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  • Film Review: 'Champ of the Camp'

    Subcontinental laborers in Dubai find distraction from hardships via musical contests in Mahmoud Kaabour's slick and enjoyable docu "Champ of the Camp." The title is also the name of the competition, in which teams from 70 labor camps test their knowledge...
  • Probe of BART worker deaths spurs 'urgent' safety recommendations

    Probe of BART worker deaths spurs 'urgent' safety recommendations
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The National Transportation Safety Board on Thursday issued “urgent” safety recommendations to the Federal Transit Administration as part of its ongoing probe of the deaths of two Bay Area Rapid Transit track workers struck by...
  • A glittering holiday tradition

    A glittering holiday tradition
    For the Douglas clan of Nottingham, the most magical time of the year doesn't start until they spend a morning oohing and ahhing their way through the aisles of the glittering winter wonderland that is the annual Christmas display and sale at Valley...
  • Aetna CEO: Public, Private Exchanges Are Future Of Health Care

    FARMINGTON — Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark T. Bertolini said Thursday that the steep rate of medical inflation is changing the heath insurance marketplace from a business-to-business model to a retail market shared by private as well as public...
  • Canada high court strikes down laws against prostitution

    The Supreme Court of Canada unanimously struck down three laws against prostitution in a landmark ruling Friday, deeming the bans on visiting brothels, living off a prostitute's proceeds and public solicitation "overly broad" and potentially dangerous for...
  • Dropbox, a hit with consumers, is now going after business market

    Dropbox, a hit with consumers, is now going after business market
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Dropbox is already a hit with consumers. Now it's looking to corner the business market. The online storage service already has 200 million users who save more than 1 billion files in Dropbox every day, Chief Executive Drew Houston...
  • Lawmakers press for federal FSA carry-over

    Senate Democrats are pressing the Office of Personnel Management to allow federal workers to carry over a portion of their health savings accounts into the next year. Roughly 322,700 federal employees are enrolled in the flexible spending accounts, or...
  • Six-Figure State University Retiree Wants More

    The retired chancellor of the Connecticut State University System, David G. Carter, is receiving a lifetime pension of nearly $200,000 a year -- but he has filed an appeal saying that he deserves $367,000 annually. "Dr. Carter's entitlements have been...
  • Diaco To Keep Only 1 Of UConn's Current Football Coaches

     Diaco To Keep Only 1 Of UConn's Current Football Coaches
    Bob Diaco, introduced as the UConn football coach last week, returned to campus Monday and met with all nine assistants, deciding to retain one — Mike Foley, who just completed his eighth season at UConn. "Through all the counsel and everyone that...
  • Let GLAZA market the L.A. Zoo

     Let GLAZA market the L.A. Zoo
    If you live in or near Los Angeles, you've probably seen television ads and billboards for the zoo. The San Diego Zoo, that is. While that zoo's marketing reach goes well beyond the borders of its city, the Los Angeles Zoo has a history of barely...
  • Workers' comp rates to rise next year

    Workers' comp rates to rise next year
    SACRAMENTO — Employers, especially owners of small businesses, are about to see increases in their workers' compensation insurance bills. Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones looked at the $14-billion-a-year market and advised that premium...