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  • Why the Market Basket saga matters to all Americans

    For the last several weeks, a massive worker strike has taken place across the Boston-area at the Market Basket grocery store chain. Unlike the recent nationwide fast food strikes, Market Basket workers aren’t risking their livelihoods for higher...
  • There's a lot of brains behind the scenes of the Oakland Athletics

    The Oakland Athletics have the second-best record in baseball, have been in first place in the American League West for all but four days since April 12, and are chasing their third straight division title. Yet, some hardcore baseball fans would have...
  • Amazon welcomes employees in Lakeland; drones in India?

    Amazon welcomes employees in Lakeland; drones in India?
    Online retailer Amazon said it welcomed 400 employees at its new Lakeland distribution center for orientation on Thursday. The facility in Lakeland is 1 million square feet, which is about the size of 17 football fields. The entire Altamonte Mall is...
  • Activists call for probes into Ron Tomalis' 25% pension boost as Gov. Tom Corbett's higher education adviser

    HARRISBURG — Using Halloween decorations as props, good-government activists called for investigations into whether Gov. Tom Corbett's former education secretary-turned-adviser floated through the administration as a "ghost employee" who will...
  • 401(k) funds studied for far less time than car purchases, survey says

    401(k) funds studied for far less time than car purchases, survey says
    Americans know that 401(k) retirement plans are important, but they spend only a moderate time researching investments and are often confused about how to pick the best funds, according to a new survey. Nearly nine in 10 workers view 401(k) plans as...
  • D86 voters will have say on teacher pensions

    D86 voters will have say on teacher pensions
    Voters in Hinsdale Township High School District 86 will have the chance in November to weigh in on an advisory ballot question related to teacher pensions. The board voted 4-3 Monday to place the following question on the Nov. 4 ballot: "Shall the...
  • Cooper City commissioners may consider giving themselves a raise

    City commissioners may be considering doubling their salaries after two decades without a pay raise. On Monday, the commission will have a special meeting where they will decide whether to consider the raises in September. The commission is...
  • Browns sign first-round pick Justin Gilbert

    The Browns signed the first draft pick of the Ray Farmer and Mike Pettine era Wednesday, but they also became enveloped in an unusual situation with another notable rookie. Cornerback Justin Gilbert signed his rookie contract with the Browns, the team...
  • Red Sox pull Lester from start amid trade rumors

    BOSTON -- Jon Lester won't pitch for the Red Sox on Wednesday night. He might not be in a Boston uniform when the game begins. Lester was scratched from his scheduled start in the series finale against the Blue Jays, manager John Farrell announced after...
  • New Target CEO signs for up to $36.6 million

    Target Corp.'s new chairman and CEO, Brian Cornell, is getting a compensation package worth up to $36.6 million to join the Minneapolis-based retailer. The package is anchored by a stock grant of about $20 million to cover incentives Cornell is leaving...
  • GOP delegate has proposal for health coverage for the poor

    GOP delegate has proposal for health coverage for the poor
    A senior House of Delegates Republican is working on a unique-to-Virginia proposal to expand health care coverage for low-income Virginians that he hopes will break the standoff over Medicaid expansion. Del. Thomas Rust, R-Herndon, plans to offer...