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  • Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation

    Legislators Seek To Open Window On UConn Foundation
    For years, attempts to require the University of Connecticut Foundation to be more open about how it raises and spends millions of dollars each year have fizzled in the legislature. But this year, new efforts to shed more light on the foundation's...
  • Personal Finance Q&A: Risks of keeping entire nest egg at one brokerage

    Dear Liz: I recently retired at 56 and am receiving a pension. My wife is set to retire next year at 56 and will also receive a pension. I chose to leave my 401(k) in my employer's plan but am planning to consolidate it with my wife's 457 and four 403(b)...
  • Author looks at how meditation is changing corporate America

    Is the practice of mindfulness and meditation ultimately compatible with the cutthroat ethos of capitalism? This is the question at the heart of David Gelles' intriguing, timely and enjoyable new book, "Mindful Work, How Meditation Is Changing...
  • Consumer bureau's mortgage rate checker doesn't disclose full costs

    WASHINGTON — When the federal government's consumer protection agency for financial matters tells you how to shop for a good deal on a home mortgage, you should follow the advice, right? Maybe some of it. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau,...
  • 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....
  • Kevin Plank-backed Port Covington deals fuel new speculation for possible campus

    Kevin Plank-backed Port Covington deals fuel new speculation for possible campus
    Under Armour founder Kevin Plank started discussing expansion plans for the Baltimore-based sport apparel company seven years ago. With just over $600 million in revenue, Under Armour was looking for sites for a new corporate campus. "The Under Armour...
  • Box tops $20 per share after IPO, gaining more than 40 percent in stellar debut

    SAN JOSE, Calif. After a long and at-times awkward dance with public market regulators, Box on Friday became the first marquee offering of 2015 when the company's stock soared on Wall Street in its inaugural day of trading. Shares of Box a company...
  • Pittsburgh mayor calls county official's 'Undercover Boss' concerns a 'cheap political stunt'

    The county controller said Friday she's withholding money from a Pittsburgh tourism agency until it details contributions linked to the mayor's appearance on "Undercover Boss," a move the mayor is calling a "cheap political stunt." Mayor Bill Peduto...
  • Lower Macungie hears proposal to preserve open space

    Lower Macungie hears proposal to preserve open space
    A Lower Macungie Township commissioner has proposed a plan to preserve open space that he hopes will quell the tide of development in the western portion of Lehigh County while not placing a tax burden on residents. James Lancsek presented a memo...
  • BofA expanding into 2 new states with branches

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Bank of America did something this week it hasn't done in more than a decade: celebrated the opening of a branch in a new market. On Wednesday, the Charlotte bank cut the ribbon on a branch in Denver, Colo., its first in that state....
  • Hartford's Report Card: 10 Ways To Measure The City

    Hartford's Report Card: 10 Ways To Measure The City
    Though the calendar and the weather forecasters say it's winter, there's a hint of spring in Hartford's step. High-end apartments are sprouting. A Double-A minor-league ballpark is in the offing. School scores are rising. Crime is being tamped down. The...