expensive. But many parents spend far more money than they need to. The reason is easy to guess--having a baby is among the most...
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