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  • T. Rowe Price reports earnings up 1.7 percent

    T. Rowe Price reports earnings up 1.7 percent
    T. Rowe Price Group reported Wednesday a small increase in earnings for the first quarter of 2015 as higher expenses acted as a slight drag. The Baltimore-based money management firm earned $309.5 million in the January-to-March period, an increase of 1....
  • L.A. weighs in on proposed Comcast-TWC merger at PUC hearing

    L.A. weighs in on proposed Comcast-TWC merger at PUC hearing
    The battle over Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable shifted Tuesday to downtown Los Angeles, where California utility regulators weighed whether to block the blockbuster merger. The state Public Utilities Commission heard from more...
  • Origins of Ouija board are in Baltimore

    Origins of Ouija board are in Baltimore
    For 76 proud years, Baltimore reigned as the Ouija board capital. Evidence from letters to the editor in The Baltimore Sun and the old Baltimore American indicates that the Ouija name was coined at the southeast corner of Charles and Centre streets, in a...
  • Goldman Sachs' big quarter affirms Wall Street's comeback

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. blew through profit expectations and said Thursday that it rang up its highest quarterly revenue in four years, another sign of the resurgence of Wall Street's profit-making power after the financial crisis. Goldman's big...
  • Caregiver stole nearly $60K from elderly clients, police say

    Caregiver stole nearly $60K from elderly clients, police say
    A woman is facing 77 charges following accusations she stole money from at least two of the people she was hired to help in Coral Springs. Nicole Whittaker, 33, of Pompano Beach, is accused of stealing $57,148 by writing 75 checks on her clients' bank...
  • Wells Fargo first-quarter profit falls slightly as revenue climbs

    Wells Fargo & Co. said Tuesday that its first-quarter earnings fell slightly from the same period a year earlier. The bank got a boost from increased mortgage lending, but a key measure of its profitability declined in the quarter. Net income after...
  • 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...
  • Former probation officer accused of stealing offenders' payments

    Former probation officer accused of stealing offenders' payments
    After eight probationers were accused of not making their restitution payments to the state, an investigation found their former probation officer had deposited their funds into his checking account, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. Ricky Bell, 62, was...
  • Joliet a key financial player in building new Will County courthouse

    Joliet a key financial player in building new Will County courthouse
    A key component in building a new Will County courthouse in downtown Joliet would be getting a $50 million financial commitment from the city, county officials said Tuesday as they discussed how to fund the estimated $200 million project. Joliet Mayor...
  • U.S. agency wants brokers held to higher standards

     U.S. agency wants brokers held to higher standards
    In September 2008, as the financial crisis emerged, a retirement account of Al and Karin Betz slumped in value to $130,000 from about $160,000. "I got a cold call saying, 'Would you have some money to invest?'" Al Betz, 66, recalled. "I said, 'If you...