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  • New suit filed against Exide plant

    New suit filed against Exide plant
    Exide Technologies officials willfully endangered the health of more than 60 children living near the company's troubled lead recycling plant in Vernon, according to a lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The complaint alleges that...
  • New Popeyes Replaces Friendly's In Manchester

    New Popeyes Replaces Friendly's In Manchester
    MANCHESTER — A new Popeyes restaurant is taking the place of the former Friendly's restaurant on Spencer Street. The owner, Drake Tower Corp., received a permit in May to make alterations to the 3,579-square-foot building at 199 Spencer St.,...
  • State watching as corporate structure above Horseshoe Casino shifts

    State watching as corporate structure above Horseshoe Casino shifts
    State gambling regulators said Tuesday that they are closely monitoring a corporate restructuring at debt-hobbled Caesars Entertainment Corp. that would alter the ownership of the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore. Caesars Entertainment is buying the parent...
  • Illinois Horse racing tracks tied to Blagojevich scandal file for bankruptcy

     Illinois Horse racing tracks tied to Blagojevich scandal file for bankruptcy
    Illinois' only two harness horse racing tracks kept their promise to the Illinois Racing Board as they filed for bankruptcy on Wednesday to continue operations into 2015 and protect themselves against property seizure. Balmoral Racing Club Inc. and...
  • Top national, international business stories of 2014

    Top national, international business stories of 2014
    So many stories, so hard to choose a top 12. The world of business didn't disappoint in 2014, with megadeals, a fictional assassination plot, hacking and new agreements to clear the air dominating the news. Long-suffering Detroit took a big step...
  • Revamped Costa Mesa Senior Center opens its doors

    Revamped Costa Mesa Senior Center opens its doors
    Hundreds of senior citizens sat in the recreation room of the Costa Mesa Senior Center last week inspecting this year's holiday gifts – mugs containing candy and a $5 gift card good at grocery or other stores. Last year, the nonprofit that was...
  • City brings back Costa Mesa Senior Center with Christmas party

    City brings back Costa Mesa Senior Center with Christmas party
    Hundreds of senior citizens sat in the recreation room of the Costa Mesa Senior Center last week inspecting this year's holiday gifts: mugs containing candy and a $5 gift card good at various stores, including the supermarket. Last year, the nonprofit...
  • West, South are fastest growing in latest census data

    Eight of the fastest growing states are in the South or West, according to the latest U.S. census data, and five of those growing are Sun Belt states as the nation continues its political, economic and social redistribution. The U.S. Census Bureau...
  • Diana Rauner, Illinois' next first lady, to stay focused on early education

     Diana Rauner, Illinois' next first lady, to stay focused on early education
    A few days before the election, a Chicago radio host introduced Bruce Rauner and wife Diana, telling listeners "behind every great man is a great woman." "In front sometimes too," replied Bruce Rauner, laughing. Diana Rauner is accustomed to being out...
  • Piggish bankers went whole hog to abuse consumers in 2014

    The end of the year occasions awards season in all industries, and the world of personal finance is no exception, which brings us to the 2014 edition of the Piggy Bank Awards for Dubious Achievements in Consumer Finance or, for short, "The Piggies."...
  • Senate action gives tax relief to short-sellers this year, not next

    For David Foster of Chicago, it was a stunning and welcome early Christmas present for him, his wife and three young children. The Senate's 11th-hour extension of the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through Dec. 31 will save Foster, who works for a...