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  • Corporate inversions hurt taxpayers

    Motorola Solutions Chief Executive Officer Greg Brown denounces the notion that corporate inversions are unpatriotic; he points to the lack of comprehensive tax reform as the source of the problem. But Mr. Brown needs to understand just how damaging this...
  • Damen Blue Line stop to close Monday for 2 months of renovations

    Damen Blue Line stop to close Monday for 2 months of renovations
    Step aside, Shia LaBeouf and Lindsay Lohan. The CTA Blue Line has been stealing the spotlight for some odd incidents lately. The line has generated some eyebrow-raising headlines, from a man charged with opening fire – with an assault rifle...
  • Planning Commission rejects tighter alcohol rules for new downtown restaurants

    The Huntington Beach Planning Commission voted not to place tighter restrictions on when new downtown restaurants and bars can serve alcohol. The proposal that failed Tuesday night would have changed the city's zoning in the area to require new eating...
  • Emanuel budget puts off vexing pension issue

    Emanuel budget puts off vexing pension issue
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday unveiled an election-year budget that he declared will tackle the city's financial problems "head on" by "not deferring them, not delaying them." Shortly after the mayor finished his speech to the City Council, critics...
  • Casino funding goes to small-business loans

    Casino funding goes to small-business loans
    A granola company, a cafe and a contracting firm owned by a disabled veteran are the first three recipients of $700,000 in loans from a new Baltimore County program for small minority- and women-owned businesses. "This relationship has yielded more than...
  • State Economy, Budget Focus In 4th District Senate Debate

    GLASTONBURY — The state's economy and budget woes were the main focus of a debate Wednesday night between candidates for the 4th Senate District seat. Democratic incumbent Steve Cassano of Manchester came to town for the first of two debates with...
  • FBI warns U.S. businesses of cyber attacks, blames Beijing

    FBI warns U.S. businesses of cyber attacks, blames Beijing
    The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation said on Wednesday that hackers it believes to be backed by the Chinese government have recently launched attacks on U.S. companies. The "flash" warning to businesses described tools and techniques used by the...
  • If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?

    If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?
    Wrigley Field. Fenway Park. Yankee Stadium. These venerable sports stadiums were built and paid for by the professional teams that played in them during the early years of the 20th century. By the end of the century, however, billion-dollar franchises...
  • Chamber events

    Broward Chamber of NonProfit Organizations Non Profit CEO's Social Event, networking with the leading CEOs of Broward nonprofits. More than 60 BCNPO members will network and share management experiences. When: 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday Where: Riverside...
  • Harry Potter to Justice League: 5 Takeaways from WB's Strategy

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Warner Bros. has long been known for relying on big-budget tentpoles to not just carry its film slate but also drive the rest of the company's businesses. In a revealing meeting with investors on Wednesday, however, company...
  • Federal officials say alleged cocaine ring laundered money through Rita's Italian Ice in Fells Point

    Federal officials say alleged cocaine ring laundered money through Rita's Italian Ice in Fells Point
    An alleged cocaine ring used a Rita's Italian Ice store in Fells Point, rental properties and other businesses to launder money in a drug-trafficking operation that stretched from Baltimore to Houston, federal investigators said Wednesday. Authorities...