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  • Law firm in Hobby Lobby win is playing key role in religion cases

    Law firm in Hobby Lobby win is playing key role in religion cases
    The Supreme Court's controversial Hobby Lobby decision has thrust a once-little-known boutique law firm into the center of a growing conservative movement to make faith-based exemptions as potent a legal tool as free speech has been for liberals. The...
  • The insidiousness of the Hobby Lobby decision

    To the editor: That's rich, a Christian activist law firm calling itself the Becket Fund for Religious Freedom. Equally Orwellian phrasing titles the constitutionally dubious Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which the Becket firm has cited to obtain...
  • Ex-Lehigh football star promoted with consulting firm

    Kim McQuilken, the Lehigh University quarterback who went on to an NFL career, has a new job. But instead of making plays, he's helping a supply chain consulting firm in Atlanta make its numbers. McQuilken has been promoted to chief revenue officer of...
  • GrayRobinson adds group to advise on medical marijuana

    Doctors, growers, sellers and investors eager to do business in medical marijuana likely will need to figure out what will be legal, and lawyers are ready to offer advice. The Orlando-based law firm GrayRobinson, one of Florida's largest, announced...
  • Hedge fund assures investors it has control over American Apparel

    Hedge fund assures investors it has control over American Apparel
    The corporate soap opera at American Apparel Inc. has taken another dramatic turn. Standard General, the hedge fund that appeared to be riding to ousted Chief Executive Dov Charney's defense, now is portraying itself as American Apparel's best hope...
  • 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...
  • Memo to The New Yorker: yesterday's plutocrats weren't 'progressives'

    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 ...
  • 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...
  • Look, no hands! Test driving a Google car

    Look, no hands! Test driving a Google car
    The car stopped at stop signs. It glided around curves. It didn't lurch or jolt. The most remarkable thing about the drive was that it was utterly unremarkable. This isn't damning with faint praise. It's actually high praise for the car in question:...
  • In Santa Barbara County, oil firms and environmentalists square off

    In Santa Barbara County, oil firms and environmentalists square off
    Seen from U.S. 101, northern Santa Barbara County looks to be mostly vineyards and cattle ranches, with majestic oak trees scattered across the dry rolling hills. But up a narrow road, spread across the chaparral between Orcutt and Los Alamos, wells...
  • SeaWorld could face legal action from investors

     SeaWorld could face legal action from investors
    After last week's big stock drop, SeaWorld now could face legal action from investors. A New York City law firm said it may file a proposed class-action lawsuit if it can show that SeaWorld previously knew the documentary "Blackfish" impacted visits...