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  • Baz Luhrmann's 'The Get Down' series going to Netflix

    Baz Luhrmann's 'The Get Down' series going to Netflix
    Director Baz Luhrmann is the latest major filmmaker to bring his next project to a streaming service. "The Get Down," the story of a group of South Bronx kids maneuvering through the music scene of 1970s New York City, will premiere on Netflix in 2016....
  • 2009 transcripts reveal Fed confronting a chaotic banking system

    2009 transcripts reveal Fed confronting a chaotic banking system
    Transcripts of Federal Reserve meetings in 2009 showed central bank officials struggling to contain the worst financial crisis in seven decades and searching for the right policies to halt a deepening economic downturn. The transcripts released Wednesday...
  • Lumber Liquidators blames short-sell investors for stock run, '60 Minutes' episode

    Lumber Liquidators blames short-sell investors for stock run, '60 Minutes' episode
    Officials with Lumber Liquidators are calling Sunday's '60 Minutes' piece about products it uses to manufacture laminate wood in China "improper," and plans to take to task a group a rogue short-selling investors they claim are trying to harm the company'...
  • 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...
  • Two picked to build Chicago-area car-charging stations charged with fraud

    Two picked to build Chicago-area car-charging stations charged with fraud
    Touted with fanfare by city officials and then-Gov. Pat Quinn at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show, a planned network of charging stations for electric vehicles was billed as an environmentally friendly project designed to be the best and largest in the country....
  • 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...
  • Senator asks for federal investigation of Lumber Liquidators after '60 Minutes' report

    Senator asks for federal investigation of Lumber Liquidators after '60 Minutes' report
    A U.S. senator is requesting that three federal agencies investigate Lumber Liquidators following a "60 Minutes" report that said the company's laminate flooring made in China may not meet California's health and safety standards. The "60 Minutes"...
  • U.S. airlines say Persian Gulf-based carriers got billions in subsidies

    U.S. airlines say Persian Gulf-based carriers got billions in subsidies
    Three of the largest U.S. airlines have accused competitors from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar of accepting $42 billion in government subsidies, giving the Persian Gulf-based airlines an unfair competitive advantage. American, Delta and United...
  • Attorney calls DMX robbery allegations baseless, claims fans tried to give rapper drugs

    Attorney calls DMX robbery allegations baseless, claims fans tried to give rapper drugs
    An attorney for rapper DMX says that accusations that his client robbed a man after a concert in Newark, N.J., on Saturday are completely baseless, and that the rapper simply walked away from a group of overzealous fans who were trying to sell him drugs....
  • Rauner says he'll use 'leverage' of money woes to get pro-business changes

    Rauner says he'll use 'leverage' of money woes to get pro-business changes
    Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner kicked off a campaign-style statewide tour Monday by indicating he'll try to "leverage" the state's money woes into securing a series of pro-business changes from a General Assembly controlled by Democrats likely to fiercely...
  • Former Sparrows Point mill owner fined for environmental violations during demolition

    Former Sparrows Point mill owner fined for environmental violations during demolition
    The former owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill in Dundalk and its demolition contractor have been hit with more than $3 million in penalties for pollution violations that officials say occurred during the tear-down of old mill buildings. The...