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  • Massachusetts House approves of plan to close state's $768M budget gap

    The Democratic-controlled Massachusetts House on Wednesday approved the bulk of a plan offered by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker to close a projected $768 million shortfall in the state budget. The deficit-reduction package was passed on a near...
  • Protesters decry Walker budget cuts at UW-Madison rally

    Several hundred University of Wisconsin-Madison students, faculty and staffers braved subzero temperatures to protest Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to cut $300 million over the next two years from the UW system. They rallied on campus Saturday on the...
  • Campbell's to cut jobs, mum on details

    PHILADELPHIA Campbell Soup Co. plans to cut at least $200 million in expenses over three years, with a little less than a third of the savings expected to come from an unspecified number of job cuts, the Camden, N.J., food company said Wednesday at an...
  • United Stationers plans layoffs, name change to 'Essendant'

    United Stationers plans layoffs, name change to 'Essendant'
    United Stationers plans to reposition itself with a new name, a more digital focus and fewer employees. The Deerfield-based company, a 93-year-old wholesaler of technology, office products and cleaning supplies, will take the name Essendant in June,...
  • Express Scripts lays off 380 workers nationwide

    ST. LOUIS Express Scripts Holding Co., the nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager, eliminated 380 positions Tuesday. Affected employees were notified Tuesday, Brian Henry, spokesman for Express Scripts, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. "The focus...
  • Citrix plans 900 layoffs

    Citrix plans 900 layoffs
    Citrix Systems plans 900 layoffs after seeing lower income last year, but the maker of "work anywhere" software increased revenue 8 percent in 2014, the company announced Wednesday. About 700 full-time and 200 contractor positions are expected to be...
  • Employment in California's oil towns suffers as prices plunge

    Employment in California's oil towns suffers as prices plunge
    Many Californians cheer the rapid fall of gasoline prices. They’re taking extra vacations or padding their savings accounts. Businesses are cutting transportation and production costs, pocketing more profit in the process. But for those who rely...
  • Hey, GOP: Using Carly Fiorina to attack Hillary Clinton could backfire

    Hey, GOP: Using Carly Fiorina to attack Hillary Clinton could backfire
    After watching some of the speeches delivered by would-be Republican presidential contenders over the weekend at Iowa Rep. Steve King’s conservative confab in Des Moines, I got to wondering how long it will take Republicans to field a female...
  • Layoffs: Communications firm cuts 62 jobs in Maitland

    Layoffs: Communications firm cuts 62 jobs in Maitland
    The Maitland office of Windstream Communications told 62 people on Thursday they will lose their jobs. The cuts represent about 23 percent of the 260 total staff at the office. Layoffs will start in March and be completed by the end of May,...
  • Hogan plan would cut budgets for years to come

    Beyond spending cuts for next year, Gov. Larry Hogan is asking the General Assembly for an array of permanent, long-term budget reductions — for public schools, private colleges, libraries and economic development aid for farmers. The sweeping...
  • Counties reconsider stormwater fees

    Counties reconsider stormwater fees
    In Frederick County, property owners pay just a penny per year for stormwater fees. Carroll County residents pay nothing. Harford County just repealed its stormwater fees and Baltimore County is poised to cut its fees by a third. And Howard County's new...