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  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    LOREN SPEZIALE, a partner at Gross McGinley LLP, has been appointed to Bethlehem's Human Relations Commission, a group that governs the ordinance prohibiting discrimination in workplaces, housing and public facilities. Speziale represents private and...
  • Green Line station restaurant in Englewood to serve up eggs, jobs for teens

    Green Line station restaurant in Englewood to serve up eggs, jobs for teens
    Now arriving at the Halsted Green Line stop: your train, with a side of eggs. Chef Darryl Fuery, of South Deering, was awarded a contract last week by the CTA board to open Praise Chicago Restaurant, an eatery that Fuery says will not only satisfy the...
  • Market Basket workers, customers rally around beloved CEO after firing

    Thousands of customers are boycotting stores, drivers are refusing to deliver supplies, and hundreds of employees are picketing outside offices and skipping work. It's not because the company in question, Market Basket, treats employees badly or...
  • Online reputation repair: a growth industry?

    Online reputation repair: a growth industry?
    Among the various industries spawned by the Internet, one of the most intriguing is the field of managing and repairing the online reputations of people and businesses. It's a classic case of finding a need and filling it. Review sites such as Yelp...
  • Minor privilege, major disincentive [Editorial]

    Minor privilege, major disincentive  [Editorial]
    "Charge 'em for the lice, extra for the mice Two percent for looking in the mirror twice Here a little slice, there a little cut Three percent for sleeping with the window shut..." —"Master of the House," Les Miserables A business owner in...
  • City sees shares of recycling program

    It pays to go green. Recyclable materials collected in Delray Beach have earned the city a quarter-three check for $23,138 from the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County. The payola comes as part of the SWA's Revenue Share program. Each municipality...
  • Berkshire Hathaway stock hits new milestone at $200,000

    (Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc's share price on Thursday surpassed and closed above $200,000 for the first time, the latest milestone for a company that Warren Buffett has built over nearly five decades into what some analysts view as a microcosm of...
  • Tax Incentives Build Thriving Production Culture in New Mexico

    New Mexico production is often synonymous with big-name network and studio tentpoles, but the same incentives that lure Hollywood's biggest players to the state foster more modest filmmaking. Take local producer Marshall Bear. The local film and TV tax...
  • Scam alert: Fraud flourishes in Florida

    Scam alert: Fraud flourishes in Florida
    They want to lower your interest rate, consolidate your debt, offer you a free home-energy audit or even take care of that outstanding arrest warrant. You know — the one you didn't realize you had. There's a wide world of fraud out there, and...
  • Mailbag: Laguna Realtors support The Ranch

    The Ranch at Laguna Beach is in the midst of an environmentally sensitive restoration project that was appealed to the California Coastal Commission. Resolution of this type of appeal can take months, or years. It could force unwarranted long-term delays...
  • Some warn that Gov. Jay Nixon's curfew for Ferguson, Mo., may backfire

    In an unusual declaration for an American city, Gov. Jay Nixon imposed a midnight-to-5 a.m. curfew Saturday after fresh violence erupted here amid public anger over the shooting death of an unarmed black man by a white police officer. The governor's...