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  • 501(c)(4) rules without teeth

    501(c)(4) rules without teeth
    Last week the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department published draft regulations for tax-exempt "social welfare" organizations that increasingly have become banks for anonymous political donations. But the regulations stop short of...
  • A wake-up call from Detroit

    A judge's ruling Tuesday that the city of Detroit's bankruptcy case may go forward — and that its pension obligations are not entitled to special protection but can be reduced, along with other debts — sends a chilly message to workers in...
  • Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners

    Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners
    WASHINGTON — For one of the least productive congressional sessions in modern history, the final word about tax overhaul was entirely in character: Nothing's happening. But is that good or bad news for homeowners, buyers and small-scale real...
  • Bob Hoskins, actor known as 'the Cockney Cagney,' dies at 71

    Bob Hoskins, a British actor whose powerful screen presence earned him a reputation as "the Cockney Cagney" and who, at 5 feet 6 and with a face he likened to a squashed cabbage, gave the short, bald men of the world a reason to swagger, has died. He...
  • Financial discipline = happiness in retirement, study says

    Financial discipline = happiness in retirement, study says
    People who are financially disciplined feel more secure about their finances and are likelier to be happy in retirement, according to a new study. Sure, that’s a no-brainer, but it’s worth reinforcing for people not naturally inclined toward...
  • Pay For United Illuminating Chief Rose 55% To $3.8M Last Year

    James P. Torgerson, chief executive of The United Illuminating Co. and its parent company, took home more money last year than he did in 2012, according to regulatory filings. In 2013, Torgerson made $3.8 million in his salary, incentive pay, stock...
  • College Baseball: Waves blank 'Eaters

    There is, in UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie's esteemed opinion, no room for error with the Anteaters this season, let alone two. Two UCI errors contributed to three unearned runs in the sixth inning, though there were other concerns as well in a...
  • Northeast Utilities CEO Made $11.8M In 2013, Down From 2012

    Northeast Utilities CEO Made $11.8M In 2013, Down From 2012
    Northeast Utilities Chief Executive Officer Thomas J. May made 28 percent less last year than he did in 2012, according to regulatory filings made Friday. May, who also is chairman of the company's board of directors, took home $11.83 million in 2013,...
  • Merrill A. Messick III elected VP treasurer at Marshall Craft Associates

    Harford County resident Merrill A. Messick III has been elected vice president and treasurer of Marshall Craft Associates, the board of directors announced. His election was effective Jan. 1. Also elected were Stephen A. Bates AIA , president; and...
  • Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track

    Race organizer TriColumbia plots way to get back on track
    The Columbia Triathlon Association — one of the country's premier endurance race organizers — expects to be taking event registrations again and offering reassurance to nervous athletes on its website next week after drafting a plan to put the...
  • On the Town: Women at Work welcomes new executive director; third annual Heart of Business Expo and Luncheon; "Let Your Light So Shine" musical fireside

    On the Town: Women at Work welcomes new executive director;  third annual Heart of Business Expo and Luncheon; "Let Your Light So Shine" musical fireside
    Not only is Women at Work celebrating its 35th anniversary, it's also welcoming its new executive director, Camille Levee, who is the former executive director of Glendale Healthy Kids. At a recent welcome reception at the Women at Work's Pasadena...