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  • Should Rauner cut pensions to lower debt?

    Should Rauner cut pensions to lower debt?
    Gov. Bruce Rauner has decided that allowing Illinois municipalities to declare bankruptcy is an important tool to minimize union influence and membership rates in the state. Chicago, which he says "is in deep, deep yogurt" with pension obligations,...
  • Noble plants big stake in Texas with $2.1B deal for Rosetta

    Noble Energy will pay about $2.1 billion for Rosetta Resources in an all-stock deal that gives the oil and gas company access to two massive Texas shale formations. Assets belonging to Rosetta Resources Inc. include about 50,000 net acres in the Eagle...
  • Al Boscov passes the torch to nephew

    Al Boscov passes the torch to nephew
    For Al Boscov, it's been many happy returns — mostly — in a career spanning his entire life. "We're a little nobody," he said, "but we're able to compete with the biggest guys." On Friday, the company he heads and resurrected from the...
  • Government's role in collapse of Corinthian

    The following editorial appeared in The Orange County Register: For those of us who follow education policy, the entire process surrounding Corinthian Colleges has been fascinating. Corinthian is or, as of last week, "was" a for-profit system of post-...
  • Germany's Schaeuble reaffirms will to keep Greece in euro

    Germany's finance minister says his country will do everything it can to keep Greece in the eurozone under "justifiable conditions." Eurozone finance ministers will meet on Monday amid slow-moving talks on a deal with Greece's creditors. Finance...
  • Newport News Everest College now a nonprofit

    Newport News Everest College now a nonprofit
    The Everest College campuses in Newport News and Chesapeake aren't part of a nationwide for-profit school shutdown because they were sold in February and converted to nonprofit institutions. Corinthian Colleges Inc., which was the previous owner of...
  • Indian Motorcycle rolls into Lehigh Valley

    Indian Motorcycle rolls into Lehigh Valley
    Maybe you like the rush of traveling at high speeds with fresh air in your face. Perhaps you prefer the scent of real pine trees over that of a pine tree-shaped deodorizer. Or maybe, just maybe, you simply want to save space in your garage. Whatever...
  • Future of former Showboat uncertain

    Behind closed doors in the mayor's office, parties interested in the fate of the former Showboat casino hotel met Friday to try to resolve a tangled legal impasse. But when the meeting at City Hall was over, no one -- including Mayor Don Guardian and...
  • Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review

    Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review
    Sunday, 05.03.15 Medina, Keating win OC Marathon Ivan Medina of Mexico won the 11th annual U.S. Bank OC Marathon. Medina passed the finish line alone to win his first marathon — in 2 hours, 30 minutes, 21 seconds at the OC Fair & Event Center in...
  • 'He was the most driven young man'

     'He was the most driven young man'
    Robert Drenk's large Huntington Beach home has a waterfall, an outside fireplace and two pink rooms for his toddlers. That's a far cry from the years when he slept on couches as his family moved back and forth between Lake Perris and Florida. Drenk'...
  • Former Maine Aquarium owner sues lawyer for rebuild role

    The old owner of a once-beloved aquarium in Maine is suing his former attorney with a claim that the lawyer intentionally mishandled a bankruptcy case stemming from an attempt to resurrect the facility. Former Maine Aquarium owner Raymond Cronkite...