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  • Development alliance to shift strategy before hiring CEO

    Development alliance to shift strategy before hiring CEO
    After pressure from government and business leaders to change the way it brings jobs and investment to the region, the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance plans to undergo a strategic "reset." The re-examination of the alliance's role for the...
  • Diaz: Wendell Scott's NASCAR Hall of Fame honor is one to cherish

    It's easy to measure greatness in victories, trophies and championships. But what about standing up to prejudice and people who think the color of your skin makes you less worthy? What about going about your business in the face of death threats? What...
  • '[title of show]' a comic look at creative process

    The smart post-modern musical opening Friday at Civic Theatre in Allentown takes on the messy but hilarious process of creation. "[title of show]" is not only making its Lehigh Valley premiere, but its Pennsylvania premiere as well. The 2004 Tony-...
  • Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme

    Trio gets at least 2 years in prison for $12-million mortgage fraud scheme
    A judge recently handed down two-, five- and eight-year sentences to two men and a woman found guilty in a mortgage fraud scheme that totaled more than $12 million. Evidence showed that James Fidel Sotolongo, 49, of Port Orange and Stephanie...
  • Strong outlook for Lehigh Valley economy, Chamber members told

    Strong outlook for Lehigh Valley economy, Chamber members told
    The Lehigh Valley and U.S. economies are on the mend. Wells Fargo global economist Jay H. Bryson told the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce at its annual Economic Outlook meeting Tuesday that the bank forecasts improved economic growth in the...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Debt servicer moving to Northbridge Pavilion in West Palm

    Real Estate Notebook: Debt servicer moving to Northbridge Pavilion in West Palm
    A roundup of the week's news in real estate. S&N Debt Solutions, a newly formed debt servicing settlement company, is taking a full floor at the Northbridge Pavilion in West Palm Beach. The company expects to move in April to 14,050 square feet at the...
  • Money transfers cut off to Somalia

    Money transfers cut off to Somalia
    Pressured by the U.S. government's anti-terrorism crackdown, a small Southern California bank is cutting off a crucial source of aid to families in war-ravaged Somalia — money wired from Somali immigrants in the United States. Merchants Bank of...
  • Bank of America to lay off more than 200 in Norfolk

    Bank of America to lay off more than 200 in Norfolk
    Bank of America plans to lay off 202 employees in a loan servicing unit in Norfolk by March 29 because of the continuing decline in the number of delinquent mortgages, the company confirmed Tuesday. Notice of the Bank of America layoff appeared on the...
  • Law firm inks lease for 45,000 square feet in downtown Boca

    Law firm inks lease for 45,000 square feet in downtown Boca
    Kanner & Pintaluga, a personal injury law firm, has signed a lease for 45,000 square feet at Wells Fargo Plaza in Boca Raton. The firm, now based in Delray Beach, has ended a two-year search for a new corporate headquarters by agreeing to a deal at...
  • Whodunnit? Regulators find crime, but never any criminals

    For years, society has struggled with the question of how to justly punish what are called "victimless crimes," even though these activities shock and disgust most decent people. You know: prostitution, illegal gambling, recreational drug use, and the...
  • Weak earnings by multinational U.S. companies pummel stock market

    Weak earnings by multinational U.S. companies pummel stock market
    There's been a slugfest in the stock market since the beginning of the year. On one side are the optimists — investors emboldened by the conviction that cheap oil would put spending money in consumers' pockets and the recent strength of the U.S....