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  • Activist investor Jana Partners, Gates Foundation drop McDonald's shares

    Activist investor Jana Partners, Gates Foundation drop McDonald's shares
    Activist investor Jana Partners has lost its craving for McDonald's, according to the firm's latest filing. Separately, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust also shed its stake in McDonald's. The trust no longer holds about 10.9 million shares of...
  • SEC investigates Metro Orlando's road-building agency

    SEC investigates Metro Orlando's road-building agency
    The federal Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating a prominent bond salesman in Central Florida and his longtime relationship with Metro Orlando's road-building agency. A subpoena served last month on the Central Florida Expressway Authority...
  • Villaraigosa must decide on business deals as he mulls Senate run

    Villaraigosa must decide on business deals as he mulls Senate run
    As Antonio Villaraigosa weighs whether to mount a U.S. Senate bid, he faces a complication that his top rival doesn't have to worry about: How will he make a living during a campaign that could last as long as 21 months? Since he left office in 2013,...
  • Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore

    Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore
    Three and a half decades after Michael Hanna Jr. began exploring the concept of using the body's own immune system to fight cancer, the idea is driving Baltimore's latest biotechnology promise. The company Vaccinogen, drawing on research that Hanna began...
  • Consumer Reports: The ebays for borrowers, lenders

    Since 2009, bankers have stopped paying any meaningful interest on deposits, Consumer Reports notes. And when they do lend, it can be at rates in excess of 10 percent, even to borrowers with excellent credit. Fortunately for consumers, new intermediaries...
  • Chief Of Kaman Corp Took Home $2.49M Last Year

    The chief executive of Kaman Corp. in Bloomfield made $2.49 million last year, according to filings made Friday with securities regulators. Neal J. Keating, 59, made $4.86 million in 2013 as the head of the distribution and aerospace company. While it...
  • SkyMall's bankruptcy had less to do with its absurd catalog than you think

    SkyMall's bankruptcy had less to do with its absurd catalog than you think
    On the surface, the bankruptcy of SkyMall seems to be easily explained and none too surprising. The publisher of those seat-back catalogs brimming with useless crapola thumbed through by millions of air passengers, SkyMall ostensibly became the victim...
  • Tessco subsidiary Ventev touting iPhone cases at electronics show

    Tessco subsidiary Ventev touting iPhone cases at electronics show
    A Baltimore County company's iPhone cases built with self-healing technology to repair scratches are among the wares on display this week at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Ventev Mobile, a subsidiary of Hunt Valley-based...
  • Harvey avoids court oversight in Chicago water bill dispute

    Harvey avoids court oversight in Chicago water bill dispute
    A long-troubled south suburb was able to avoid outside oversight of its shaky finances in a court ruling Wednesday that also raises questions about who enforces laws meant to safeguard the stability of the region's water system. The ruling comes amid...
  • Viacom Chief Philippe Dauman paid $44 million in 2014

    Viacom Chief Philippe Dauman paid $44 million in 2014
    Media company Viacom's stock slipped last year -- but the company's chief executive, Philippe Dauman, saw his compensation soar 19% to $44 million. Dauman, 60, received a $20-million bonus in fiscal 2014, even though the company's stock declined 9%...
  • Herbalife analyst lowers target price, citing foreign currency woes

    Herbalife analyst lowers target price, citing foreign currency woes
    Herbalife Ltd., the Los Angeles nutritional products company facing multiple regulatory investigations of its business model, will probably earn less money than expected this year because of foreign currency complications, an analyst said. As a result,...