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  • H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses

    H.B. council hopeful Posey wants fewer prohibitions, more businesses
    Huntington Beach City Council candidate Michael Posey says he's had enough of the council banning consumer items — from plastic bags to sales of cats and dogs. He said he and many residents he has heard from are fed up with council members...
  • US-INDUSTRY Summary

    FCC pauses clock on AT&T-DirecTV, Comcast-TWC merger reviews WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday paused its informal "shot clock" deadline on the reviews of the proposed mergers of AT&T Inc and DirecTV and of...
  • York women get $2,000 Economic Development Authority grant for bakery

    York women get $2,000 Economic Development Authority grant for bakery
    Two York County women are moving their home-based cake-baking operation to a retail shop thanks to fellow small-business owners tipping them off to programs like the county Economic Development Authority's $2,000 transition grant. "Local businesses here...
  • 78th House District Race: Betts vs.Santorso

    78th House District Race: Betts vs.Santorso
    BRISTOL — In the 78th House District, Republican incumbent Whit Betts is running on a platform of cutting taxes and regulations on businesses and reducing state spending. Democratic challenger Dan Santorso contends that too much power is in the...
  • Easton budget hearing focuses on EIT increase for non-residents

    Easton budget hearing focuses on EIT increase for non-residents
    Easton City Council is knee-deep in budget discussions, and one of the hot items being considered is whether non-residents should see their earned income tax increase. The 2015 draft budget would increase collections of non-resident earned income tax by...
  • Grants help Frankfort businesses expand

    Grants help Frankfort businesses expand
    Frankfort officials on Oct. 20 shelled out more than $65,000 to entice three business expansions — including a sprawling sports complex — and named a longtime employee utilities director. Xpress Solutions, a logistics firm, and Roma Sports...
  • Return mayor, commissioners, to manage growth in Wilton Manors

    Return mayor, commissioners, to manage growth in Wilton Manors
    Wilton Manors is undergoing big change, with a number of major renovations along Dixie Highway and Wilton Drive. To oversee those changes, voters are about to select their next mayor and fill two hotly contested commission seats. Mayor Gary Resnick...
  • United Technologies Saw Higher Sales In Third Quarter

    United Technologies Saw Higher Sales In Third Quarter
    Third quarter profits jumped 12 percent at United Technologies Corp. on an adjusted basis as all five of the company's divisions reported higher sales, the company said Tuesday. The Hartford parent company of Otis elevators and Pratt & Whitney aircraft...
  • Foley, Malloy Vie For Municipal Leaders' Support

    Foley, Malloy Vie For Municipal Leaders' Support
    Connecticut’s gubernatorial contenders battled Tuesday for the support of local mayors and first selectmen, pledging to preserve municipal aid and to ease pressure on property taxpayers. But both Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Tom Foley were light on...
  • Good news for Marissa Mayer, as Yahoo posts strong earnings

    Yahoo turned in a third quarter earnings report Tuesday that beat Wall Street's expectations, and gives CEO Marissa Mayer some bottom line results to back up her strategy of acquisitions, and emphasis on mobile and media to lift the pioneering Internet...
  • Let the market sort out TV winners and losers

    To the editor: HBO and CBS recently announced plans to cut out the cable middleman and sell directly to the public. These deals pit them against traditional cable operators, which have bet big that consumers prefer a larger, "aggregated" bundle of...