Although he’s had a driver’s license for 12 years now, it’s never happened before that my son and I were driving the same car at the same time. But when he came up for Easter there were two nearly identical Subaru Impreza wagons in the driveway. His had fabric seats, a five-speed gearbox and a clutch pedal, and was coated with dog hair; mine was the Sport version, with leather and the CVT transmission, and was squeaky-clean. So what do you really like about your car, I asked?
In the newsTarget CEO and president Gregg Steinhafel resigned this morning. The move comes not long after a massive data breach hurt the retailer during the crucial holiday season. Steinhafel, who has been with...
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