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  • Joseph F. Matthai Jr., banker and veteran

    Joseph F. Matthai Jr., banker and veteran
    Joseph F. Matthai Jr., a retired Maryland National Bank executive and a World War II veteran, died Oct. 31 at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 93. The son of Joseph F. Matthai Sr., chairman of the board of United States Fidelity and...
  • ACA open enrollment, part deux

    On November 15 (and through February 15, 2015), the second open-enrollment period will begin for individual health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Despite a dreadful rollout, during the first Open Enrollment period, 8 million individuals...
  • How money experts handle their own finances

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - We personal finance writers really do eat our own cooking. I don't mean that in the metaphorical sense in which it is usually used - the question of whether we follow our own advice is complex. But when 25 of us got together recently...
  • Clare Vivier opens store in Santa Monica

    Clare Vivier opens store in Santa Monica
    Handbag designer Clare Vivier opened a new Clare V. store in Santa Monica on Tuesday. Like her Silverlake flagship and Nolita boutique, Vivier's new store was designed by architect Barbara Bestor. It features a custom mural by artist Simone Shubuck....
  • Mayo: Where does lottery money go? Here's your answer

    Mayo: Where does lottery money go? Here's your answer
    “Why do schools need more money? What happened to all that gambling dough supposedly going toward education? Where does all that lottery and slots money go?” With an $800 million school bond measure that would hike property taxes on the...
  • Personal finance Q&A: Pay a bogus bill to protect credit rating?

    Dear Liz: I was a volunteer for a research study at a local university. It required a blood draw done at the university's hospital. A month later, I received a bill for the blood draw, which I questioned. I was told it was a mistake and that I was in no...
  • Saving Catholic schools has been Cardinal George's personal cause

     Saving Catholic schools has been Cardinal George's personal cause
    To help tens of thousands of Chicago-area Catholic school students, Cardinal Francis George has gone to Springfield, launched a $350 million fundraising campaign and just last week put the archdiocese's schools in his will. But his 17-year tenure has...
  • Peer-to-Peer Services Combine Car-Sharing With Airport Parking

     
    Want to offset some of that vacation cost or make a few extra bucks while on a business trip? Enter FlightCar, a sort of Airbnb for your ride. The San Francisco-based company launched at San Francisco International Airport in February......
  • Risks are growing amid a banner year for auto sales

    DETROIT Automakers are on track for their best U.S. sales year since 2006, but the growth of long-term loans, many to buyers with dicey credit scores, and a surge of leased cars that will return to dealers by 2017, could create problems down the road....
  • 3 questions: Where Newport Beach City Council candidates stand on the issues

    Newport Beach City Council One incumbent and seven challengers are running for four spots on the seven-member council. The Daily Pilot asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) Within the last two years, which City Council decision do you...
  • We're still a long way from solving minimum-wage issue

    We're still a long way from solving minimum-wage issue
    If there's one thing I've learned from writing about whether the minimum wage should be raised, it's that writing about whether the minimum wage should be raised is a tricky business. There are passionate voices on both sides of the debate, and those...