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  • RadioShack to close eight Lehigh Valley stores

    RadioShack to close eight Lehigh Valley stores
    Bankrupt electronics retailer RadioShack on Monday said eight stores in the Lehigh Valley area are among hundreds nationwide targeted for closure, including outlets in the Lehigh Valley Mall, South Mall and Palmer Park Mall. The Fort Worth, Texas,...
  • Is Shake Shack the next Krispy Kreme?

    Is Shake Shack the next Krispy Kreme?
    A stock market that has been gyrating insanely all month on its way to a 3% loss can be forgiven for seeking solace in a buzzy initial public offering. But that in itself doesn't make Shake Shack, the star IPO of the moment, a good buy.  Shake Shack...
  • Cicero turbine maker agrees to pay $1 million to settle SEC charges

    Broadwind Energy paid a $1 million penalty after the SEC accused the company of failing to disclose information to investors before its 2010 public offering. A Cicero-based maker of wind turbines agreed to pay a $1 million penalty after the Securities...
  • Phoenix To SEC: More Financial Restatements Coming

    The Phoenix Cos. told federal regulators Friday that it will have to restate its financial performance again, the latest in a string of missteps and filing delays. Phoenix made errors in its fourth-quarter and full-year results for 2013 and in its second...
  • Sugar: We need to know how companies protect us from cyberattacks

    Sugar: We need to know how companies protect us from cyberattacks
    This past holiday season, I had a hard time choosing appropriate gifts for my family. Everything I looked at seemed to be tied to the Internet — a Kindle, a smartphone, an iPad, a Netflix subscription, a new home monitoring service, a new garage...
  • Attorney fees cut out large chunk of money recovered for Wextrust Ponzi scheme victims

    Attorney fees cut out large chunk of money recovered for Wextrust Ponzi scheme victims
    About 1,400 investors and creditors should recoup about $22.1 million from a Ponzi scheme that reached Hampton Roads, although victims say the attorneys and professionals charged with liquidating Wextrust Capital's assets charged too much, The Virginian-...
  • Sprint to set up shop as RadioShack files for bankruptcy

    Sprint to set up shop as RadioShack files for bankruptcy
    Sprint's latest plan for luring new subscribers is to occupy the remains of RadioShack. The long-struggling consumer electronics chain filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday. Part of its plan is for Sprint, the No. 3 U.S. wireless carrier, to open...
  • RadioShack files for bankruptcy protection, to sell stores

    RadioShack files for bankruptcy protection, to sell stores
    Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy-law protection and says it will sell up to 2,400 stores. General Wireless, a subsidiary of Standard General, RadioShack's largest shareholder, has agreed to buy 1,500 to 2,400...
  • PPL to file for rate change in 2015

    PPL to file for rate change in 2015
    PPL Corp. delivered a solid earnings year, its chairman said Thursday, promising more of the same in 2015 as it transitions out of its energy supply business. But customers could face an increase in their electric bills. Speaking Thursday to financial...
  • Hopes of a RadioShack revival fade as NYSE seeks to delist stock

    Hopes of a RadioShack revival fade as NYSE seeks to delist stock
    The signal from RadioShack Corp., the company that introduced the first mass-market personal computer, is fading after years of heavy losses and the suspension of trading in its shares. The beleaguered retailer, which thrived through decades of...
  • McDonald's urges investors to reject mini-tender offer

    McDonald's urges investors to reject mini-tender offer
    McDonald's said Wednesday that it is the target of an unsolicited offer by TRC Capital to buy up to 1.5 million shares, or 0.15 percent of the Oak Brook-based hamburger chain. McDonald's recommended investors reject TRC's bid of $86.80 per share in cash...