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Annual and Special Corporate Meetings

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  • Mayor: New JWA agreement could be days away

    Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry had two speeches ready for the Airport Working Group's annual meeting Wednesday night. One would have answered looming questions about the new terms of John Wayne Airport's settlement agreement, which sets JWA's passenger...
  • CA's quick movement on Symphony Woods deserve protest [Letter]

    The historically slow to move Columbia Association Board of Directors is moving at breakneck speed to give away Symphony Woods. They are waiving, suspending and otherwise ignoring all of their long established due process procedures to finalize the deal...
  • AMA wants higher Medicare payments

    AMA wants higher Medicare payments
    Days before the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on the constitutionality of the biggest overhaul of federal health care law in five decades, the nation's most powerful group of physicians said Saturday it may push for major changes — should...
  • JPMorgan's Dimon keeps his chairman job in shareholder vote

    JPMorgan's Dimon keeps his chairman job in shareholder vote
    TAMPA, Fla. — Jamie Dimon will keep his jobs as chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Shareholders overwhelmingly voted him back onto the board as well as approving executive compensation packages. Shareholders voted only 40% in...
  • News Corp. and DirecTV at odds over new TV deal

     
    News Corp., DirecTV: More than two dozen News Corp.-owned cable channels may go off satellite broadcaster DirecTV on Nov. 1 if the two companies can't reach an agreement on a new distribution agreement....
  • News Corp. phone hacking: Les Hinton says little new to Parliament

     
    News Corp. phone hacking: Les Hinton, a former top News Corp. executive who had oversight over "News of the World" during its phone hacking scandal, faced Parliament again on Monday but offered little that differed from previous comments....
  • James Murdoch survives BSkyB vote despite dissent

     
    Despite the taint of the persistent British phone-hacking scandal, James Murdoch on Tuesday was reelected as chairman of the powerful British Sky Broadcasting television service....
  • Holiday shopping made easy: Buy a piece of the Green Bay Packers

     
    Green Bay Packers stock sold 1,600 shares in the first 11 minutes on sale Tuesday morning, team president Mark Murphy said....
  • Gingrich's shady Alinsky campaign

     
    I suspect Saul Alinsky would nod with grudging admiration at the way GOP presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich repeatedly injects his name into speeches and interviews. "The centerpiece of this campaign is American exceptionalism versus the radicalism of...
  • Sumner Redstone to attend Viacom meeting after all

     
    Viacom Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone backtracked Friday, saying he would in fact attend the media company's annual meeting with shareholders. On Thursday, the company said an "unavoidable conflict" would prevent the 88-year-old mogul from...
  • The Morning Fix: 'Hunger Games' to ABC Family. No horseplay on 'Luck.'

     
    Disney wants Marvel characters at its theme parks. Trouble on set of HBO's Luck....