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  • They're out: Dodgers are dismissed from bankruptcy court

    The greatest stain on the history of a proud franchise was officially dissolved Monday, when U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross signed a final decree ending the Dodgers' time in his court. The bankruptcy cases of the Dodgers and related entities "are...
  • Fungal meningitis victims to receive money from $100-million fund

    Fungal meningitis victims to receive money from $100-million fund
    Victims of a fungal meningitis outbreak traced to a tainted steroid produced by a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy will be compensated from a $100-million fund created as part of the legal settlement stemming from the 2012 incident. The settlement was...
  • Detroit's creditors want entire art museum collection to be fair game

    Creditors in Detroit’s municipal bankruptcy have engineered a new appraisal aimed at putting the Detroit Institute of Arts' entire collection in play as a possible chip to maximize the amount the city will be obligated to ante up for debt repayment....
  • ABC Sues Prospect Park Seeking Unpaid Licensing Fees for 'One Life to Live,' 'All My Children'

    ABC has struck back against Prospect Park Networks -- the producer of now-dormant digital versions of "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" that filed for bankrupcy protection this week -- with the Alphabet net filing a lawsuit seeking at least $5...
  • Massive recall expenses slash General Motors' first-quarter profit

    Massive recall expenses slash General Motors' first-quarter profit
    Heavy spending to repair more than 6 million vehicles in the first quarter triggered an 88% plunge in General Motors Co. earnings for the period, compared to a year earlier. The nation’s largest automaker said it earned just $108 million, or 8...
  • 'Real Housewives' Stars Plead Guilty to Fraud

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- A "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star and her husband face prison time after they pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal fraud charges for concealing income and lying during bankruptcy proceedings. In contrast to their often raucous on-...
  • Jack Griffin named Tribune Publishing CEO; Eddy Hartenstein chairman

    Jack Griffin named Tribune Publishing CEO; Eddy Hartenstein chairman
    Veteran publishing executive Jack Griffin has been named chief executive of the new Tribune Publishing Co., leading a group of eight newspapers including the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune. The publishing chain is being spun off as a separately...
  • Jack Griffin Named CEO Of Tribune Publishing

    Jack Griffin Named CEO Of Tribune Publishing
    Tribune Co. has named the leadership team for Tribune Publishing, which is preparing to spin off as a separate newspaper company later this year. Eddy Hartenstein, publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times, will serve as non-executive chairman of the...
  • 'Real Housewives' stars plead guilty to fraud charges in N.J.

    Two stars of the reality television show “Real Housewives of New Jersey” face the reality of prison after pleading guilty on Tuesday to federal charges of committing a long-running financial fraud. Teresa and Giuseppe “Joe”...
  • Chicago Spire's fate on the line as trial gets underway

    Chicago Spire's fate on the line as trial gets underway
    The battle for control of Chicago's best-known hole in the ground is about to commence. It was six years ago that Irish developer Garrett Kelleher stopped work after early digging on the Chicago Spire. What was supposed to be a career-defining project...
  • Judge denies extension to Westport team

    Judge denies extension to Westport team
    U.S. bankruptcy judge Robert Gordon on Tuesday denied a bid for more time sought by Westport developer Patrick Turner, who has been trying for almost a decade to turn a blank swath of Baltimore's western waterfront into a vibrant, mixed-use community....