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  • CRA set to host job fair

    CRA set to host job fair
    Pompano Beach's Community Redevelopment Agency Business Resource Center is hosting a job fair for local job seekers. The fair will feature about 20 companies from a variety of industries seeking local applicants to fill full-time, part-time, and...
  • L.A. wage hikes spark fierce debate

    L.A. wage hikes spark fierce debate
    Los Angeles has thrust itself into the center of one of the most contentious debates in modern economics — what happens when you raise the minimum wage? — as city leaders consider mandating $13.25 an hour. Since their inception in the...
  • Sam's Club to launch health insurance exchange

    Sam's Club to launch health insurance exchange
    Sam's Club announced Wednesday that it is opening a private health insurance exchange, catering to the small-business owners that make up its core customers. The exchange is the latest effort by a major retailer to offer a service to push beyond the...
  • Comcast's big gain in Internet service users fuels 50% profit increase

    Comcast Corp. added 315,000 high-speed Internet service customers during the third quarter, surpassing analysts' estimates for subscriber growth and boosting the company's earnings. The gains more than offset Comcast's loss of 81,000 cable television...
  • Is Maryland's business scene as bad as Hogan says?

    Is Maryland's business scene as bad as Hogan says?
    Larry Hogan, the Republican candidate for governor, smartly focuses his campaign messaging on the need to give the Maryland economy a lift. It's not an original idea, and certainly de rigueur for any Republican in any election year. But as he builds a...
  • Inside billionaire Joe Grendys' chicken empire

    Inside billionaire Joe Grendys' chicken empire
    Billionaire Joe Grendys has no clue how Forbes found him. After all, he lives in the same Chicago bungalow where he grew up. His business, Park Ridge-based chicken processor Koch Foods (pronounced "cook"), has been on the magazine's list of largest...
  • Leasing is the goal for Boynton Beach Mall's new manager

    Veronica Joy Breck, 46, is the new mall manager at Boynton Beach Mall, 801 N. Congress Ave. In her new role, Breck is accountable for long-term and temporary leasing, contract negotiation, staff supervision and office management. Additionally, she...
  • Democratic candidates seek gains from Republicans' tarnished business image

    Rep. Scott Peters of San Diego had a major disadvantage in seeking the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for November's midterm election: He's a Democrat. The views of the nation's largest business group are closely aligned with the Republican...
  • 3 questions: Where Laguna council and school board candidates stand on the issues

    Laguna Beach City Council Two incumbents and five challengers are running for three spots on the five-member council. The Coastline Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) What is one realistic, financially prudent step the city can...
  • Troubled Regent Bank gets $20M in new capital

    Troubled Regent Bank gets $20M in new capital
    Davie-based Regent Bank raised $20 million which will allow it to loan more to local businesses and homeowners. A troubled Broward bank just raised $20 million which will allow it to loan more to local businesses and homeowners. Davie-based Regent...
  • California cracks down on wage theft by employers

    State regulators are wielding a new tool to combat the intractable problem of employer wage theft, which costs workers an estimated $390 million a year. The California controller, working with the state labor commissioner, is demanding restitution...