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  • Businesses offer Tax Day freebies

    Businesses offer Tax Day freebies
    Benjamin Franklin taught us that nothing is certain except death and taxes.  He should have added Tax Day freebies to his list.   In recent years, businesses across the country have begun offering free items and deep discounts in honor of Tuesday's...
  • Council delays vote on apartments

    The Costa Mesa City Council this week delayed a vote on a luxury apartment complex in a predominantly commercial area near John Wayne Airport. Before Tuesday's meeting, city staff and the developer of the proposed 240-unit complex at 125 E. Baker St....
  • Enfield's Thompsonville Partners Event Is Wednesday

     Enfield's Thompsonville Partners Event Is Wednesday
    ENFIELD – Town officials and the Enfield Community Development Corporation have rescheduled an awards breakfast for April 16 at the future home of the community transit center. The event to welcome businesses and neighbors of the future transit...
  • Delray Beach talking, thinking green

    Delray Beach talking, thinking green
    Green-minded folks who want to keep Delray around for future generations to enjoy have given city commissioners some ways to start planning ahead. Once a year, Delray's Green Implementation Advancement Board shares its ideas for making Delray more earth...
  • MIPTV: International TV Execs Relax at German Mip Cocktail

    The German MIP Cocktail, which took place during the MIPTV conference in Cannes, provided a chance for German TV execs and their international counterparts to network in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere. The event was hosted by German funding bodies...
  • Family finances: secrets of start-up success

    Nell Merlino is the founder and president of Count Me In, a New York City nonprofit group that helps women launch and expand businesses. KIPLINGER: What's the first step you should take if you want to start a small business? MERLINO: If you are planning...
  • If Walgreen Co. moves its HQ to Europe, blame Washington's tax failure

    If Walgreen Co. moves its HQ to Europe, blame Washington's tax failure
    The Walgreen Co. drugstore chain got its start nearly a century ago in downstate Dixon, Ill., before moving its corporate headquarters to Chicago and eventually to north suburban Deerfield. Next stop? Could be Bern, Switzerland. A group of...
  • A practical Eric Garcetti takes a modest swipe at L.A.'s business tax

    A practical Eric Garcetti takes a modest swipe at L.A.'s business tax
    Mayor Eric Garcetti dropped no bombshells when he released his first budget Monday. The $8.1-billion spending plan was in line with the theme of his administration so far: focus on basic city functions, improve customer service, control costs and win back...
  • Businesses can pitch ideas for cash, services

    Businesses can pitch ideas for cash, services
    Entrepreneurs with a unique idea to sell can indulge their fantasies of winning over the judges next month, as Orlando gets its own, local version of the pitch show "Shark Tank." SCORE Orlando, a non-profit group that provides free business mentoring...
  • Jack in the Box cooks up late-night menu amid surging profit, new CEO

    Jack, the round-headed fictional chief executive in Jack-in-the-Box commercials, is not only a hit on television. He's also popular on Wall Street. In the last year, investors have driven the company's stock price up more than 80% — and industry...
  • Peterson Road project expected to bring – but eventually relieve – traffic

    Peterson Road project expected to bring – but eventually relieve – traffic
    Lake County residents attending an open house on the Peterson Road widening project recently said that while the construction along the route may snarl traffic while it's happening, the project itself is long overdue. Round Lake resident Gail Blackstone...