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7 Business Battles That Bruised Consumers in 2012

Companies get into fights all the time: in the courts, through their advertising, in contract negotiations with partners, and even with their own workers. To some extent, it's just business as usual -- but when those fights escalate, it's often consumers who feel the pain.

NBA Lockout's an Economic Air Ball for Other Sports

When it comes to the profit side of the pro basketball lockout, nobody wins -- except maybe basketball fans' savings accounts. Those fans and the money that the now-shuttered NBA stands to lose will not migrate to another sport.

10 Ways Sports Teams Could Lower Ticket Prices

The owners of Boston's Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins recently held a panel to discuss ways to cut ticket prices for the average fan -- and came up with virtually nothing. So DailyFinance asked experts and fans for creative ways to push ticket prices down. Here are the 10 best we heard.

America's Best Cities for Telecommuters

With high-speed Internet access becoming ubiquitous, today's telecommuters can live almost anywhere. DailyFinance has gone hunting for the cities that offer the best combination of urban goodies, charm, culture and recreation, at prices that New Yorkers and Angelenos would envy.

Media Flash: Stanley Cup Scores Best Ratings in 36 Years

Fans of the Chicago Blackhawks aren't the only ones celebrating their Stanley Cup victory. NBC Sports says the game that decided the National Hockey League champion attracted an overnight rating of 5.8 and a 10 share, the best showing in 36 years.

Tap runs dry for Molson retirees

Retirees from Molson Brewing Company in Canada are learning that their retirement benefits are being cut and the worst news is that they can't even...