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A studious young man with an aptitude for computers, Majid Shoukat Khan was working as a database administrator in a high-rise office building in Tysons Corner, Va., on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. After American Airlines Flight 77 slammed into the...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Motorola Inc. first came courting Greg Brown, he wasn't interested. The year was 1998 and Brown, a division president at Ameritech in Chicago, was weighing an offer from Motorola against one from Micromuse, a publicly traded software company in...
Michael H. Jordan, a skilled troubleshooter who held leadership roles at CBS, PepsiCo and Westinghouse, died Tuesday in New York from complications related to cancer, CBS Corp. announced. He was 73. Jordan was instrumental in crafting the media...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- March personal income and spending -- March construction spending -- Earnings: Alberto-Culver Co.; Anadarko Petroleum Corp.; Cabot Oil & Gas Corp.; Centex Corp.; CNA Financial Corp.; General Growth Properties Inc.; Genworth Financial Inc.;...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRoger B. Smith, the General Motors executive who led the world's largest automaker from record profits to record losses in the 1980s and was vilified in the documentary "Roger & Me," died near Detroit on Thursday. He was 82. The former chairman and...
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The Swampby Frank James What do rum, motorsport race tracks and wooden arrows used by kids all have in common? The financial markets bailout bill, that's what. Taxpayers for Common Sense has compiled a handy list of what it called the......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhat do Martha Stewart, Big Steel, automakers, Planet Hollywood, trendy clothing manufacturers, software companies, Donald Trump and Scottish pubs have in common? Each is blaming poor financial performance on the recent terrorist attacks. To hear...
Times Staff WriterThe economy roared last quarter, and so did Falcon Plastics Inc. A family owned firm in the eastern South Dakota city of Brookings, Falcon posted record sales in September. Yet there's no impulse to celebrate, no rush to hire. The bad times are still too...
Tribune Staff WriterThe Nasdaq stock market's foundation made more than $250,000 in donations last year to non-profit groups affiliated with Nasdaq directors, a practice that has come under increasing scrutiny because of conflict-of-interest concerns. In September,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor most of the two years since the Internet bubble burst and knocked the technology industry into its worst slump, everyone from unemployed programmers to disaffected investors has looked hopefully to 2003 for a turnaround. Now, with the new year...
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