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  • Mary Beth Storjohann: How much should millennials invest?

    Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000, aka Gen Y) drown in advice about investing for retirement and growing wealth to achieve financial goals. How much to scrape out of each paycheck to grow yourself a sufficient nest egg? Hard to pinpoint, but you can...
  • New study gives more evidence of Obamacare gains for millions

    As congressional Republicans move toward another vote on repealing the Affordable Care Act, new evidence was published Wednesday about the dramatic expansion of insurance coverage made possible by the law. Nearly 17 million more people in the U.S. have...
  • Panel to consider pay raises for Gov. Brown, legislators

    Panel to consider pay raises for Gov. Brown, legislators
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday appointed a Sacramento Kings executive to a state panel that will meet Monday to decide whether to give the governor and state lawmakers a pay raise. The appointment of Matina Kolokotronis, president of business operations...
  • T. Rowe Price CEO to retire, replacement named

    T. Rowe Price CEO to retire, replacement named
    James A.C. Kennedy, who oversaw T. Rowe Price Group Inc. as it navigated the financial crisis of 2008, announced Wednesday that he will step down at the end of the year. During his nine-year tenure as its president and CEO, the Baltimore-based money...
  • Man got $70,000 for 3 months' work on Atlantic City finances

    One of two men appointed by Republican Gov. Chris Christie to help turn around the city's troubled finances was paid about $70,000 for just over three months of work. The state attorney general's office told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Kevyn...
  • 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...
  • Giant/Martin's Food Stores to set starting wage for associates at $9 per hour and other company news

    Giant/Martin's Food Stores to set starting wage for associates at $9 per hour and other company news
    Giant Food stores increase wages for associates Giant/Martin's Food Stores recently announced it is setting its starting associate wage at $9 per hour beginning June 2015 as part of the company's commitment to providing competitive wages. Giant/Martin's...
  • Small-business owner raises everyone's pay

    Small-business owner raises everyone's pay
    Andrew Green considered what he paid his workers and felt ashamed. His business, Green Solutions, has only three employees, but he decided he could do more to improve their lives in pricey South Florida. So he gave them all raises — 35 percent...
  • IMSA hires Harvard administrator as new principal

    IMSA hires Harvard administrator as new principal
    The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy announced Monday that Harvard University administrator Marie Dillon Dahleh would become the Aurora high school's new principal in July. IMSA is a selective residential school of 636 that draws students in...
  • 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...
  • Naperville parks chief gets $20,000 pay hike

    Naperville parks chief gets $20,000 pay hike
    Like professional sports teams looking to wrap up key players with a long term contract, the Naperville Park Board knew it wanted to keep the only full time employee they control. Following weeks of closed session meetings, park commissioners...