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  • Dolphins opt into fifth-year option of Ryan Tannehill's contract

    Dolphins opt into fifth-year option of Ryan Tannehill's contract
    DAVIE - The Miami Dolphins have decided to trigger Ryan Tannehill's fifth-year option instead of signing the team's starting quarterback to a multi-year deal. The option, which is a feature on all contracts for first-round picks since 2011, was...
  • GM to spend $5.4B on US factories over 3 years, add 650 jobs

    General Motors plans to spend $5.4 billion to improve its U.S. factories during the next three years, creating about 650 new jobs. The company gave details of $783.5 million of the investments on Thursday and says the rest will be announced in the coming...
  • Class of 2015's most hirable majors, lucrative industries and job-search tips for recent grads

    Class of 2015's most hirable majors, lucrative industries and job-search tips for recent grads
    WELCOME TO THE WORKFORCE, CLASS OF 2015. Class of 2015, things sure do look good for you. I remember back in my day, during the recession, things were different. We applied for jobs uphill, both ways! In the highest outlook since 2007, 65 percent of...
  • Assurant selling or closing health insurance division

    The parent company of Assurant Health said it will sell or shut down the insurer, which has struggled financially since the introduction of the federal Affordable Care Act. Assurant Health, headquartered in Milwaukee, is expected to report an operating...
  • Bernie-nomics: How Sen. Sanders wants to handle the economy

    Does Bernie Sanders have a proposed economic platform for his presidential campaign? Sanders economic platform IS his presidential campaign. The Vermont senator, a self-described socialist and political independent who announced Wednesday that he'll seek...
  • AP Source: Thunder, Donovan in talks about coaching vacancy

    Florida coach Billy Donovan is entertaining a move to the NBA again. This time with the Oklahoma City Thunder, a person familiar with the search said. Eight years after leaving Florida to coach the Orlando Magic and then changing his mind the...
  • SEC pushes for display of link between pay and performance

    Federal regulators have taken a step toward requiring public companies to show the relationship between the compensation of their top executives and the company's financial performance. The 3-2 vote Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission...
  • Gators coach Billy Donovan reportedly bound for NBA's Thunder barring 'unforeseen collapse' in negotiations

    Gators coach Billy Donovan reportedly bound for NBA's Thunder barring 'unforeseen collapse' in negotiations
    Billy Donovan will become the new head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder barring an "unforeseen collapse" in negotiations, ESPN's Marc Stein reported Wednesday night. The longtime Florida Gators' coach has been in discussions the past two days with the...
  • Yahoo CEO's pay package climbs in 2014 due to stock gains

    The value of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's pay package surged last year, mostly due to gains in the Internet company's stock price that came despite concerns about the overall health of Yahoo's business. According to a regulatory filing, Mayer's 2014...
  • Saucon Valley teacher to board: 'We're not the greedy teachers, I promise you'

    Saucon Valley teacher to board: 'We're not the greedy teachers, I promise you'
    Hoping to avoid a strike, the Saucon Valley School Board on Tuesday approved a resolution to move to nonbinding arbitration if the next negotiating session with the teachers union doesn't result in a tentative contract agreement. The next talks are...
  • City National overcharged workers for retirement plan costs, suit says

    City National overcharged workers for retirement plan costs, suit says
    For more than a decade, City National Corp. overcharged its own employees for the costs of administering a key retirement plan and failed to reimburse their accounts after halting the practice, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Labor Department....