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  • Giving back as part of her legacy

    Pamela Adams would like to think that being part of society isn't just about taking for oneself. It's why she gives back, she said. Her contribution and spirit earned her this year's Women in Business Award from the Orange County Business Journal....
  • Can you sell your home through short sale?

    A short sale is anything but an easy real estate transaction for sellers. It requires more work, often involves negotiators, and is characterized by the seller asking the lender to make a concession to allow the sale to proceed. But there is good...
  • Playing Every Point To the Fullest

    Playing Every Point To the Fullest
    ANDREW WADDINGTON GRANBY Class: Senior Coach: Kevin Imbt Accomplishments: State Open quarterfinalist and CIAC Class S semifinalist. Was beaten by two-time Class S champion Dante Terenzio in semifinals, 6-0, 6-3. …Went undefeated in 2010...
  • Trustee: Madoff hadn't bought securities for clients in years

    The trustee in charge of untangling the mess left behind by Bernard Madoff told a packed auditorium Friday that there was no indication the disgraced money manager had bought securities for his clients for more than a decade. "We have no evidence to...
  • Fairfield Selectman, Doctor Testify On Madoff Losses

    Fairfield Selectman, Doctor Testify On Madoff Losses
    Fairfield First Selectman Ken Flatto shared the town's story of shock and frustration during a forum for lawmakers today after losing what the town believed was $40 million in pension money in the massive Ponzi scheme masterminded by New York investor...
  • Exploring the Depression's artistic legacy in San Francisco

    Exploring the Depression's artistic legacy in San Francisco
    Stocks have crashed, industry is shuddering and banks are failing. The restless unemployed will soon fill the streets. Yet in San Francisco, some crazed optimist in the Pacific Stock Exchange Tower has hired Diego Rivera to decorate a private club for...
  • Local investors surviving recession

    Local investment management houses say they don't fear the economic turmoil roiling the nation's economy these days. Their businesses are just fine. In fact, some see opportunity in the wreckage of some of Wall Street's biggest names. "Events like...
  • Record-setting Morgan State basketball player Marvin Webster dies

    Record-setting Morgan State basketball player Marvin Webster dies
    Marvin Webster lived the good life at Morgan State University in the early 1970s. He was the "Human Eraser," a 7-foot-1 shot blocker who intimidated opponents on the basketball court and who charmed friends and teammates off it with his caring, selfless...
  • Mailbag: Green chamber won't be competition

    Transition Laguna has accomplished a lot in the year or so it has existed, including the remarkable and very well attended 'Unleashing' this last spring. Walk through Laguna Village and you'll find signs marking Transition "pocket gardens" on nearly every...
  • Sudden money: 6 steps for handling a windfall

    It's everyone's dream. Winning the big jackpot that changes everything. But even if you weren't one of the winner's in last week's $380 million Mega Millions lottery, the issues that come with sudden money may still apply to you. In fact, you have many...
  • Easing the way for stockbroker checks

    Easing the way for stockbroker checks
    When it comes to hiring a new financial planner or stockbroker, Fort Lauderdale attorney Scott Levine has one basic rule. "I look up everybody," he says. Not a bad idea when one is beginning a relationship with someone who has a big say in what you do...