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  • Nepal businesses, people out of work after quake wonder what's next

    Nepal businesses, people out of work after quake wonder what's next
    For 18 years, he toiled in other people’s eateries, venturing as far as Bahrain to work as a restaurant manager and saving up $50,000 to start his own establishment. Finally, four years ago, Pradip Kumarshrestha threw open the doors to Mc Fast...
  • What a drug-cost transparency bill in California wouldn't reveal

    To the editor: As your editorial notes, there are "legitimate concerns" with AB 463, a bill intended to boost transparency on drug pricing that was recently introduced in California. The legislation's requirements would result in an inaccurate and...
  • Keep your Fitbit results to yourself

    Keep your Fitbit results to yourself
    The John Hancock Life Insurance Co. has announced a program offering discounts on life insurance to customers with good health habits, as registered on their Fitbit monitors — wearable computers that automatically upload data on the physical state...
  • Gerard L. Callanan, lawyer

    Gerard J. Callanan, a retired insurance company lawyer who was active in several Irish cultural organizations, died Monday at Keswick Multi-Care Center of complications of dementia. He was 76. The son of Michael J. Callanan, a Revere Copper & Brass Co....
  • Around Town: Therapeutic Riding Center presents benefit barbecue

    Therapeutic Riding Center presents benefit barbecue The Therapeutic Riding Center of Huntington Beach will present its seventh annual Derby Day fundraiser and barbecue from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center, 18381...
  • Ernie Banks' caretaker lists no big bank accounts for late Cubs great

    Ernie Banks' caretaker lists no big bank accounts for late Cubs great
    Ernie Banks' original Negro League contract from 1950, his Hall of Fame ring and autographed baseballs from Bill and Hillary Clinton are among the items the Cubs great left behind when he died three months ago. The list of items was filed in advance...
  • A little homework can help you navigate the Medicare maze

    You're eligible for Medicare when you turn 65, but these days, the decision to sign up is not a slam-dunk. For example, after you enroll in Medicare, you can no longer contribute to a health savings account. If, however, you work for a company with fewer...
  • Warren probes insurers' sales incentives for annuities

    Warren probes insurers' sales incentives for annuities
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren is probing the sales practices of the nation's largest providers of annuities, a popular but often complex financial product sold for retirement planning. The Massachusetts Democrat sent a letter Tuesday to units of New York's...
  • "Lost' jewelry suddenly found poses an ethical dilemma

    Readers can't seem to hold onto their jewelry. A reader from South Carolina once told me that after losing one diamond earring from a pair, she received a cash settlement from her insurance company, then felt guilty that she was able to find a...
  • Medical grant program provides cash for sick kids

    There's money for sick children being left on the table in Maryland, as much as $10,000 per eligible child. That's the message the UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation would like to send to families about its medical grant program, according to...
  • Secret recording captures Okla. deputy saying he doesn't 'do well with direction'

    Secret recording captures Okla. deputy saying he doesn't 'do well with direction'
    Embroiled in a legal battle over the sale of his insurance company, Robert Bates met a former colleague at a restaurant to discuss the court case over drinks. But Bates, the volunteer Tulsa County deputy now facing a manslaughter charge for shooting...