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  • RadioShack to get liquidity boost via replaced facility

    RadioShack to get liquidity boost via replaced facility
    (Reuters) - RadioShack Corp said a group of investors led by Standard General LP have replaced GE Capital as lead lender of its asset-based credit facility, in a move that will allow the struggling electronics retailer to tap more funds ahead of the...
  • Uncle Sam won't forget about your student loans

     Uncle Sam won't forget about your student loans
    Want to spot the "no exit" of painful debt? It's your student loans. If you borrow for college and find yourself unable to pay at some point, you won't be able to escape the loans. Student loans aren’t automatically discharged in bankruptcy...
  • Stockton pension ruling: More bark than bite?

    A federal bankruptcy judge's decision that Stockton could toss out its contract with CalPERS, the state's giant pension fund, may lead to deep cuts in workers' and retirees' pensions, even though the city didn't ask for any cuts at all. It also could lead...
  • Corrections and clarifications for Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014

    A front-page caption and story on Friday about Bruce Rauner's credit union investment misstated the name of the South Side Community Federal Credit Union. A story on Page 1 Friday misstated the time frame in which 43 Illinois hospitals saw their Medicare...
  • Cities may use bankruptcy to cut worker pensions

    Cities may use bankruptcy to cut worker pensions
    Financially pressed California cities might turn to bankruptcy as a way to cut their increasing pension costs after a judge's ruling, experts said Thursday. Analysts from Moody's Investor Services, a bond rating firm, said that Wednesday's ruling by a...
  • Frankfurt exchange's China dream turns to nightmare

    FRANKFURT/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - When Deutsche Boerse set off eight years ago to lure Chinese companies to Germany with fast listings and low fees, it dreamed of one day landing a giant like Alibaba . But as the New York Stock Exchange basks in the $22...
  • Ashley Swearengin for state controller

     Ashley Swearengin for state controller
    Californians have been breathing a bit easier in recent months as the state government's finances have turned — slowly, like an ocean freighter — from disaster to solvency. But the work is hardly done, and diligence is called for to ensure the...
  • Former Blackhawk Rene Bourque buys Roscoe Village home

    Former Blackhawk Rene Bourque buys Roscoe Village home
    Former Chicago Blackhawks right-wing Rene Bourque, who skates for the Montreal Canadiens, paid $1.5 million for a newly constructed house in the Roscoe Village neighborhood. "He loves it here. He loves the city," Bourque's sports agent, Ben Hankinson,...
  • Joe Giudice of 'RHONJ' gets 41 months in prison, Teresa Giudice gets 15

    Teresa Giudice of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" and her husband, Joe Giudice, were sentenced Thursday to federal prison for conspiracy and bankruptcy fraud -- and she's going to the slammer first. Joe Giudice was hit first with 41 months behind...
  • Rauner avoids nursing home questions as trial starts

    Rauner avoids nursing home questions as trial starts
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner on Monday avoided questions about his ties to a troubled nursing home chain, while a federal trial in Florida began hearing evidence on claims that Rauner’s old private equity firm participated in a...
  • Reports: Blase Cupich to replace Cardinal George

    Reports: Blase Cupich to replace Cardinal George
    The man reported to be the next archbishop of Chicago, like the ailing cardinal he would replace, opposes same-sex marriage and, in his two previous jobs as bishop, has been outspoken in his advocacy for the poor. But unlike Francis George, Blase Cupich...