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  • For Spot Trading, the whole is greater than the parts

    For Spot Trading, the whole is greater than the parts
    In the securities trading business, the "eat what you kill" mentality rules, with a few star performers becoming millionaires while many others fail. But Loop-based proprietary trading firm Spot Trading LLC is built to share risk and reward more...
  • Coping With Kids' Expensive Extracurricular Activities

    When budgeting for back-to-school expenses, parents generally include routine fare like clothes, school supplies and maybe a new backpack. But if your kids participate in extracurricular activities, whether it's sports, music lessons or art classes, you...
  • Attorney charged with misusing $2.3 million of couple's savings

    Attorney charged with misusing $2.3 million of couple's savings
    An Oak Brook attorney was arrested Thursday at her law firm on federal fraud charges that accuse her of bilking more than $2.3 million from a couple who entrusted her with their life savings. During a brief court appearance, Kathleen Niew listened...
  • 64 and with few salary prospects -- what to do?

    Dear Liz: I'm 64 and lost my last full-time job a year ago. I have since exhausted my unemployment benefits and been on and off food stamps. (I'm waiting to get back on them right now because my temporary-to-permanent job didn't become permanent after...
  • Law school grad learns how to pay off a heavy debt

     Law school grad learns how to pay off a heavy debt
    Andrew Carmichael Post is used to fast-tracking his way through life. At 13, when most boys are fretting about the perils of girls and middle school, Post was attending Cal State Los Angeles, working on degrees in computer science and applied...
  • Chow's travels benefit city water system

     Chow's travels benefit city water system
    There have been at least two articles recently in The Sun that referred to the active speaking and conference schedule of Rudy Chow, the operations director of Baltimore's water and wastewater utilities ("Extensive travels of city water chief outlined...
  • 50+ workers should emphasize advantages

    50+ workers should emphasize advantages
    Whether you’ve lost your job after years of loyal service, see the writing on the wall at your struggling company or are looking to make a move to improve your situation, you’ll face an increasingly uphill battle for secure and satisfying...
  • Free children's mental health symposium for parents and professionals

    Free children's mental health symposium for parents and professionals
    Colonial Behavioral Health is having a symposium, "Together We Can ... Creating a Caring Community for Our Children from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 18 -- sign up by April 10 at www.colonialbh.org/events. The event is free and will be held at...
  • On the Town: Zonta members chart club's future

    On the Town: Zonta members chart club's future
    Chartered in 1936, the Zonta Club of Burbank Area has a 77-year history of advancing the status of women. Along with its advocacy work, the organization brings together local business executives and professionals who work to raise funds and provide direct...
  • Williamsburg mental health symposium will focus on children

     Williamsburg mental health symposium will focus on children
    Mental health professionals are increasingly pointing to early intervention and increased services for children as one of the keys to successful treatment for mental illnesses. Colonial Behavioral Health, the community services board responsible for...
  • 5 questions with … Stuart L. Ritter

    5 questions with … Stuart L. Ritter
    As a senior financial planner with Baltimore money manager T. Rowe Price, Stuart Ritter spends much of his time on the job — and off — educating people about personal finance. April is Financial Literacy Month, and as many surveys show...