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  • Tiny Balboa T-shirt shop folding up after 30 years

    Tiny Balboa T-shirt shop folding up after 30 years
    Among the boutique shops on Balboa Island's main drag, a small store called Family T's has long offered a tourist basic. Like an overflowing closet, the tiny space has T-shirts and sweatshirts stamped with local identifiers — "Newport Beach" or...
  • Arnold M. Jolivet, director of the Maryland Minority Contractors Association, dies

    Arnold M. Jolivet, director of the Maryland Minority Contractors Association, dies
    Arnold M. Jolivet, a longtime advocate for minority- and women-owned businesses who was a familiar presence at City Hall, died of complications from heart disease Sunday morning at Sinai Hospital. The Village of Cross Keys resident was 71. "Mr....
  • Mariano's, California Pizza Company cited for selling alcohol to minors

    Mariano's, California Pizza Company cited for selling alcohol to minors
    Three Arlington Heights businesses were fined for liquor license violations and encouraged to participate in a public awareness campaign against underage drinking. "It's still a work in progress, but we would encourage your voluntary involvement once it...
  • Full text of McAuliffe's SWaM executive order

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe's Executive Order 20, meant to send more contracts toward small, minority-owned and women-owned businesses, is a good deal longer and more detailed than the high points I've tried to cover here. It's pasted below. If you've got some...
  • Lender CIT to buy OneWest Bank, formerly IndyMac, for $3.4 billion

    Lender CIT to buy OneWest Bank, formerly IndyMac, for $3.4 billion
    OneWest Bank in Pasadena, born from the ashes of failed high-risk home lender IndyMac Bank, has agreed to be acquired by commercial lender CIT Group for $3.4 billion, a hugely profitable deal for the hedge-fund and private-equity investors that have owned...
  • Ackman attack on Herbalife fizzles, shares rise

    Ackman attack on Herbalife fizzles, shares rise
    Longtime Herbalife Ltd. critic Bill Ackman leveled new allegations against the company, saying training programs for its prospective sales people are misleading and violate labor laws. But investors seemed unimpressed, driving shares of the Los...
  • Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare Selling Small-Group Plans On Chamber Insurance Trust

    Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare announced Monday it is now selling small-group health plans through the Chamber Insurance Trust, an alliance of about 60 chambers of commerce in Connecticut. The Chamber Insurance Trust combines the buying power of more than...
  • Illinois patients could start buying medical pot by spring

    State lawmakers have set final rules to allow medical marijuana in Illinois, opening the door for patients to apply for ID cards this fall and to start purchasing legal cannabis by next spring. Those hoping to get in on the new industry, though,...
  • Robbins residents dig in against proposed quarry

    Robbins residents dig in against proposed quarry
    It was a grand plan for tiny Robbins: a massive quarry and mining operation, a therapeutic horse farm and parks, development along the channel, maybe even a chain drugstore and new housing. The project, as laid out in three phases, would consume about a...
  • Getting to the heart of why social media works

    Why do online social networking sites exist? This is not a rhetorical question. Why were they not just a quickly passing fad? Two decades after the concept came to prominence, why are more than 500 million people still flocking to sites such as...
  • San Jacinto bans sale of synthetic drugs bath salts, 'Spice'

    San Jacinto bans sale of synthetic drugs bath salts, 'Spice'
    The city of San Jacinto has banned the sale and distribution of synthetic drugs such as bath salts and "Spice" in an effort to curb its use among teens, officials said. Anyone caught selling or possessing synthetic drugs including bath salts and Spice...