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  • Lawsuits threaten DWP payments to city

    Lawsuits threaten DWP payments to city
    Ratepayers have had reason to gripe in recent months about the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, whose fumbled rollout of a new billing system in 2013 produced some breathtakingly inaccurate charges for customers. Still, the public does get...
  • Jennifer Calonia: 5 moves to make if you missed the tax-filing deadline

    Missing the federal tax filing deadline on April 15 doesn't mean you're in Uncle Sam's doghouse yet, but it does mean you need to rally in order to keep the taxman from knocking on your door. Whether you've already received a late notice from the IRS...
  • Wes Moss: Budgeting your finite time

    All the time in the world doesn't guarantee happiness, just as all the money in the world doesn't always equal happiness. Here's how to budget time to find your balance of hours and finances. Browsing through Psychology Today recently, I came upon an...
  • Jeff Stimpson: Coping When Illness Strikes

    Two jobs, a new home, education underway for a new career: Then, at just age 59, comes the stroke that leaves a husband with no bad medical history suddenly wheelchair-bound and his younger wife tossing in the financial and emotional storm. "It was her...
  • Mother left legacy for NFL prospect Zack Hodges

    Zack Hodges' last football game for Independence High came on the September day in 2008 when he buried his mother. Hodges, his coaches and several dozen of his teammates attended the afternoon funeral for Barbara Wright, who died at 48 after a massive...
  • College of DuPage trustees, administrators bill alcohol to foundation

     College of DuPage trustees, administrators bill alcohol to foundation
    College of DuPage trustees and senior administrators used a separate — and previously undisclosed — account at the campus' high-end restaurant to charge thousands of dollars in alcohol to a foundation intended to fund student scholarships, a...
  • Fed's Dudley hopeful of interest rate hike this year despite weak data

    Fed's Dudley hopeful of interest rate hike this year despite weak data
    A top Federal Reserve policymaker said Monday that he was hopeful the central bank will raise its benchmark short-term interest rate this year despite recent weak economic data. William C. Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,...
  • Pamela Yip: Proposed 'fiduciary duty' rule for retirement advisers is a good step

    The Obama administration's proposed rule to provide better consumer protection for retirement savings is a welcome move. It will benefit consumers, many of whom can't distinguish among the different types of financial advisers, much less tell whether...
  • Walker's frugal shopping tale doesn't mention taxpayer millions

    CHICAGO It lacks Apple's cult following, the cutting edge of Tesla or the daily devotees of Starbucks. Yet Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker can't stop talking about Kohl's as he crisscrosses the U.S. before a likely presidential run. The retail discounter...
  • World finance leaders see threats ahead for global economy

    The world's financial leaders see a number of threats facing a global economy still on an uneven road to recovery with U.S. and European officials worrying that Greece will default on its debt. The finance ministers and central bank governors ended three...
  • Bipartisanship breaks out on Capitol Hill _ at least for now

    Suddenly, bipartisanship has broken out on Capitol Hill. On Iran, Medicare, education and trade, Republicans and Democrats have come together to make deals, and that's something rarely seen lately. "It's great," Republican Sen. John Cornyn of Texas said...