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  • Malloy Won't Bring Back Jobs

    I for one am tired of the political ads run by Dan Malloy. He is attacking the successful business record of Tom Foley, and by doing that attacking the American dream. Many distressed companies are bought and sold just before they go into bankruptcy....
  • Thousands of brown recluse poison spiders drive owners from upscale home

    Thousands of brown recluse poison spiders drive owners from upscale home
    A home with prime views of the third and fourth holes at Whitmoor Country Club has been vacant for two years because of a creepy crawly problem. The home was infested with between 4,500 and 6,000 brown recluse spiders, according to one estimate. The...
  • Exide hazardous waste dripped onto roads from trucks, records show

    Exide hazardous waste dripped onto roads from trucks, records show
    Hazardous waste from an embattled Vernon battery recycler dripped from tractor-trailers onto public roadways last year, according to recently released public documents in which a state environmental inspector called the leaks an "on-going problem" that...
  • Top investors, strategists take pummeling in Wall Street sell-off

    BOSTON (Reuters) - Some of Wall Street's biggest names are licking their wounds as October lives up to its reputation as one of the market's roughest months. The Standard & Poor's 500 index  has now lost almost 8 percent in the past three-and-a-half...
  • Rauner chain hit for Ohio campaign donations

    Rauner chain hit for Ohio campaign donations
    Executives of a nursing home chain owned by Bruce Rauner's investment firm made banned campaign contributions to Ohio lawmakers in 2003 and then improperly billed Medicaid for reimbursement of the donations, according to court records in the company's...
  • Suit: FBI took assets owed for child support

    Suit: FBI took assets owed for child support
    A man who helped the FBI build a criminal bankruptcy fraud case against his ex-wife is now suing the federal agency, claiming it kept nearly $150,000 in cash and jewelry seized from the former Winnetka woman that he says is owed to him for child support....
  • Why Ezekiel Emanuel is wrong to 'hope' for death at 75

    Why Ezekiel Emanuel is wrong to 'hope' for death at 75
    Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, eminent oncologist, medical sage, policy advisor to the Obama¬†White House, outspoken defender of the Affordable Care Act — has roiled the political and policy communities, both left and right, with an essay in the Atlantic...
  • Judge in Apple supplier's bankruptcy questions need for secrecy

    Judge in Apple supplier's bankruptcy questions need for secrecy
    The judge overseeing the mysterious bankruptcy of an Apple Inc sapphire supplier on Wednesday voiced skepticism over requests for secrecy and compared the iPhone maker to a demanding homeowner unhappy with how a construction project turned out. Scant...
  • Made in California: Steel fabricator Hannibal is bouncing back

    Made in California: Steel fabricator Hannibal is bouncing back
    During the worst of the recession, an executive at Hannibal Industries Inc. had a simple way of figuring out whether his employer was still in business. The Vernon steel fabricator had lost half its pre-downturn annual revenue of $100 million and laid...
  • Fashion Mall owners to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

    Fashion Mall owners to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy
    The developers and owners of the Fashion Mall in Plantation said Tuesday that they intend to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. "The purpose of the bankruptcy filings is to place the assets in the hands of professional fiduciaries in order to maximize value...
  • Light penalties the norm for state utilities following fatal accidents

    Light penalties the norm for state utilities following fatal accidents
    On Feb. 9, 2011, natural gas from a cracked cast-iron pipe fueled a massive explosion that lit up the sky in Allentown, killing five people and destroying eight row homes at 13th and Allen streets. The explosion echoed another — just six months...