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  • 01/26: New businesses

    01/26: New businesses
    Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Lake Twin Line Enterprises LLC,10123 U.S. Highway 441, Leesburg, 34788. Advanced...
  • Retirement planning steps for Generation X

    Welcome to 50, Generation X. As the first wave of slackers hits the half-century milestone this year, it's a good time to start getting serious about retirement planning. Hey, it's more fun than that first colonoscopy, right? Maybe, but workers in...
  • Just how badly does South Korean group want a piece of Dodgers?

    Just how badly does South Korean group want a piece of Dodgers?
    Let’s say you had a lot of money. No, more than that. Way more than that. Like you were a billionaire. OK, this is going to take some serious imagination, but play along. The Times’ Bill Shaikin reported a group of South Korean investors are...
  • Caribbean leaders in Washington today for energy talks

    With global crude prices falling and their biggest oil supplier PetroCaribe on life support in Venezuela's tough economic times, Caribbean leaders will participate in closed talks Monday in Washington with Vice President Joe Biden and other U.S. officials...
  • Big Ten sanctions continue to hurt Penn State

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. It's become a game of sorts as Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour sits in her office on the ground floor of Bryce Jordan Center, plugging in sources of revenue and trying to figure out what Penn State's athletic budget can...
  • College of DuPage trustees OK president's $750,000-plus buyout deal

    College of DuPage trustees OK president's $750,000-plus buyout deal
    The College of DuPage board of trustees Thursday night approved a buyout package for its president that will give him a more than $750,000 severance payment and bring his controversial tenure at the publicly funded community college to a premature close....
  • Hampton retools decade-old Coliseum Central master plan

    Hampton retools decade-old Coliseum Central master plan
    The 1,900 acres just north of where interstates 64 and 664 intersect have served as the city's retail and entertainment hub for more than four decades. The decade-old master plan guiding development isn't keeping up with Hampton's post-recession economy...
  • Naperville panel names recommendations for $2M events and amenities grants

    Most of those who asked to be included in Naperville’s largest locally funded grant program for the coming budget year are likely to receive less than they requested. Some appear on track to come away empty-handed – a virtual certainty when a...
  • Small Financial Services Firm Finds Niche in IRS Compliance

    Small Financial Services Firm Finds Niche in IRS Compliance
    AVON — AMTEC, a small financial services firm that employs 11 people, has a business built on regulations you've never heard of for investments you may have never bought. But, those investments — tax-exempt bonds — are sure to have...
  • Save the dates for these galas and benefits

    ALLENTOWN SYMPHONY BALL: The Allentown Symphony Association will hold is 65th annual Symphony Ball, "Cirque du Soiree," Feb. 7 at Lehigh Country Club. The black-tie evening begins with cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner and music at 7:30 p.m. Back2Life will...
  • Five years after Citizens United ruling, big money reigns

    Five years after Citizens United ruling, big money reigns
    If you're wondering why issues favored by a majority of Americans such as raising the minimum wage, gun control and net neutrality get scarcely any attention in the halls of Congress, the Citizens United case is the reason. The Supreme Court's 2010...