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  • Prime Focus Makes Big Bet on 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For'

    Vancouver, Canada -- It's a tale as old as Hollywood: A new kid hits town with big dreams, makes some mistakes, stumbles, gets back up and claws a path to the top. Usually that's a cautionary fable about singers or actors, but in recent years it's...
  • Deere profit falls, cuts forecast

    Deere profit falls, cuts forecast
    Deere & Co. on Wednesday cut its forecast for the year after reporting third-quarter income that fell 15 percent on weaker sales of its iconic farm equipment. Net income in the quarter that ended July 31 fell to $851 million, or $2.33 per share, from...
  • SeaWorld stock tanks after low earnings

    SeaWorld stock tanks after low earnings
    Stung by disappointing attendance at its parks in Orlando and San Diego, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. said Wednesday that it will continue battling controversy over its captive killer whales as it makes new investments in its attractions. SeaWorld...
  • STR Holdings To Sell Majority Stake To China Solar Company

    STR Holdings Inc. of East Windsor on Tuesday said it has an agreement to sell a majority of the company to a solar-power business in China, Zhenfa Energy Group Co. Zhenfa will buy a 51 percent interest in STR for $21.7 million. The proceeds and other...
  • Veteran Chicago Tribune executive Phil Doherty to retire

    Veteran Chicago Tribune executive Phil Doherty to retire
    Longtime Chicago Tribune financial executive Phil Doherty, who helped navigate the newspaper company through some of the most challenging times in its history, announced his retirement Wednesday.   The 29-year-veteran held key financial positions with...
  • Stock in Busch Gardens' parent company tanks with disappointing earnings

    Stock in Busch Gardens' parent company tanks with disappointing earnings
    Stung by disappointing attendance at its parks in Orlando and San Diego, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. said Wednesday it will continue battling controversy over its captive killer whales as it makes new investments in its attractions. SeaWorld discussed...
  • Avago sells former LSI business to Intel

    Intel Corp., the world's leading manufacturer of microprocessors for personal computers, is putting down new roots in the Lehigh Valley. The Santa Clara, Calif., manufacturer struck a deal to buy a chunk of Avago Technology that employs hundreds of high-...
  • Berkshire Hathaway shares top $200,000 for the first time

    Berkshire Hathaway shares top $200,000 for the first time
    Berkshire Hathaway's Class A shares on Thursday hit $200,000 for the first time, making it more than 60 times more valueable than the next most-expensive stock listed on U.S. exchanges. The milestone further validates CEO Warren Buffett's vision for...
  • Nordstrom paying $350 million for Chicago's Trunk Club

    Nordstrom paying $350 million for Chicago's Trunk Club
    Nordstrom revealed Thursday it is paying $350 million in stock for Chicago-based menswear service Trunk Club. Nordstrom, which disclosed the terms of the deal as part of its second quarter earnings report, announced last month that it planned to buy...
  • Integrys to pay executives $34 million in 'golden parachutes'

    Integrys to pay executives $34 million in 'golden parachutes'
    Top executives of Integrys Energy Group Inc. will receive substantial payouts known as golden parachutes after Wisconsin Energy Corp. officially acquires the company next year. A "golden parachute" is a common term referring to a payout an executive...
  • SEC is investigating bid by Valeant and Bill Ackman for Allergan

    The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into the way a Canadian pharmaceutical company and activist investor Bill Ackman have tried to buy Botox maker Allergan Inc. of Irvine. Word of the investigation came less than a week after Allergan sued...