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  • State will not be downgraded if Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay fails to make bond payments

    State will not be downgraded if Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay fails to make bond payments
    The Maryland Economic Development Corp. expects to fall short next year on payments to investors who bought the bonds that funded the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay, a state-owned golf resort hotel and conference center on the Eastern Shore. Known as...
  • Stocks plunge amid fears of a slowing economy

    Stocks plunge amid fears of a slowing economy
    NEW YORK — This year's dizzying stock market rally was halted with the biggest one-day plunge of the year. The Dow Jones industrial average slumped almost 354 points Thursday amid fears that the economy will slow now that the Federal Reserve has...
  • New Britain Museum Gets $4 Million State Grant for New Wing

    New Britain Museum Gets $4 Million State Grant for New Wing
    The increasingly popular New Britain Museum of American Art got a very artistic $4 million grant approved by the state Bond Commission Friday, which will go a long way toward the museum's planned expansion. Museum officials say they've already raised $6...
  • Frank Ortis, mayor, Pembroke Pines

    Frank Ortis, mayor, Pembroke Pines
    Last week: Florida League of Cities Federal Action Strike Team is trying to get Congress to pass the Marketplace Fairness Act, and not cap Municipal Bonds — federal issues that affect municipalities. The Marketplace Fairness Act grants states the...
  • City-owned Hilton Baltimore under review

    City-owned Hilton Baltimore under review
    All options are on the table, including a sale, as Baltimore officials review ways to improve the finances of the city's money-losing convention center hotel — and brace for the likelihood of tapping the city's general fund to cover debt payments...
  • Lebanon school leaders propose bond issue to build new school, upgrade safety

    Lebanon school leaders propose bond issue to build new school, upgrade safety
    Lebanon, Mo. -- Outdated buildings and old security systems prompted Lebanon school leaders to push for changes, but the large-scale improvements would come at a cost for taxpayers. Superintendent Duane Widhalm said the district purchased a 100-acre-...
  • Part four: Bankruptcy Inc.

    Part four: Bankruptcy Inc.
    Somewhere in the third year of Tribune Co.'s marathon Chapter 11 proceeding, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Carey looked out at a Delaware courtroom packed with high-priced attorneys and conceded the case had broken down into what he called a...
  • Robert L. Citron dies at 87; central figure in O.C. bankruptcy

    Robert L. Citron dies at 87; central figure in O.C. bankruptcy
    Robert L. Citron, the Orange County treasurer whose bad bets on exotic Wall Street investments resulted in what at the time was the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, died Wednesday. He was 87. Citron died at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange...
  • Adela Cepeda carved her own path to success

    Adela Cepeda carved her own path to success
    Adela Cepeda stepped adroitly along her path to become one of the city's most prominent Latina businesswomen. But she walked it on her own, rather than as part of the power couple she and her husband were once well on their way to becoming. Cepeda, an...
  • Change to bond process going to voters

    Glendale could join the growing list of government agencies that conduct direct negotiations with bond issuers if voters approve Measure C on the April ballot. Supporters of the change say allowing for negotiated bonds — rather than only permitting...
  • Sullivan named Legg Mason CEO and president

    Sullivan named Legg Mason CEO and president
    Legg Mason Inc. chose an insider as its new CEO, quelling speculation that the Baltimore-based money manager might be headed for a breakup that could have been bad news for the city. After a worldwide search for a new leader, Legg announced Wednesday...