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  • DAVOS WATCH: Hollande links economics, security; King Abdullah mourned; ECB's Draghi praised

    The World Economic Forum held in the Swiss ski resort of Davos has the official goal of "improving the state of the world." In practice, it's a massive networking event that brings together 2,500 heads of state, business leaders, philanthropists and...
  • Obama to join Indians breathing world's dirtiest air amid climate talks in New Delhi

    When President Barack Obama arrives in New Delhi on Sunday he will join the Indian capital's masses in breathing some of the world's filthiest air. Hazy skies will serve as the backdrop to meetings with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other...
  • Gloucester Schools examine budget challenges in work session

    Gloucester County Public Schools is looking at a challenging budget year with the opening of a new school and an expected decrease in student enrollment. The Gloucester County School Board discussed an initial overview of the division's fiscal year 2016...
  • RTA report: Metra, Pace, CTA falling behind in funding for equipment

     RTA report: Metra, Pace, CTA falling behind in funding for equipment
    Chicago's three transit agencies have fallen $3 billion further behind previous years in investing in new equipment and maintaining existing trains, buses and infrastructure, a new report by the Regional Transportation Authority said Thursday. The...
  • Isle of Wight County pushing for answers on Route 460 changes

    Isle of Wight County pushing for answers on Route 460 changes
    Isle of Wight is pushing hard to get answers to crucial questions about the latest Route 460 proposal, county staff told the Board of Supervisors Thursday night. The project and information surrounding it has been "a moving target," said county...
  • 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...
  • Sony to delay earnings report in wake of hack attack

    Sony said Friday that it will miss its deadline to report its next quarterly earnings as a result of the cyberattack on its film unit late last year. The Tokyo-based company was expected to report results on Feb. 4 for the fiscal third quarter ending...
  • 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...
  • After years of cuts, Social Security to extend office hours

    After years of cuts, Social Security to extend office hours
    Facing an aging population and steady growth in disability claims, the Social Security Administration said Thursday it will expand hours at neighborhood offices across the country — reversing a years-long reduction in service that has frustrated the...
  • Hogan unveils budget with continued 2 percent cuts to agencies

    Hogan unveils budget with continued 2 percent cuts to agencies
    Gov. Larry Hogan proposed sustained state funding for K-12 education but an across-the-board cut to state agencies in his much-anticipated spending plan released Thursday. Maryland's new Republican governor said his budget cuts - which affect Medicaid...
  • Fed wears a bull's-eye this year on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON Detractors from both major political parties are preparing legislation to rein in the powers of the Federal Reserve, moves that would test and potentially restrain its independence. The proposals include ordering a broad audit of the central...