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  • Hinsdale District 86 staff will be cut by fewer than two positions

    Hinsdale District 86 staff will be cut by fewer than two positions
    The Hinsdale High School District 86 Board approved a staffing plan that will slightly raise the average class size at each school, based on current enrollment projections, but remain below the limits previously set. At Hinsdale Central High School, the...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Hospitals Tell Lawmakers: Our Outlook Is 'Quite Bleak'

    HARTFORD — Leaders of state hospitals urged state lawmakers Tuesday to replenish the cuts in Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget, predicting the suggested changes could lead to deep reductions in medical services and staff. They said...
  • City Council candidates share ideas for ensuring Naperville's fiscal health

    City Council candidates share ideas for ensuring Naperville's fiscal health
    Nineteen Naperville residents are vying for eight open positions on the City Council on April 7. Some are former council members, others currently serve on boards and commissions in the city and the broader community. Some are newcomers to the political...
  • 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...
  • O.C. Museum of Art cuts chief curator, 4 other jobs

    In preparation for its move from Newport Beach to Costa Mesa, the Orange County Museum of Art has eliminated five staff positions, including its chief curator. Dan Cameron, chief curator since 2011, was notified of the decision on March 26, as were...
  • Jos. A. Bank to lay off 122 from Hampstead headquarters

    Jos. A. Bank to lay off 122 from Hampstead headquarters
    Nearly a year after being acquired by rival Men's Wearhouse in a contentious takeover struggle, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers will lay off 122 employees at the company's corporate headquarters in Hampstead, a company spokesman said Monday. The layoffs represent...
  • Hospital merger will bring more, smoother care

    Hospital merger will bring more, smoother care
    There are a lot of moving parts to the merger between Carroll Hospital Center and LifeBridge Health that will become official on Wednesday, but when all is said and done, patients in Carroll County and elsewhere in the LifeBridge system will have access...
  • Justin Fox: Kraft about to get much leaner

    It is nothing new for Kraft Foods Group to undergo an ownership change. Since 1980, the company -- which got its start in 1903 when James Lewis Kraft rented a horse and wagon to bring cheese from wholesalers to small stores in Chicago -- has been going...