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  • Skid row shooting: 'Irate' protesters blast LAPD at packed meeting

    Skid row shooting: 'Irate' protesters blast LAPD at packed meeting
    Tempers flared Tuesday morning as dozens of demonstrators packed the Los Angeles Police Commission’s weekly meeting to criticize the LAPD over its fatal shooting of a homeless man on skid row. The meeting was the first since Sunday’s...
  • 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...
  • TAX-FREE MONEY MARKET FUNDS, For release 01/28/15

    ((NOTICE: For retransmission or other content delivery inquiries, please contact TCA Customer Service, 1-800-346-8798, tcacustomerservice@tribune.com.) TAX-FREE MONEY MARKET FUNDS Tax-free money funds with assets of $100 million or more that are...
  • 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....
  • Tax cuts, testing, even booze make Legislature's agenda

    Tax cuts, testing, even booze make Legislature's agenda
    TALLAHASSEE — Cable and cellphone bills could be trimmed, the cost of textbooks cut and testing in public schools reduced. Water and land policy may be overhauled, medical marijuana legalized and beer and liquor laws loosened. As state lawmakers...
  • Tax cuts, testing, even booze, make Legislature's agenda

    Tax cuts, testing, even booze, make Legislature's agenda
    Cable and cellphone bills could be trimmed, the cost of textbooks cut, and testing in public schools reduced. Water and land policy may be overhauled, medical marijuana legalized, and beer and liquor laws loosened. As state lawmakers gather Tuesday to...
  • Investor Warren Buffett releases his annual letter to shareholders

    Investor Warren Buffett releases his annual letter to shareholders
    Investor Warren Buffett believes his company, Berkshire Hathaway, will continue to thrive for decades thanks to its vast and varied collection of “remarkable businesses” and investments, which will help it withstand challenges in any one...
  • ASD announces Building 21 executive committee

    The Allentown School District has announced members of the Building 21 Allentown Executive Committee. Building 21 Allentown is a new career-focused high school in the district opening in September downtown with 150 ninth graders. The executive committee...
  • Little guys fighting uphill battle in these disputes

    Little guys fighting uphill battle in these disputes
    Rulings were issued recently in two David vs. Goliath squabbles I've written about, and neither went David's way. The state Public Utility Commission closed the case on a complaint filed by Lori Keenly against PPL Corp., clearing the electric company of...