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  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    FRIDAYSEPT. 26 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS will host "The Crisis in State and Local Government Finance: A symposium on fiscal challenges facing Pennsylvania," 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Rauch Business Center, Perella Auditorium,...
  • Mailbag: Village Laguna supports Zur Schmiede, Iseman but not as a slate

    Planning Commissioner Rob Zur Schmiede is concerned that Village Laguna's support of his candidacy along with Councilwoman Toni Iseman's might be interpreted to mean that they were running as a slate. We want to clarify that our support does not create...
  • Emergency communications agency finds ways to hire friends, skirt competitive bidding

    WASHINGTON As a new federal agency set out in the summer of 2012 on the mammoth task of building a nationwide wireless communications network for more than 4 million emergency responders, an eyebrow-raising pattern took shape. The First Responder Network...
  • Business leaders converge, connect in new Chamber of Commerce group

    Business leaders converge, connect in new Chamber of Commerce group
    On Tuesday morning, Penelope’s Café Books & Gallery transformed from serene oasis into a hub of activity as local business leaders networked in a monthly confab sponsored by the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce. Organized through the...
  • L.A. City Council votes for minimum-wage hike to $15.37 at big hotels

    L.A. City Council votes for minimum-wage hike to $15.37 at big hotels
    Big hotels in Los Angeles will soon be required to pay at least $15.37 an hour to their workers – one of the highest minimum wage requirements in the country. The City Council voted 12 to 3 on Wednesday to impose the wage requirements on large...
  • Three masked gunmen suspected of robbing two Plantation businesses

    Three masked gunmen suspected of robbing two Plantation businesses
    Police are looking for a trio of masked gunmen suspected of robbing two businesses in Plantation. In both cases, three masked robbers dressed in black demanded cash while armed with handguns, police said. The robberies were committed around the same...
  • Boca considers temporarily keeping out marijuana businesses

    Boca considers temporarily keeping out marijuana businesses
    — Boca Raton is moving to stop medical marijuana dispensaries from taking root in the city for at least a year — ahead of it becoming legal in Florida. Legalizing medical marijuana will be before Florida voters in November. But before voters...
  • Dust off your disco ball: '2014 Profiles in Leadership Gala' to be a glitzy affair

    Leadership Broward Foundation Inc. (LBF) will bring back the glitz, glamour, elegance and disco music of famed Studio 54 in New York City during the Salah Foundation's "2014 Profiles in Leadership Gala." Presented by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Care...
  • U.S. states prod investment advisers to have plans in place for their death, disability

    (Reuters) - State securities regulators are working on a rule that could push more advisers to face their mortality by planning how their businesses will continue if they die. Investment advisers often put off so-called "succession planning," the...
  • Naval Research chief: Cyber security workforce is in Hampton Roads

    Naval Research chief: Cyber security workforce is in Hampton Roads
    The Department of Defense has had a "cyber awakening," according to Rear Adm. Matt Klunder, chief of Naval Research. The keynote speaker at the Hampton Roads Cyber Security Conference said military officials want to expand the manpower defending the...
  • Weak euro zone lending data underscores need for ECB stimulus

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Lending to euro zone households and companies contracted for the 28th month in a row in August, though at a slower pace, putting a keener spotlight on European Central Bank efforts to get credit flowing again. Euro zone banks,...