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  • New owner is planning upgrades for Bear Mountain, Snow Summit

    New owner is planning upgrades for Bear Mountain, Snow Summit
    The new owner of Bear Mountain and Snow Summit has begun considering upgrades to Southern California's top local peaks, including plans to expand mountain biking trails and connect the two neighboring resorts. Mammoth Resorts, the operator of Mammoth...
  • McCormick to buy Italian spice-maker for $97 million

    McCormick to buy Italian spice-maker for $97 million
    McCormick & Co. Inc. is expanding in Europe with the acquisition of top Italian spice-maker Drogheria & Alimentari for $97 million, the Sparks-based company announced Friday. The 135-year-old, privately held D&A, which makes branded and private-label...
  • Massey Services moves into South Carolina with acquisition

    Massey Services moves into South Carolina with acquisition
    Orlando-based Massey Services announced Tuesday it will acquire South Carolina-based Wolf Pest Control, expanding the Massey footprint into South Carolina. Sale price was not disclosed. Massey is currently in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas....
  • Strong sense of team keeping Andrew Berlin in the game

    Strong sense of team keeping Andrew Berlin in the game
    Editor's note: This story was originally published May 21, 2012. Andrew Berlin confirmed Friday he is purchasing a small stake in the Chicago Cubs. Berlin owns the Cubs' Class A affiliate in South Bend, Ind., a team formerly known as the Silver Hawks....
  • FTC challenges Sysco's plans to buy US Foods

    FTC challenges Sysco's plans to buy US Foods
    Sysco's lengthy attempt to buy US Foods was dealt a blow Thursday, as the Federal Trade Commission and 11 attorneys general sought to block the deal. The FTC said it filed an administrative complaint, charging that the potential takeover would violate...
  • Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings

    Station acquisitions, political ads boost Sinclair Broadcast earnings
    Shares of Sinclair Broadcast Group leapt nearly 5 percent after the company announced Wednesday that TV station acquisitions and strong political advertising boosted its sales and earnings in the fourth quarter. The Hunt Valley-based TV station owner's...
  • HP buys Aruba Networks for $2.7 billion

    HP buys Aruba Networks for $2.7 billion
    Hewlett-Packard is buying wireless networking company Aruba Networks for about $2.7 billion, in what amounts to HP's first major acquisition since its disastrous purchase of a British software company in 2011. Aruba, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., makes...
  • Legislators Grappling With Fast-Changing Health Care Landscape

    Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano speaks fondly of the days when his dad was a primary care doctor in independent practice, running his patients' lab tests and performing mammograms in his office to make sure they got done. "I think that era is going to...
  • McCormick acquires N.J.-based broth maker for $63 million

    McCormick acquires N.J.-based broth maker for $63 million
    McCormick & Co. Inc. said Monday it has acquired Brand Aromatics, a privately held New Jersey-based maker of marinades and broths, for about $63 million in cash. McCormick's latest acquisition, its second this year, will allow the Hunt Valley-based...
  • Criticism of Pepco merger with Exelon unfounded

    Criticism of Pepco merger with Exelon unfounded
    A Pepco Holdings merger with Exelon is a good deal and is in the best interest of residents of the state of Maryland. It has the potential to make Maryland a national leader in the development of microgrids, energy efficiency, distributed energy —...
  • Illinois employers plan for more than 2,800 layoffs

    Illinois employers plan for more than 2,800 layoffs
    More than 300 Tiger Direct employees in Illinois will lose their jobs as the electronics company closes most of its retail stores to focus on its business-to-business operations. Tiger Direct on May 9 will close its four Illinois retail stores, in...