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  • LIPA Chief Operating Officer To Resign

    LIPA Chief Operating Officer To Resign
    The Long Island Power Authority announced Tuesday that its Chief Operating Officer Mike Hervey will resign at the end of the year. With thousands of Long Island residents still without power two weeks after Hurricane Sandy, LIPA has been blasted recently...
  • Bill to wrest power from Prince George's school board wins support

    Bill to wrest power from Prince George's school board wins support
    A bill authorizing a partial takeover of the troubled Prince George's County school system by the county's top elected official won critical support in Annapolis Wednesday. Members of the county's state Senate delegation voted overwhelmingly to...
  • Kee Borges Named Hartford COO

    Saundra Kee Borges, the city's corporation counsel, has been named chief operating officer. Kee Borges, 53, replaces David Panagore, who announced he would resign the post in August and left in mid-September. She had been serving as interim chief...
  • J. Terrence Lanni dies at 68; casino exec helped Las Vegas clean up its image

    J. Terrence Lanni dies at 68; casino exec helped Las Vegas clean up its image
    Reporting from Las Vegas -- J. Terrence Lanni, a casino executive who helped Las Vegas shed its mob-run image and earn Wall Street's respect, died late Thursday at his home in Pasadena. He was 68 and had cancer. Lanni served as an executive with...
  • PASSINGS: Kenny Guinn, Walter William Ralphs Jr.

    Kenny Guinn Former 2-term GOP governor of Nevada Kenny Guinn, 73, a former governor of Nevada, died Thursday after falling from the roof of his Las Vegas home while making repairs, police said. Guinn, a moderate Republican, was elected governor in 1998...
  • Group urges new teacher evaluations

    A group of business and civic leaders is urging the Los Angeles school district and teachers union to quickly develop a new evaluation system that incorporates student test score data and gives families more access to information about instructors. "This...
  • Robert Ingersoll dies at 96; ambassador to Japan, industrialist

    Robert Ingersoll dies at 96; ambassador to Japan, industrialist
    Robert S. Ingersoll, a Chicago industrialist who exchanged his business career for one as a diplomat, serving as U.S. ambassador to Japan and deputy secretary of State in the 1970s, has died. He was 96. Ingersoll died Sunday at a retirement home in...
  • Richard S. Stevens dies at 80; had leadership roles with Disneyland Hotel and Queen Mary

    Richard S. Stevens dies at 80; had leadership roles with Disneyland Hotel and Queen Mary
    Richard S. Stevens, who had leadership roles with the Disneyland Hotel, Queen Mary and Balboa Bay Club during a wide-ranging business career, has died. He was 80. Stevens died Oct. 14 in his sleep at his Newport Beach home, said his wife, Joan. He...
  • Andy Albeck dies at 89; former head of United Artists

    Andy Albeck dies at 89; former head of United Artists
    Andy Albeck, a former longtime United Artists executive whose tenure as president and chief executive in the late 1970s and early '80s was clouded by the high-profile failure of the epic western "Heaven's Gate," has died. He was 89. Albeck died of...
  • Norio Ohga dies at 81; former Sony chairman developed the CD

    Norio Ohga dies at 81; former Sony chairman developed the CD
    Former Sony President and Chairman Norio Ohga, who gave up a career as an opera singer to join the fledgling consumer electronics maker in the 1950s and later led its expansion from hardware to software and entertainment and developing the compact disc,...
  • NPR president's resignation fuels foes of public broadcasting funding

    NPR president's resignation fuels foes of public broadcasting funding
    — Vivian Schiller's resignation as president and chief executive of National Public Radio comes at a perilous time for the public broadcaster, as Republicans in Congress press ahead with plans to slice its federal lifeline. Schiller's exit on...