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  • Miller saw the Lite and figured out how to sell it

    Miller saw the Lite and figured out how to sell it
    They have everything you could want in an ad. And less. Those wry, nostalgic Miller Lite commercials, the ones that talk about how Miller invented Lite beer (and you), recall a time when the mass-marketed low-calorie beer that dominate the market...
  • Hollywood Palms Cinema in Naperville files for bankruptcy

    Crain's Chicago Business is reporting: The Hollywood Palms Cinema in Naperville filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Feb. 19. The filing comes after the theater's owner was charged with tax evasion in December by the state. Get the full story: ...
  • Suge Knight, a link who'd lost connection

    Suge Knight, a link who'd lost connection
    Marion "Suge" Knight and Death Row Records filed for bankruptcy in 2006, long after his numerous legal run-ins had alienated him from most reputable companies and his flagship artists had left. Yet he still made it past velvet ropes. When Knight got...
  • Q & A: California public worker pensions at risk

    Q & A: California public worker pensions at risk
    The pensions of public employees across California are not as safe as they were once thought to be. The state’s biggest pension fund, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, spent millions of dollars to defend itself and worker...
  • War of words erupts between Delta and Emirates over subsidies and 9/11

    War of words erupts between Delta and Emirates over subsidies and 9/11
    A war of words has broken out between the chief executives of Delta Air Lines and Emirates over government subsidies and the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Here’s how it all went down: Delta chief Richard Anderson and other U.S. airline...
  • Jeweler Levinson found dead after texting suicide note

    Jeweler Levinson found dead after texting suicide note
    A prominent Las Olas jeweler who rubbed elbows with celebrities, supported charitable causes and chummed around with one of South Florida's biggest Ponzi schemers took his own life Tuesday, authorities said. Mark Levinson sent his suicide note in an...
  • Parliament House emerges from bankruptcy

    Parliament House emerges from bankruptcy
    The owner of Parliament House, a gay-themed resort on Orlando’s west side, has emerged from bankruptcy after shedding millions in debts. The resort has plans to refinance, renovate and expand, said R. Scott Shuker, the resort’s bankruptcy...
  • 2 counties to decide on plan for Indiana Toll Road

    2 counties to decide on plan for Indiana Toll Road
    Authorities in two northwest Indiana counties are scheduled to decide over the next several weeks on whether to proceed with a proposal to lease the Indiana Toll Road after the Australian-Spanish consortium that leased it went bankrupt. The plan...
  • Emanuel, Garcia campaign across Chicago in final weekend before election

    Emanuel, Garcia campaign across Chicago in final weekend before election
    During the final weekend of campaigning, Mayor Rahm Emanuel went on the attack Saturday against Jesus “Chuy” Garcia for comments the challenger has made about waiting until after the election to determine how to raise more money for the cash-...
  • Heated campaign for Homer Glen mayor nears end

    Heated campaign for Homer Glen mayor nears end
    It's the Election That Almost Wasn't in Homer Glen on Tuesday, as two political factions compete for village offices centered around a mayoral campaign that has engaged in more than a little mudslinging. In seeking a third term, Mayor Jim Daley Jr....
  • Megan McArdle: Revamp student loan policies

    A group of student-loan borrowers has declared that they're not going to repay their student loans, and they are asking the Department of Education to cancel their debt. They are former students -- perhaps I should say "victims" -- of a for-profit...