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  • Kodak to keep making movie film, with Hollywood's support

    It looks like Hollywood's in for some more Kodak moments. Eastman Kodak Co., one of the world's most recognizable film suppliers, is finalizing agreements with industry leaders to keep celluloid in the future of film. "After extensive discussions with...
  • Financial health can be a matter of time, not smarts

    Conventional wisdom says the more you know about personal finance, the better off you'll be at managing your money. But a new survey suggests that knowledge alone is not enough. For your finances to be in good shape, you also need to be aware of...
  • Stereo D plans expansion into Canada

    Stereo D plans expansion into Canada
    Stereo D, a Burbank visual effects company, plans to move a significant portion of its workforce north of the border. The company, which specializes in the conversion of movies to a 3-D format, told employees this morning that the studio is planning...
  • San Bernardino's rising homicide rate troubles cops, residents

    San Bernardino's rising homicide rate troubles cops, residents
    Earlier this month, Shelton Nicholas, 23, became San Bernardino’s 26th homicide victim of the year. His July 5 shooting at an abandoned home was the first in a bloody run of killings -- five dead in the city in just nine days. A father of five...
  • Recalled products sold by Best Buy, liquidators

    Recalled products sold by Best Buy, liquidators
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Best Buy are warning consumers that 10 different recalled products continued to be sold or were resold by Best Buy, Magnolia stores and liquidators Best Buy Private Auction, CowBoom and...
  • States debate digital currency

    Now that consumers can use digital currencies like bitcoin to buy rugs from Overstock.com, pay for Peruvian pork sandwiches from a food truck in Washington, D.C., and even make donations to political action committees, states are beginning to explore...
  • Rauner offers Illinois its last chance

    It is undeniable that Bruce Rauner has been an amazingly successful businessman. Throwing all logic out the window, Rauner's detractors continue to play the tired class warfare game by pointing to Rauner's personal success as a negative, a reason we...
  • Calling the boss out on his misdeeds takes courage

    How far should you go to call attention to a colleague's wrongdoing? A reader used to work for a publication where all the employees, including his boss, had a writing quota. An executive higher up at the publication instituted a policy that required the...
  • Detroit's mayor given control of water department

    DETROIT Detroit's emergency manager on Tuesday granted fuller authority to the city's mayor to manage the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, amid outcry over its crackdown on customers with overdue bills. Mayor Mike Duggan had said that he wasn't in...
  • Lumber Liquidators opens in Timonium

     
    Lumber Liquidators, a hardwood flooring specialty retailer, has opened a store in Timonium, the third in the Baltimore area....
  • Maryland agencies need to improve oversight of group homes, officials say

    Maryland agencies need to improve oversight of group homes, officials say
    State officials said at a legislative briefing Thursday that their agencies must do more to flag financial mismanagement at group homes — problems similar to those that went unheeded at an Anne Arundel County facility where a 10-year-old disabled...