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  • After night of looting in St. Louis suburb, merchants begin repairs

    On Monday, the sound of hammers could be heard for more than a mile up and down West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, where vandals had smashed windows and looted fast-food stores and an auto shop and set fire to a convenience store. Overnight, an angry...
  • Big firms gird for 6.5% rise in health care costs

    Large employers expect their health care costs to rise moderately next year as they shift a growing share of the burden to workers, according to a new national survey. While big companies estimate that their costs of providing health benefits to...
  • Four new businesses cut ribbons in lower York

    Four new businesses cut ribbons in lower York
    Four new businesses -- a martial arts academy, two restaurants and an insurance firm -- have recently opened in lower York County. Three are located in Shady Banks Shopping Center, 2960 Hampton Highway, and opened the same day. WOLF Martial Arts Academy...
  • No charges over Tinley Park ethics complaint

    No charges over Tinley Park ethics complaint
    An independent investigation into a local attorney's ethics complaint against Tinley Park officials found that the town's leaders did not deliberately conceal their economic interests by not properly filling out disclosure forms. Rather, investigators...
  • Troy Kishbaugh: Examining new legal issues in medical marijuana

    Troy Kishbaugh: Examining new legal issues in medical marijuana
    Troy Kishbaugh is chair of GrayRobinson's Health Care Practice Group and a member of the firm's new Regulated Products Group, which will advise clients on medical marijuana. The Legislature has authorized the production, sale and use of low-THC so-...
  • Robert B. Reich: The rebirth of stakeholder capitalism

    In recent weeks, the managers, employees and customers of a New England chain of supermarkets called Market Basket have joined together to oppose the board of director's decision in June to oust the chain's popular chief executive, Arthur T. Demoulas....
  • Sees Anti-Business Attitude

    Connecticut recently earned a D grade from The Economist for small-business friendliness. We can thank our elected representatives for that. You only need to look at the letter from state Sen. Catherine Osten to get a sense of the attitudes against...
  • U.S. Treasury looking at increase in master limited partnerships

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department is looking into increased use by companies of the master limited partnership (MLP) as a business structure, a department spokesperson said on Monday, hours after a pioneering user turned its back on...
  • Advice from the experts on how not to be schooled while going back to school

    Advice from the experts on how not to be schooled while going back to school
    Stores bury parents this time of year with advertisements, offers and coupons for back-to-school sales. Consumer protection experts bury columnists like me with advice about how to stay safe, and save money, while preparing to go back to school. Here...
  • Surveying the landscape for honest businesses yields a gem

    As a small business owner trying to generate sales, is it ever a good idea to advise customers to not avail themselves of your services? A few weeks ago, homeowners in parts of the Northeast where I live began to receive notices that revised flood...
  • Ferguson-area businesses face new struggle in wake of protests

    FERGUSON, Mo. Business is resuming along the strip of food markets, chop suey restaurants and auto-parts stores that line West Florissant Avenue. But it's not business as usual. Most shops have reopened, although many work from behind plywood nailed over...