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  • Marvel's 'Agent Carter' is helping boost TV production in L.A.

    Marvel's 'Agent Carter' is helping boost TV production in L.A.
    Superheroes still save the day in Los Angeles — at least on the small screen. Although Marvel shoots most of its movies outside of California, the Walt Disney Co.-owned studio is expanding its foray into the local television market, contributing...
  • Former Google executive gets into payment terminals

    Former Google executive gets into payment terminals
    The former head of Google Inc's mobile wallet is drawing on the lessons of that failed initiative in his latest payments startup, Poynt. The startup founded by Osama Bedier, also a former PayPal executive, is launching on Wednesday a point-of-sale device...
  • Hedge funds muscle into reinsurance, attracting doubters

    LONDON (Reuters) - Hedge funds are muscling their way into the market to share the cost of cleaning up after natural catastrophes, but skeptics are questioning whether they will stick around ahead of the next "big one" as underwriting returns fall. Hedge...
  • Rating firms ponder Medtronic downgrades over new tax rules

    MINNEAPOLIS Two Wall Street rating firms expect to downgrade Medtronic Inc.'s debt because the company will have to borrow $13.5 billion more than it expected to buy health care supplier Covidien and move the combined company to Ireland. The changes in...
  • ECB must expand balance sheet by 1 trillion euros to lift inflation: Reuters poll

    (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will need to expand its balance sheet by around 1 trillion euros for a stimulus program to be effective in boosting inflation, according to a Reuters poll, and it may be difficult to reach that target. Some form of...
  • Sunrise traffic stop snowballs into credit card fraud arrest

    Sunrise traffic stop snowballs into credit card fraud arrest
    What started as a traffic stop ended with an arrest on counterfeit credit card charges, Sunrise police said. Danny Dayton Rowe, 21, of Sunrise, was pulled over about 9:40 p.m. Monday at 8100 W. Oakland Park Blvd. for cutting across traffic lanes and...
  • Ex-money manager, facing 20 years in U.S. prison, may try to pull guilty plea

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former New York Islanders hockey team co-owner may seek to withdraw his guilty plea to swindling investors after a U.S. judge said on Wednesday she would sentence the money manager to 20 years in prison. Michael Tremonte, Stephen...
  • Federal rules are deterring banks from approving more home loans

    By most measures, the housing market should be roaring. Prices are leveling off. Borrowing is cheap. Even the job market is recovering. And yet home sales are on pace to fall this year for the first time since 2010. The torturous experience of home...
  • Boca gives final OK to temporarily halting pot businesses

    Boca gives final OK to temporarily halting pot businesses
    The Boca Raton City Council unanimously passed Palm Beach County's first municipal moratorium on medical marijuana centers Tuesday. Boca's new ordinance halts cultivation, processing, distributing or selling marijuana or "related activities" for at...
  • Data breaches jump in California and are expected to keep climbing

    Data breaches jump in California and are expected to keep climbing
    Data breaches soared last year in California as cybercriminals leaped over digital security gates to endanger the personal data of millions of consumers, California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris said. Harris, in a report released Tuesday, highlighted the...
  • Apple CEO fires back as retailers block Pay

    Apple CEO fires back as retailers block Pay
    Apple Inc CEO Tim Cook fired back at CVS and Rite Aid on Monday after the drugstore chains blocked the iPhone maker's mobile payments service, saying there were plenty of other retailers around the world to sign up. Apple Pay launched about a week ago...