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  • The Grove reports layoffs, will hire new management firm

    The Grove reports layoffs, will hire new management firm
    The Grove Country Club reported to the Illinois Department of Labor that there will be layoffs Dec. 31. However, 100 percent of the staff will be rehired Jan. 1, according to John Weiss, the managing general partner of the Long Grove country club’...
  • Time Warner easily beats Wall Street's expectations

    Time Warner Inc. reported third-quarter results that sailed past Wall Street projections as the media giant garnered higher fees for its television channels and movies. The New York company posted third-quarter profit, after stripping out one-time items...
  • Four-week average of initial unemployment claims falls to 14-year low

    Four-week average of initial unemployment claims falls to 14-year low
    Initial unemployment claims fell last week, dropping the average over the previous month to its lowest level in 14 years, the Labor Department said Thursday. About 278,000 people filed for first-time unemployment benefits, down 10,000 from the...
  • Repealing medical device tax at top of agenda for Republican Congress

    Repealing medical device tax at top of agenda for Republican Congress
    As Republicans eagerly outline their plans for next year's GOP-controlled Congress, an item near and dear to some of the region's larger employers is the first thing on their lists: repealing the medical device tax. Jettisoning the tax, which helps fund...
  • $12.5 billion in tax breaks looking safe in Virginia

    $12.5 billion in tax breaks looking safe in Virginia
    A legislative review of tax breaks sprinkled throughout Virginia law is inching along with little prospect of ending any of these breaks any time soon. Gov. Terry McAuliffe may get into the game later this year as he crafts a new budget proposal, but...
  • Water district considers using storm money for pay increases

    Water district considers using storm money for pay increases
    Taxpayer money intended for hurricane recovery could possibly be used to boost pay at the South Florida Water Management District, according to a district proposal. While that could clash with rules for how to use money from the Federal Emergency...
  • Metra approves fare increase

    Metra approves fare increase
    Metra's board Friday unanimously approved a fare hike averaging nearly 11 percent starting in February, but not without a note of dissent over the size of the increase. That challenge was withdrawn, however, when Chairman Martin Oberman directed Metra'...
  • After Hogan victory, local governments look to cut taxes and fees

    After Hogan victory, local governments look to cut taxes and fees
    In Anne Arundel County, the property tax is on the chopping block. In Howard and Harford counties, the stormwater management fee — derided as the "rain tax" — is being targeted. Even in cash-strapped Baltimore — where a Republican...
  • About two-thirds of Americans are limiting spending, survey finds

    Americans are feeling better about their finances than at any time since the Great Recession of 2007-09, but that doesn't mean they are ready to go on a spending spree. Despite a sharp decline in layoffs since the recession and progress paying down their...
  • Allergan sale to Actavis thwarts takeover attempt by Valeant

    Botox maker Allergan Inc., an Irvine company that started as a purveyor of eye drops and grew into one of the most respected pharmaceutical companies in the country, agreed to be acquired by Irish firm Actavis for $66 billion. The deal thwarts a...
  • Corinthian Colleges to sell 56 campuses to nonprofit for $24 million

    Corinthian Colleges to sell 56 campuses to nonprofit for $24 million
    Orange County-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. said Thursday that it has agreed to sell off 56 campuses for $24 million to a nonprofit entity that collects student loan debt on behalf of the federal government. The deal between Corinthian and...