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  • US pay and benefits rose at steady pace last year, though gains remain modest

    Wages and benefits rose at a slightly healthier rate last year, a sign strong job gains could be forcing companies to pay a bit more for workers. The Labor Department said Friday that the employment cost index, which measures pay and benefits, rose 2.2...
  • Gov. Rauner defends paying staff more than Quinn

    Gov. Bruce Rauner defended paying his top staff members significantly more than his predecessor, explaining Friday that he will pay what is necessary for talent. The Republican has blasted Illinois' spending and state worker salaries as excessive....
  • U.S. pay and benefits rose at slightly faster pace last year

    Wages and benefits rose at slightly healthier rate last year, a sign strong job gains could be forcing companies to pay a bit more for workers. The Labor Department said Friday that the employment cost index, which measures pay and benefits, rose 2.2...
  • Report: Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Declines, Becomes More Expensive

    The number of businesses offering health insurance to Connecticut workers declined over the decade ending in 2013, the latest figures from a public heath foundation show. Research from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation of Princeton, N.J., showed that...
  • Remember when Miami Marlins' prez David Samson thought Ichiro was overpaid?

    Remember when Miami Marlins' prez David Samson thought Ichiro was overpaid?
    The irony likely was not lost on aficionados of Miami Marlins’ history, or at least those of team president David Samson’s insert-foot-in-mouth moments. Late Wednesday night Miami time, Samson and other front office members took part in a...
  • Charter school business expands in Fort Lauderdale

    Charter school business expands in Fort Lauderdale
    Charter Schools USA, a management company for charter schools, is expanding its corporate headquarters in Fort Lauderdale. The company said it will create 73 jobs at an average annual salary of about $60,000 and retain 188 existing Florida jobs,...
  • Virginia Port Authority CEO set to receive incentive pay next month

     Virginia Port Authority CEO set to receive incentive pay next month
    Granted that John F. Reinhart remains CEO of the Virginia Port Authority, come Feb. 10, he's slated to receive an impressive salary bump, making him the highest paid port executive on the East Coast. Members of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA) Board of...
  • A journey to the launch point of Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura

    LAS TERRENAS, Dominican Republic Never mind that it was around midnight. This was an urgent matter to Royals scout Pedro Silverio: He had just glimpsed the future in the improbable form of a spindly 17-year-old. "I can't believe it, that guy," Silverio...
  • Best jobs in America? Physician assistants and software engineers

    Best jobs in America? Physician assistants and software engineers
    The best gig in the country is a physician assistant, according to job search website Glassdoor. The Mill Valley, Calif.-based company released a list of its 25 best jobs in America on Wednesday, laying out the country's most attractive jobs based on...
  • FSU's Jimbo Fisher to make at least $5 million annually with latest contract extension

    FSU's Jimbo Fisher to make at least $5 million annually with latest contract extension
    FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is officially one of the highest-paid coaches in the country and will make at least $5 million next ¬†football season. The university released details of Fisher’s latest contract extension Wednesday, which runs through 2023....
  • Federal debt will explode over next 10 years, CBO says

    WASHINGTON The federal debt is set to explode over the next decade even as the budget deficit is projected to reach its lowest level of the Obama presidency, the Congressional Budget Office said Monday. The annual deficit should total $468 billion for...