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  • Massey ex-CEO indicted for conduct linked to mine blast that killed 29

    Massey ex-CEO indicted for conduct linked to mine blast that killed 29
    Donald Blankenship, a former chief executive of Massey Energy Co, was indicted on Thursday on charges he violated federal mine safety laws prior to the April 2010 explosion that killed 29 miners at the company's Upper Big Branch mine in West Virginia....
  • Former Massey Energy chief executive indicted in 2010 mine explosion

    The former chief executive of coal giant Massey Energy Co. has been indicted on federal charges stemming from a 2010 coal mine explosion that killed 29 people. Donald L. Blankenship was indicted Wednesday by a West Virginia grand jury and charged with...
  • Virgin America shares soar on first day of trading

    Virgin America shares soar on first day of trading
    Virgin America Inc. shares soared in their first day of trading Friday as investors flocked to the airline's strategy of combining low-cost fares with hipster cachet. Priced at $23 each, shares in the Burlingame, Calif.-based airline, backed by...
  • Jana Partners takes stake in McDonald's

    Jana Partners takes stake in McDonald's
    Activist hedge fund Jana Partners has disclosed a purchase of McDonald's shares, sending the stock of the world's largest restaurant company up 0.8 percent. Jana now holds 842,268 shares of McDonald's plus an option to buy up to 200,000 more shares,...
  • Filing: Colt At Risk Of Defaulting On Loan

    Filing: Colt At Risk Of Defaulting On Loan
    Weakening demand for its sporting rifles and handguns in the past year have sharply decreased revenues at Colt Defense LLC, and the gun maker reports that it is at risk of defaulting on a $10.9 million loan payment due Monday. In a filing with the U.S....
  • Former owner of Empire Towers indicted in $7million fraud

    Former owner of Empire Towers indicted in $7million fraud
    Federal prosecutors have charged the former owner of Glen Burnie's Empire Towers, a 10-story building on Ritchie Highway, with securities fraud for allegedly raising more than $7 million from investors for personal use under the guise that he was...
  • Mine explosion indictment brings some solace to workers' families

    Mine explosion indictment brings some solace to workers' families
    In the months before shift foreman Dean Jones died in a massive explosion at the Upper Big Branch coal mine in West Virginia in April 2010, Judy Petersen recalls, her brother complained to his family about persistent ventilation violations. Petersen,...
  • Videology hires new CFO with eye toward stock offering

    Videology hires new CFO with eye toward stock offering
    Web video advertising firm Videology said Monday it hired a new chief financial officer with experience preparing companies for public stock offerings, a signal the Baltimore-founded company may soon follow through with plans for an initial public...
  • Nasdaq warns Corinthian Colleges on failure to file financial reports

    Nasdaq warns Corinthian Colleges on failure to file financial reports
    Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. said Wednesday it received a warning that it is not in compliance with Nasdaq rules, after the company failed to file its last two quarterly financial reports. If Corinthian does not come up with a plan to...
  • Corinthian Colleges again runs afoul of Nasdaq listing rules

    Corinthian Colleges again runs afoul of Nasdaq listing rules
    In the latest sign of trouble for Orange County-based Corinthian Colleges Inc., the for-profit college operator said Wednesday it is not in compliance with Nasdaq rules after failing to file financial reports for the last two quarters. Corinthian said...
  • Judge orders Harvey to pay Chicago $26 million in unpaid water bills

     Judge orders Harvey to pay Chicago $26 million in unpaid water bills
    In an unusual legal battle over unpaid water bills, a Cook County judge ordered suburban Harvey on Wednesday to pay the city of Chicago $26 million — more than the troubled south suburb levies in property taxes in an entire year. Associate Judge...