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  • When states win lawsuits, where does the money go?

    WASHINGTON Connecticut soon will get $36 million of a $1.37 billion legal settlement with Standard & Poor's, resolving allegations that the credit ratings agency misled investors in rating mortgage-backed securities in the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis.
  • Study warns of pension problems but workers' group decries backers' conservatism

    A study by a Tustin-based think tank recently ranked Costa Mesa near the top of California cities facing financial strain for their pension obligations, but an association representing public employees dismissed the report, asserting that the study was...

    State controller wants details about Edison pay after San Onofre deal

    State controller wants details about Edison pay after San Onofre deal
    State Controller Betty Yee is asking top Southern California Edison executives for information about their pay increases over the last two years at a time the company was facing soaring costs of permanently closing its San Onofre nuclear power plant....

    California to spend $20 million on building part of 'hydrogen highway'

    It's been more than a decade since former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger regularly talked about his dream of building a "hydrogen highway" that would speed fleets of non-polluting cars from Mexico to Canada. The vision never materialized anywhere other than...

    McGraw Hill reports 4Q loss, hobbled by legal charges, but adjusted earnings top expectations

    McGraw Hill Financial Inc. reported a fourth-quarter loss of $846 million, reflecting hefty legal and restructuring charges. Its results excluding one-time items surpassed Wall Street expectations. The owner of the ratings agency Standard & Poor's said...