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  • UF extends contract of Gators men's basketball coach Billy Donovan through 2019-2020 season

    UF extends contract of Gators men's basketball coach Billy Donovan through 2019-2020 season
    The Florida Gators' run to the 2014 Final Four paid off nicely for coach Billy Donovan. Donovan parlayed UF's fourth Final Four appearance and sixth SEC title with him as coach into a one-year contract extension through the 2020 season that will push...
  • McDonald's CEO: Why we're raising wages

    McDonald's CEO: Why we're raising wages
    Amid the continuing national dialogue on wages, benefits, job creation and providing marketable skills to our nation’s workers, we have challenged ourselves as to whether we can do more to make a real difference in the lives of our employees....
  • CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says

    CSU administrators' pay gains outpace those for faculty, report says
    California State University administrators made significant gains in hiring and compensation over the last decade while faculty lost ground or failed to keep pace in both areas, according to a report released Tuesday by the California Faculty Assn....
  • Wal-Mart, other retailers moving to raise wages

    A number of national retailers have recently announced plans to raise wages in the coming months. Here's a look at some of those announcements: •Wal-Mart in February vowed to give raises to nearly 40 percent of its 1.3 million U.S. employees in the...
  • DWP ratepayers may get soaked again

    DWP ratepayers may get soaked again
    Angelenos could be looking at higher water and energy bills again. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is expected to propose a $2.2-billion plan to modernize the city's pipes, pumping stations, reservoirs and aqueduct. Rather than burdening...
  • Military coalition divides over compensation reforms

    The Military Coalition can make Congress tremble from time to time by presenting a united front of millions of members from more than 30 military associations and veterans' service organizations in support of, or opposition to, legislation impacting...
  • Dominion Resources CEO Farrell made $17.3M in 2014

    Energy provider Dominion Resources Inc. awarded its CEO a pay package valued at $17.3 million in fiscal 2014, up 59 percent from the previous year, according to an Associated Press analysis of a regulatory filing. The compensation package from Thomas...
  • Corbett gets nearly $40K pension for 11 years' state service

    For his 11 years of state government service, former Republican Gov. Tom Corbett is collecting a pension of nearly $40,000. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (http://bit.ly/1G3pof3 ) reports that Corbett's $38,765 state pension is based on a final average...
  • Lon Jefferies: Basic ways to save

    For those who struggle to save, here's a tip: Keep the money out of your reach. I recently watched "Living on One," a documentary about four college students' efforts to spend a summer in Guatemala living on a dollar a day, as half of the citizens of...
  • Florida one of the most expensive for tax preparation

    Florida one of the most expensive for tax preparation
    You're not alone if you're low on cash after paying someone to prepare your federal income taxes. Florida is one of the least affordable states to get tax help, according to a new study that compares the state's average hourly pay of accountants and...
  • Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.

    Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.
    Before Fidel Sanchez led protest marches this month against growers in Baja California, he fought for higher wages from tomato farmers in Florida. Justino Herrera, who dons an Army fatigue jacket during labor talks, once led a work stoppage against an...