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  • Detroit gets OK to begin bankruptcy exit immediately

    Detroit gets OK to begin bankruptcy exit immediately
    The federal judge who approved Detroit's plan for exiting the biggest-ever U.S. municipal bankruptcy gave the city Wednesday the go-ahead for putting the plan in motion. "The city needs to begin implementing this plan immediately," Federal Bankruptcy...
  • Biz News: New facilities for treatment center

    New Directions for Women recently opened two facilities in Costa Mesa: a furniture warehouse and a new outpatient and administrative office. The office for the women's treatment center is at 3001 Red Hill Ave., Bldg. 4, Suite 109. The office...
  • Gibson to open store at former Tower Records site in West Hollywood

    Gibson to open store at former Tower Records site in West Hollywood
    The former Tower Records building, a legendary West Hollywood site that was under threat of being demolished, will have a second life in the music business as a special outpost for guitar giant Gibson Brands. Plans for the property, at 8801 Sunset Blvd....
  • Receiver takes control of Patel companies

    Receiver takes control of Patel companies
    Orlando businessman Nik Patel's companies are being handed over to a fiduciary to continue liquidating his assets, about five weeks after Patel was arrested on charges of loan fraud. The receiver, Michael Nanosky of Janus Hotels & Resorts in Boca Raton,...
  • UPDATE: Lumber Liquidators transferring Hampton workforce to new facility

    UPDATE: Lumber Liquidators transferring Hampton workforce to new facility
    In an effort to prepare for the opening of its new East Coast distribution center, Lumber Liquidators announced plans Tuesday to transfer more than 95 percent of its Hampton workforce to Henrico County.  Toano-based Lumber Liquidators operates a 603,000...
  • Biotech's pitfalls tripped up Dendreon, led it to bankruptcy

    SEATTLE Like a white cross planted alongside a narrow mountain road, Dendreon's bankruptcy will serve as a warning to those who follow. The Seattle biotech company pioneered an approach to fighting cancer by training a patient's own immune system to...
  • Tuesday's election will be hard to take sober

    Mix a pitcher of martinis Tuesday evening to fortify yourself against the torrent of election returns painting a pointillist portrait of the nation's mind. Before you become too mellow to care, consider some indexes of our civic tendencies. Voting...
  • Bankruptcy only solution for Pa.'s fiscal problems

    Bankruptcy only solution for Pa.'s fiscal problems
    As a businessman, Gov.-elect Wolf will be facing a $30 billion state budget and a $50 billion debt to the state pension systems for teachers and government workers. Having worked myself for 20-plus years with companies that were fiscally challenged, I...
  • Delford Smith dies at 84; aviation entrepreneur bought 'Spruce Goose'

    Delford Smith dies at 84; aviation entrepreneur bought 'Spruce Goose'
    Delford Smith, a rags-to-riches entrepreneur who reportedly bought his mother a home when he was 11, founded a worldwide aviation business and later purchased Howard Hughes' "Spruce Goose" for a museum he built in McMinnville, Ore., has died. He was 84....
  • In Nevada, Lake Las Vegas is a bit too sleepy

    In Nevada, Lake Las Vegas is a bit too sleepy
    They deal in the faux and fantastical on the frenetic Las Vegas Strip, where reality exists merely in air quotes, where you can stumble and sway from the "Empire State Building" to the "Eiffel Tower" and over to the "Egyptian Pyramids" while your bank...
  • Culver's chain comes to Central Florida

    Culver's chain comes to Central Florida
    Wisconsin-based restaurant chain Culver's will soon have its first Central Florida location, in Clermont at the corner of Johns Lake Road and U.S. 27. Local businessman Mike Ladisa just purchased 1.29 acres for $830,000 to build his franchise location...