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  • Viacom announces layoffs, $785M in expenses

    Viacom announces layoffs, $785M in expenses
    Media giant Viacom Inc. on Monday announced a round of layoffs and restructuring that will result in it booking $785 million in special expenses in its recently ended quarter. A Viacom spokesman declined to say how many people would be laid off. The New...
  • New Casinos Will Cost Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods $703 Million

    New Casinos Will Cost Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods $703 Million
    Connecticut's two casinos stand to lose $703 million a year, and annual state slot revenues could drop by $100 million, once four new casinos are up and running in New York and Massachusetts in 2019, a new report says. The out-of-state competition...
  • Thornton tells lawmakers city schools will lay off 100 central office staff

    Thornton tells lawmakers city schools will lay off 100 central office staff
    Baltimore city schools CEO Gregory Thornton told state lawmakers Friday that about 100 employees will lose their jobs at the end of the school year in his plan to close a $108 million deficit. During a briefing Friday with the city delegation —...
  • Jobs being cut, moved at Polk Audio

    Jobs being cut, moved at Polk Audio
    Polk Audio's presence on its native Baltimore turf is shrinking again. The company that makes speakers and headphones for home sound systems will lose about half of its workforce of more than 80 people in a reorganization by its parent company Sound...
  • Plainfield, Bolingbrook could lose up to $5.5M in state funding plan

    Bolingbrook and Plainfield stand to lose $5.5 million total in state income tax revenue if Gov. Bruce Rauner's budget proposal for the next fiscal year becomes reality. Towns across the state are bracing themselves for a potentially massive cut in...
  • Mattel lays off 107 workers

    Mattel lays off 107 workers
    Toy maker Mattel Inc. has laid off 107 employees at its El Segundo headquarters, a few months after its chief executive abruptly resigned following a disappointing holiday season. Mattel spokesman Alex Clark said the layoffs were spread across...
  • Norco in accord over voting machine delivery

    Norco in accord over voting machine delivery
    The Northampton County Election Commission signed off Thursday on having employees deliver voting machines to polling places this year, a change that county officials say could save at least $20,000. By a 3-1 vote, the commission agreed with the...
  • Disney Magical Express contractor files layoff notice for 204

    Disney Magical Express contractor files layoff notice for 204
    About 200 contractor employees that run Disney’s Magical Express are facing transition as a new company takes over the contract on June 1. Orlando-based Bags Inc. won a new contract with Disney in competitive bidding recently, displacing...
  • Former UBS Employee's Retaliation Case Goes To CT Supreme Court

    Former UBS Employee's Retaliation Case Goes To CT Supreme Court
    HARTFORD — Did Richard Trusz risk his career to stand up for UBS investors such as public pension funds, as commercial real estate prices hit the peak and then started to fall in 2008? Trusz, 58, lost his managing director job at UBS in Hartford...
  • Rauner asks mayors to support 'turnaround agenda'

    Rauner asks mayors to support 'turnaround agenda'
    Gov. Bruce Rauner is personally meeting with mayors throughout the state in an effort to get them to support his "turnaround agenda" for Illinois and put pressure on the legislature. But according to Southland mayors I spoke with, the governor is...
  • Lawmakers face difficult decisions in making new budget

    We're in the final two weeks of this year's Maryland General Assembly meeting and so far it's been one of the quietest 90-day sessions of recent years. By next week, lawmakers must agree on a budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1. There will...