Don't like the lines at the post office? USPS management wants to a retailer that just closed 12 percent of its stores.
The iPad may be bad news for office supply stores, but it's helping out cities they inhabit.
Speaking of the free passes Romney may be getting—and, for that matter, of financial engineering—there’s another slightly-dodgy Romney formulation that hasn’t gotten much pushback so far: the distinction between “venture capital” and “private equity.” Venture capitalists typically provide money to very young firms to help them get off the ground in exchange for an ownership stake. Private equity firms typically provide money to more established firms, often those that have run into problems, also in exchange for an ownership stake.