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  • John Allan: Always on cue

    John Allan: Always on cue
    After a quarter-century spent raising the bar on the men's grooming experience — opening a handful of just-for-the-guys salons coast-to-coast and launching an eponymous line of men's hair- and skincare products — John Allan is going...
  • Concert update: New shows by Hank Williams Jr, Phoenix and Sigur Ros

    Concert update: New shows by Hank Williams Jr, Phoenix and Sigur Ros
    It was a busy morning for concert announcements. The nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth unveiled details of shows by Phoenix (Aug. 30) and Hank Williams Jr. (Aug. 31.) Also, the Icelandic band Sigur Ros will play Norfolk on Sept. 24. The Sigur Ros...
  • Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers

    Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers
    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court opened the door Monday for California raisin growers to challenge the constitutionality of a Depression-era farming law that requires them to keep part of their annual crop off the market. In a 9-0 ruling, the...
  • California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe

    California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe
    The Supreme Court on Monday gave a California raisin-growing couple another chance to defend their claim that the government violated their constitutional rights by fining them after they refused to obey Depression-era crop mandates. In a unanimous...
  • College Lines

    KING'S COLLEGE: King's College held its 64th commencement exercises on May 19, when Madeline Schiminger, Forest Hill, received a bachelor of science in medical studies. BRYANT UNIVERSITY: Bryant University held its 150th commencement on Saturday, May 18....
  • Top features, products unveiled at Apple's WWDC 2013 [Video chat]

    Top features, products unveiled at Apple's WWDC 2013 [Video chat]
    Apple has wrapped up its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, and per usual, the company announced a flurry of new products and service. Join us here at 2:30 p.m. as we discuss Apple's announcements. The company had a lot of new products to offer...
  • Lululemon CEO Christine Day to step down after sheer-pants scandal

    Lululemon CEO Christine Day to step down after sheer-pants scandal
    Lululemon Athletica Inc.’s black yoga pants may have made a comeback after being recalled for being too sheer, but the same can’t be said for the company’s chief executive, Christine Day. Five and a half years after taking over the...
  • Dole CEO Murdock makes $1.1-billion takeover bid

    David H. Murdock, the chief executive, chairman and largest shareholder of Dole Food Co., made an unsolicited offer to take over the Westlake Village company for $12 a share. The bid, which values the world’s largest fresh fruit and vegetable...
  • Cigna Agreement For Pharmacy Benefits Management Expected To Save Millions Annually

    Cigna Corp. announced late Monday it has a new 10-year agreement with Catamaran, a company that buys prescription drugs in bulk and provides technological advantages to manage drug inventories for the health insurer. The arrangement builds on an...
  • iHeartRadio, Spotify lead user growth as Apple unveils streaming

    As Apple finally enters the on-demand music streaming market, established services are making double- and triple-digit gains in users, according to a study by Nielsen. In the last year, the fastest grower was Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio, which...
  • Hyatt Regency Chesapeake dips into reserves to pay debt

    Hyatt Regency Chesapeake dips into reserves to pay debt
    The state-owned Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay resort in Cambridge continues to deplete a reserve fund to cover its semiannual debt payments because it is not making enough money. The state withdrew $2 million from the reserve June 1, cutting the fund's...