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  • Harford County Native Rossilli Joins Redmer Insurance Group

    Redmer Insurance Group has named Caesar Rossilli, a Harford County native and Kingsville resident, personal lines manager. Rossilli is a 17-year veteran of the insurance industry. At Redmer Insurance Group, he oversees the sale of personal lines...
  • Constellation/Exelon deal: Reliability should be the main concern

    Constellation/Exelon deal: Reliability should be the main concern
    The last couple of times Constellation Energy tried to sell all or part of itself to an out-of-state company, Gov. Martin O'Malley's focus was almost entirely on the pocketbooks of two groups: Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. customers, and Constellation...
  • Will BGE remember the lessons of Irene?

    Will BGE remember the lessons of Irene?
    One reason people choose to live in Maryland is the absence of the kinds of natural catastrophes that plague so many other locales. Here, we have little to fear from Japanese-style tsunamis, Midwest-style tornadoes or (the recent tremor notwithstanding)...
  • Council approves more oversight of Visit Newport Beach

    NEWPORT BEACH — After an audit found that the city visitors bureau was spending public funds without many controls, the City Council approved a contract Tuesday that strengthens its oversight of the private group. The council will now appoint a...
  • No-nonsense CEO runs second-biggest bank in Chicago area

    No-nonsense CEO runs second-biggest bank in Chicago area
    On a September evening, in a large tent pitched outside his bank in downtown Lake Forest, Ed Wehmer took the microphone and addressed 350 people celebrating the 20th anniversary of what is now Wintrust Financial Corp. The jocular 57-year-old is known...
  • Steve Jobs, old-fashioned visionary

    Steve Jobs, old-fashioned visionary
    Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died this week after a long battle with cancer, is rightfully being lauded as a visionary, a person who brought technology seamlessly into our lives and who could all but see the future in his development of new ideas that...
  • Don't celebrate this tax 'holiday'

    Should corporations get a massive tax discount for bringing the $1.4 trillion they've stashed in overseas tax havens back to America? An army of corporate lobbyists certainly think so. They are asking Congress for a tax holiday allowing corporations to...
  • CL&P Union Leaders: Staffing Too Low, Executive Pay Too High

    Leaders at two unions representing line workers at Connecticut Light & Power Co. attacked the company as frustration over the pace of power restoration grew Wednesday, arguing that staffing levels are too low to allow quick response to a crisis of the...
  • Butler Doing Awesome Audition For Fall Guy

    Every time I see Jeffrey Butler, the president of CL&P, my overactive imagination dresses him in a Hawaiian shirt and transports him to the beach-side bar I am pretty sure he will be running on the Yucatan peninsula by this time next year. Butler...
  • If corporations are people, maybe they should start acting a little more patriotic

    If corporations are people, maybe they should start acting a little more patriotic
    Despite what the Supreme Court and Mitt Romney say, corporations aren't people. (I'll believe they are when Georgia and Texas start executing them.) The Supreme Court has ruled that corporations should be treated no differently than people who have...
  • Steinberg: Massive coaching salaries are justified

    The move by University of Wisconsin football Coach Brett Bielema to accept a higher paying job for himself and his assistants at the University of Arkansas weeks before his old team is slated to play in the Rose Bowl raises the perpetual question: Are...