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  • American Apparel lender Lion Capital demands $10-million loan be paid

    American Apparel lender Lion Capital demands $10-million loan be paid
    The wealthy playboy behind American Apparel Inc.'s latest crisis isn't ousted Chief Executive Dov Charney. It's a London financier named Lyndon Lea. American Apparel told securities regulators Tuesday that Lea's private equity firm, Lion Capital, has...
  • States adopt anti-snooping laws

    Worried about your boss prying into your personal business, poking around in aspects of your life you'd rather keep between friends and family even as you share more of it on social media? Seventeen states have drawn a line between what's your business...
  • Senate Intelligence Committee approves cybersecurity bill

    (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee approved a bill on Tuesday to encourage companies to exchange information with the government on hacking attempts and cybersecurity threats, officials said. Despite concerns by some that the measure does...
  • Italy's Post Office president sees sale 'after November'

    ROME (Reuters) - The Italian government's sale of 40 percent of the postal service Poste Italiane will take place after November, the company's president said on Tuesday in the latest indication that the listing slated for this year may be pushed back....
  • World Bank welcomes China-led infrastructure bank

    BEIJING (Reuters) - World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim on Tuesday welcomed a new multilateral infrastructure bank proposed by China, saying there was a "massive need" for new investment in this area. China, which aired the idea of creating the Asian...
  • Privatizing to solve pension mess

    Privatizing to solve pension mess
    In 1979, the original Sony Walkman was the newest way to listen to music. Switchboard operators still connected telephone calls. That's also when the Illinois village of North Riverside signed its first contract with the firefighters' union. A lot has...
  • Singapore investor Temasek upbeat on China, seeks more bank, tech investments

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore sovereign investor Temasek Holdings wants to increase its holdings in China's financial services and technology sectors, banking on the long-term growth prospects of the world's second largest economy. Temasek Holdings Pte...
  • Memo to The New Yorker: yesterday's plutocrats weren't 'progressives'

    In a piece about the whining crybabies among our privileged 1%, James Surowiecki of the New Yorker compares the plutocrats of today to those of the past, to the contemporary breed's disadvantage. One hundred years ago, he writes, "industrial magnates ...
  • Law firm announces move to Pratt Street

    Law firm announces move to Pratt Street
    Baltimore law firm Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler said Tuesday it will move to new offices on Pratt Street in December, where it can consolidate operations on a single floor and design space to meet its current needs. The company, which employs about...
  • Google rates Internet service providers' video streaming quality

    Google rates Internet service providers' video streaming quality
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google Inc is rating Internet service providers' video streaming quality on a new website, the latest development in the fight between broadband providers and content companies over who is to blame for slow streaming speeds. A...
  • Investing: great growth stocks

    Buying shares of a growth company early in its run to greatness is the holy grail of stock picking. But after the stock market's phenomenal five-year bull run, finding undiscovered gems today is no easy feat. So we hunted for companies that could keep...