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  • Former stockbroker convicted of murdering Denver radio host

     
    A former stockbroker was convicted of murder for financial gain in the 2006 shooting death of a popular Denver radio host whose body was found in the waters off Santa Catalina Island, prosecutors said Wednesday. Steven Bailey Williams, who in......
  • Ex-stockbroker gets life without parole in 2006 killing of DJ

     
    A former stockbroker was sentenced to life in state prison without parole for the 2006 shooting death of a popular Denver radio host whose body was found floating in the Pacific Ocean off Santa Catalina Island, prosecutors said Monday....
  • People more likely to lie when texting, study finds

     
    People are more likely to lie via text than other types of communication. At the same time, people are more likely to be angry if they are lied to via text....
  • Root of the recession: the moral self of bankers and brokers

     
    Sociologists at the University of California, Riverside and California State University, Northridge have developed a theory of the moral self that may help explain the ethical lapses in the banking, investment, and mortgage-lending industries that...
  • CalPERS: a looming disaster?

    CalPERS: a looming disaster?
    Today's topic: How much of a fiscal hazard to California does the state's pension system present? Won't CalPERS recover most of the money it has lost this year once the economy recovers? Without reform, get ready for fiscal disaster Point: Marcia...
  • When should we start caring about debt?

    When should we start caring about debt?
    Today's topic: When should we start caring about federal deficits? When should we start doing something about them? Dean Baker and Maya MacGuineas continue their debate on the relationship between unemployment rates and economic recovery, and how much...
  • Letters to the editor

    Politics of distraction Re “Obama clears himself and staff,” Dec. 16 The election is over and everybody knows that President-elect Barack Obama is working very hard to address a number of serious problems. It's nothing short of outrageous,...
  • How to save for college during a recession

    How to save for college during a recession
    5 tips on saving for education 1. Prioritize your savings. Put away enough for retirement. 2. Cut spending, particularly as college years approach. 3. Maintain flexibility with your savings. 4. Seek financial aid and apply quickly. 5. Explore low-...
  • Writers bring their drama to Wall Street

    Striking TV and movie writers chose Wall Street as a symbolic backdrop Tuesday for their demand for a bigger slice of the new-media pie. Their argument in a nutshell: Entertainment companies brag to the investment community that the Internet is a growing...
  • Cash in on Your Life

    Cash in on Your Life
    Kenneth Sahs, 71, faced a once-in-a-lifetime decision last year. His $500,000 convertible term life insurance policy would soon expire. Sahs could drop it and get nothing or convert it to universal life, a form of cash-value insurance, and take on $12,000...
  • The gift of travel: Priceless

    The gift of travel: Priceless
    As parents struggle to find just the right gift for their children this holiday season, let me make a suggestion: I'd give the gift of independence. In this age of "helicopter parenting" — our unceasing hovering over our children — it's not...