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  • UConn Presents Details On Sweeping 10-Year Initiative

    UConn Presents Details On Sweeping 10-Year Initiative
    HARTFORD — The state is investing $1.55 billion in tax dollars at the University of Connecticut over the next 10 years to bolster research programs and facilities, hire faculty and establish partnerships with the business community. On Tuesday,...
  • U.S. moves to cash in on African economic promise

    U.S. moves to cash in on African economic promise
    When Kevin Smith and his partners started a solar energy firm in Santa Monica in 2008, they expected to sell their technology to advanced economies in Europe and the United States. But much of the action has been in a part of the world Smith initially...
  • Producer Wendy Finerman preps 'Drumline 2' in Atlanta

    "IF it can't be good, I'm not going to make it!" said Oscar-winning producer Wendy Finerman to me last week, while we were doing a lunch catch-up. We were running down Oscar lane because Wendy's "Forrest Gump," 20 years ago, caused the young producer's...
  • How does Chicago stack up?

    How does Chicago stack up?
    Not long ago, Torsten Gessner, a top executive at a German manufacturing giant, had to decide where to locate the company's new North American headquarters. Consultants offered up a short list with some obvious candidates: San Francisco and Boston because...
  • On-the-job jolts

     On-the-job jolts
    Electric cars will probably remain a tiny niche of the auto industry until drivers see a serious expansion of charging stations. But you can't just put one on every corner next to the gas station. The cars can take hours to fully charge, which would...
  • 3-D printers bring quirky eco-car to life

    3-D printers bring quirky eco-car to life
    Kor Ecologic Inc. founder Jim Kor has been described as a shaggy introvert and hermit. Yet this engineer is out to change the world with the Urbee, a unique hybrid vehicle that dares to be plastic, can zip across the country on 10 gallons of fuel and...
  • Autobytel reviving its marketing sites after a rocky recession

    Autobytel reviving its marketing sites after a rocky recession
    It's been a wild ride for Autobytel Inc., the online automobile marketing company launched in Orange County during the Internet's gold rush. Founded in 1995 by Southern California car dealership owner Pete Ellis, the company promised to take the...
  • Video of near-vacant L.A./Ontario airport paints grim picture

    Video of near-vacant L.A./Ontario airport paints grim picture
    Trash lines the perimeter fences. Millions of square feet of commercial and hangar space are vacant. The arrival area for international passengers has fallen into disuse, and no jetliners stand at the terminal gates. That is the bleak picture of L.A./...
  • Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says

    Ratepayers should bear part of San Onofre closure cost, utility says
    SACRAMENTO — Preparing for months of battle over who should pay the estimated $4.1-billion cost of permanently shutting down the San Onofre nuclear power plant, which closed in June, Southern California Edison has launched a public relations...
  • Comcast renews NBCUniversal chief Steve Burke to 2018

    Comcast renews NBCUniversal chief Steve Burke to 2018
    Comcast Corp. has increased the salary of NBCUniversal Chief Executive Steve Burke and extended his tenure through August 2018.  The Philadelphia-based cable TV giant on Friday said it has extended Burke's employment contract for five years and provided...
  • James L. Akers Jr., arcade machine collector

    James L. Akers Jr., arcade machine collector
    James L. Akers Jr., a retired financial analyst and businessman who collected and restored vintage arcade machines, died Wednesday of kidney cancer at his Ellicott City home. He was 73. The son of a dentist and a homemaker, James Lee Akers Jr. was...