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  • GE Profit Tops Estimates As Cost Cuts Drive Margins

    GE Profit Tops Estimates As Cost Cuts Drive Margins
    General Electric Co. reported a slightly higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday, as cost cuts that helped boost margins across its industrial businesses offset revenue that fell below analysts' targets. Shares of GE rose 4 percent to $25.21...
  • The Planner: Upcoming reverse trade show: Meet with government purchasing professionals

    The Planner: Upcoming reverse trade show: Meet with government purchasing professionals
    A list of business events. This week Monday Oct. 20 Business Community Meeting, 8:30 a.m., TSSC Annex (Former Bank Lobby) 7770 W. Oakland Blvd., Sunrise. The School Board of Broward County is conducting a Disparity Study to determine whether its...
  • Repeal of San Diego's planned minimum wage boost qualifies for ballot

    Repeal of San Diego's planned minimum wage boost qualifies for ballot
    A petition drive by San Diego business leaders hoping to repeal a planned boost in the local minimum wage has qualified the issue for the ballot. The City Council approved the increase by a 6-3 vote in July and then voted to override a veto by Mayor...
  • Which Political Robocalls Are Illegal?

    Which Political Robocalls Are Illegal?
    Q: Are political robocalls legal? A: It depends on the recipient's phone, believe it or not. Any robocall, including political, to a mobile phone without the recipient's written consent is illegal. A political robocall to a land line is not, even if the...
  • Take the pooch: 6 dog-friendly Halloween events

    Take the pooch: 6 dog-friendly Halloween events
    Halloween is for the dogs —¬†and we mean that in the best way. Grab your pups (and their leashes) for these Shiloh-centric costume events. Saturday, Oct. 18: Spooky Pooch Parade at Chicago Botanic Garden Take advantage of this rare chance to have...
  • Some York County officials say it's time for a new elementary school

    YORK — For several years the York County School Board has been asking the Board of Supervisors for a new elementary school, and it may get its wish next spring when the supervisors vote on the fiscal year 2016 budget. "The supervisors didn't think...
  • Foley Will Revive Private Sector

    Connecticut must get back on track to help all citizens, especially our middle class. Working families are squeezed between stagnant incomes and rising living costs. To stop Connecticut’s decline, we must revive our private sector to create jobs,...
  • Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math

    Behind the numbers: Following Scott, Crist jobs and tax-cutting math
    TALLAHASSEE — Turn on a TV and you're going to hear Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist trying to claim credit for stewarding the state’s tourism- and housing-dependent economy through the worst global crash...
  • Orland Park begins work on I-80 zoning ordinance

    Orland Park begins work on I-80 zoning ordinance
    Orland Park officials have begun developing a new zoning ordinance for the I-80 Corridor. It's a 730-acre area along Interstate 80 that runs from Will Cook Road to La Grange Road. Two-hundred thirty-five acres are still undeveloped, Michael Kowski,...
  • The euro must go

    The euro must go
    Europe faces yet another recession, and the prospect is shaking global financial markets. To eliminate the persistent threat of collapse, Europe must drop the euro, and Germany must abandon mercantilism. When the euro was adopted in 1999, domestic...
  • Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore

    Community group lobbying for fiber Internet investment in Baltimore
    Baltimore was among dozens of disappointed cities when Google announced it had picked Kansas City, Mo., for a high-speed fiber-optic data network in 2011, but officials vowed to continue fighting for fiber nonetheless. Nearly four years later, some...