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  • The Los Angeles Philharmonic faces up to a daunting future

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic faces up to a daunting future
    On a serene summer evening, Deborah Borda, chief executive of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, settled into her box seat at the Hollywood Bowl. As the musicians took the stage, a woman yelled in Borda's direction: "We can't keep doing Mahler if we want to...
  • Greece, creditors open to compromise but deal still far off

    Signs that Greece and its European creditors are open to compromise boosted market hopes on Friday that the sides can reach a deal to save the country from bankruptcy. But any agreement will likely take time, with both sides pressing hard for concessions....
  • Taj Mahal casino closing poker room for remake, July reopen

    Atlantic City' Trump Taj Mahal casino is closing its money-losing poker room for a makeover and plans to re-open it by summer. Trump Entertainment Resorts CEO Robert Griffin said the room has become unprofitable for the casino, which is struggling to...
  • Major work done, Detroit's bankruptcy judge will retire

    The judge who delayed his retirement to oversee Detroit's historic bankruptcy is stepping down next week. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court asked a federal appeals court on Friday to name another judge to take the case. Detroit emerged from bankruptcy in...
  • Detroit bankruptcy judge approves $178M in professional fees

    The judge who handled Detroit's bankruptcy has given his blessing to $178 million in fees charged by law firms and other professionals in the case. Judge Steven Rhodes says the pay is "reasonable," a key standard under bankruptcy law. The city's law...
  • Vacant Fashion Mall to be auctioned

    Vacant Fashion Mall to be auctioned
    Long-vacant Fashion Mall in Plantation will be auctioned to the highest bidder in March, a bankruptcy judge ruled Thursday. Judge John K. Olson of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Florida ruled in favor of auctioning the more than 30 acres...
  • Severance at risk for recently laid off RadioShack employees

    FORT WORTH, Texas RadioShack employees who were laid off in December and January will likely have to get in line with other creditors to collect their promised severance. In early December, RadioShack changed its severance policy from giving departing...
  • 'Partridge Family's' David Cassidy files for bankruptcy after divorce, rehab

    'Partridge Family's' David Cassidy files for bankruptcy after divorce, rehab
    David Cassidy of "The Partridge Family" fame has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Florida. "I am going through bankruptcy proceedings at the moment. This is necessary for practical reasons to reorganize my life as I go through divorce and...
  • Utah man no-show in trial over prison doc's tax dodge

    Utah man no-show in trial over prison doc's tax dodge
    A Utah man who allegedly helped former Lehigh County prison doctor Erik Von Kiel create a phony religious medical society to hide his earnings from the government was a no-show for his trial Wednesday. Robert G. Wray, 50, was due to stand trial on...
  • Police: Suspect in shooting of San Diego TV sportscaster was in dispute over house painting

    A house painter suspected of shooting and wounding a San Diego television sportscaster was in a dispute with the victim over work done on the reporter's home, police said. Authorities say Mike Montana, 54, fired multiple shots through the rear window...
  • San Diego TV sportscaster recovering after dispute with house painter leads to shooting

    Kyle Kraska saw the painter in the neighborhood and hired him to work on the outside of his house, but the relationship later soured. Police say the painter allegedly fired on the San Diego television sportscaster through the back window of his Mercedes....