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  • Century City aircraft leasing firm files for public offering

     
    Century City-based aircraft leasing company International Lease Finance Corp. unveiled plans for an initial public offering, a move that would take the firm out from under the wing of it parent company American International Group Inc....
  • Dave Weldon wishes to take back his vote on TARP

     
    Former U.S. Rep. Dave Weldon, who's running for the U.S. Senate, has posted a statement on his campaign website declaring that he regrets voting for the federal Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) and wishes he could take back that 2008 vote. The TARP...
  • Obama sets tone, pace during first 100 days at White House

    Obama sets tone, pace during first 100 days at White House
    On the last Friday in March, President Barack Obama summoned leaders of the banking industry to the White House, where they gathered around a mahogany table in the State Dining Room, site of many a feast. On this day there was not a piece of fruit nor can...
  • Obama vows to rebuild economy on stronger footing than 'illusion of prosperity'

    With the major elements of his economic recovery plan now laid out, President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that the climb out of recession will not happen overnight and he called on Americans to show patience and faith that things will get better. "We...
  • Workday filled by TV, exercise, reading

    Thomas Shelden, a fourth-grade teacher at Charles White Elementary in Westlake, is one of about 160 school district employees "housed" by L.A. Unified. Shelden was accused of sexually harassing a fellow teacher. A district inquiry did not substantiate...
  • AIG Bonuses Controversy

    AIG Bonuses Controversy
  • General Motors To File Bankruptcy Monday In Lower Manhattan

    General Motors To File Bankruptcy Monday In Lower Manhattan
    General Motors, the humbled auto giant that has been part of American life for more than 100 years, will file for bankruptcy protection on Monday in a deal that will give taxpayers a 60 percent ownership stake and expand the government's reach into big...
  • Hartford-Based Conning & Co. Bought By Aquiline Capital Partners

    Hartford-based Conning & Co., which specializes in asset management, research, and strategic consulting focused on the insurance industry, has been acquired by a private equity firm for an undisclosed price. Conning, which has about 220 employees in...
  • Injured war zone contractors fight to get care

    Injured war zone contractors fight to get care
    Civilian workers who suffered devastating injuries while supporting the U.S. war effort in Iraq and Afghanistan have come home to a grinding battle for basic medical care, artificial limbs, psychological counseling and other services. ------------------...
  • A better way of dealing with society's neediest

    So what exactly am I doing on Capitol Hill? I'm at a congressional briefing, which wouldn't be entirely out of the ordinary, except that I'm not taking notes and not planning to beat up on anyone. I'm the keynote speaker. Yes, friends, the republic is...
  • Letters to the editor

    Torture is torture Re “Files detail CIA tactics on captives,” April 17 Just because torture was legal in Nazi Germany did not make it right. Nor did it protect Nazi war criminals from prosecution at the Nuremberg trials. Just because some...