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  • Harold A. 'Red' Poling dies at 86; former Ford chairman and CEO

    Harold A. 'Red' Poling dies at 86; former Ford chairman and CEO
    Harold A. "Red" Poling, a former Ford Motor Co. chairman and chief executive officer who helped lead the automaker through two recessions, has died. He was 86. Poling died Saturday at his home in Pacific Grove, on the Monterey Peninsula, the Dearborn,...
  • Will Wall Street prevail?

    Will Wall Street prevail?
    Corporate-sponsored groups have launched a campaign of litigation in the lower federal courts challenging the legality of the second major piece of President Barack Obama's legislative program, one that received a lot of attention in last week's first...
  • Attorneys to settle mudslide lawsuit

    The Pasadena law firm that defended Glendale in lawsuits stemming from a 2005 mudslide that cost the city nearly $15.4 million has agreed to pay $98,500 to settle a malpractice lawsuit, according to a City Council announcement this week. Glendale sued...
  • Robert B. Reich: How Wall Street is trying to avoid U.S. oversight

    Robert B. Reich: How Wall Street is trying to avoid U.S. oversight
    While all eyes are on the Supreme Court and Obamacare, a quieter battle is being waged against the president's other major initiative, the Dodd-Frank financial reform act. Wall Street has already watered down or delayed most of Dodd-Frank. Now it wants...
  • Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter

    Stock buybacks fall for second consecutive quarter
    American companies are getting a bit hesitant about buying back their own stock. Share repurchases by large companies fell in the first three months of this year, the second consecutive quarter of declining buybacks, according to Standard & Poor’...
  • Mudslide lawsuit settled for $1.1M

    A subsidiary of insurance giant American International Group has agreed to pay Glendale $1.1 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the city in an attempt to recoup roughly $15.5 million it was forced to spend in the aftermath of a destructive 2005...
  • Market Week: March 12, 2012

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || || ++++++++++++++++++++ || After a rough Tuesday, domestic equities nevertheless mostly managed to struggle back to even. Hurt by the year's first triple-digit one-day downdraft, the Dow was left...
  • Movie Review: Client 9, The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer

     
    Alex Gibney's “Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer,” is on firm and infuriating ground when it puts forward the idea that the one guy who was going something about Wall Street BEFORE the Great Recession was Elliot Spitzer. The one-...
  • PrimeLending to pay $2 million to settle Justice Department racial-bias case

     
    A large Texas mortgage lender with operations across much of the nation has agreed to pay $2 million to borrowers to resolve Justice Department allegations that it discriminated against African Americans from 2006 through 2009. PrimeLending, a...
  • Business travel prices close to pre-recession levels

     
    The rates hotels and airlines charge business travelers are close to returning to pre-recession levels, a report by American Express Business Travel concluded Thursday. In the latest sign that business travel is on the rebound, the report by the...
  • Sculptor Milton Hebald's work has mattered from the Great Depression to the Great Recession

     
    To be seen but not heard of is one of the professional hazards of the modern sculptor of public monuments. That's why most art aficionados probably have never heard of Milton Hebald, yet many of his works remain prominent. In......