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  • Trump Taj Mahal might be open until Dec. 20

    PHILADELPHIA The Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J., might remain open until Dec. 20, as its parent company continues to negotiate for financial aid from the city or state, the bankrupt Trump Entertainment Resorts said Friday. On Friday morning,...
  • Detroit may not exit bankruptcy until Dec. 15

    Detroit may not exit bankruptcy until Dec. 15
    Detroit might not be ready to exit the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history until Dec. 15, a spokesman for the city's emergency manager said on Friday. "(The) 15th is the target we think the city can meet," said Bill Nowling, the spokesman. An...
  • The lame-duck Congress plots to undermine retiree pensions

    Passing legislation on a tight deadline--especially a bogus deadline--is invariably a formula for serious mischief. That's what's happening with a proposal to deal with a supposed crisis in worker pensions by allowing trustees to slash the pensions of...
  • The Rauner era has begun in Illinois

    The Rauner era has begun in Illinois
    When Speaker Michael Madigan adjourned the Illinois House last week, he closed with the traditional Latin phrase "sine die" or "until we meet again." That signaled adjournment until January when new lawmakers take their seats. That was it. Curtain...
  • Another teen retailer to file for bankruptcy

    Another teen retailer to file for bankruptcy
    Delia*s said it is liquidating assets and will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection “in the very near term,” becoming the second teen retailer to go out of business in as many days. Delia*s announcement wiped out more than 85 percent...
  • Deb Shops files for bankruptcy

    Deb Shops files for bankruptcy
    Teen retailer Deb Shops has filed for bankruptcy protection and is taking steps to liquidate if it can't find a buyer, according to court documents filed Thursday. This is the second time the Philadelphia-based business, which operates 295 stores...
  • Fed's quantitative easing strategy lets trillions sit idle, slowing the recovery

    WASHINGTON Two reasons why the Federal Reserve should stop trying to stimulate the economy: One: The policies they've enacted so far have contributed very little to the economic recovery. Two: They've likely already reached the limits of what monetary...
  • Detroit power outage: 'Another reminder of how much work we still need to do'

    DETROIT The culprit of Tuesday's power outage in Detroit, the city-run power grid, is in the beginning stages of a four-year, $200-million modernization project that could solve its longstanding reliability problems. The plan will finally remove the City...
  • Friendly's In Unionville Closes

    FARMINGTON — The Friendly's restaurant in the town's Unionville section has closed, the most recent of 16 other closures for the chain in Connecticut. The restaurant at 1835 Farmington Ave. shut down on Nov. 26, according to a Friendly's...
  • New owner says Keyser building will open as hotel next year

    New owner says Keyser building will open as hotel next year
    Downtown Baltimore's historic Keyser office building is expected to reopen next summer as a new hotel, five years after the developer that started the conversion entered bankruptcy. Red Lion Hotels Corp., a company based in Spokane, Wash., with more than...
  • Burt Reynolds is selling his 'Smokey and the Bandit' Trans-Am

    Burt Reynolds is selling his 'Smokey and the Bandit' Trans-Am
    Burt Reynolds is selling hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from his personal collection, including some fans' Holy Grail: his 1977 Pontiac Trans Am Coupe from the movie "Smokey and the Bandit." By Tuesday afternoon, the high bid was already at $70,000...