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  • Full Legislature Approves Jackson Laboratory Deal

    Full Legislature Approves Jackson Laboratory Deal
    Both chambers of the state legislature voted Wednesday night in favor of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's controversial plan to recruit the nonprofit Jackson Laboratory to Farmington with a $291 million offer to construct a new building and create 300 direct...
  • Japanese Import Impact

    Japanese Import Impact
    Right now, this Subaru dealership in Plano is fully stocked with inventory. But the overall impact of the earthquake and tsumani on Japanese automakers is yet to be seen. "If there is any supply line problems, our inventory could diminish over the next...
  • A literary look back

    A literary look back
    Rick Kogan, Tribune reporter "The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the End of America's Childhood" By Jane Leavy Harper, $27.99 Leavy's "The Last Boy" is as masterfully researched and beautifully written as any biography this year. Sox fans like me may...
  • Backpacks, calculators and Apple iPad 2 tops on back-to-school lists for Florida shoppers

    Among the top back-to-school items Florida shoppers are snapping up this year are backpacks, calculators and Apple’s iPad 2, according to SortPrice.com, a popular product comparison site. How does that match up with your shopping list? As a parent,...
  • Arthur P. Stern dies at 86; transistor pioneer

    Arthur P. Stern dies at 86; transistor pioneer
    Arthur P. Stern, a Hungarian-born Holocaust survivor whose prominent career in electronic engineering included leading the development of General Electric's first transistor radio in the 1950s and guiding the commercialization of satellite navigation at...
  • Do workers have rights?

    Do workers have rights?
    For more than 75 years, American workers have had legal rights to work together to improve their jobs and their workplaces. But the effectiveness of these rights has diminished over the past 30 years, and now it's questionable whether they're meaningful...
  • Ocoee Middle principal wins state technology award

     
    Ocoee Middle School principal Sharyn Gabriel has been named the “Outstanding Technology Leader in Education” by the Florida Society for Technology in Education. The statewide honor was announced at the annual Florida Education Technology...
  • Dow index hits new multiyear high, and so does oil

     
    The Dow Jones industrial average eked out a new multiyear high Monday, even as crude oil prices did the same. Stocks overall ended mostly higher but traders said the market looked tired after the rally Friday that followed the upbeat......
  • Corporate takeover deals boom as money flows

     
    The eat-to-grow mantra is back in vogue in the corporate world. Takeover activity is surging in the U.S. and abroad this year as cash-rich companies look to put some of that stash to work by bulking up. On Monday computer......
  • Tech mergers on strongest pace since 2000 as big players pay up for growth

     
    Microsoft Corp.’s agreement Tuesday to buy Internet telecom firm Skype for $8.5 billion is another sign of the prominence of big deals in this year's wave of merger activity, as megacompanies spend aggressively to buy growth. The Microsoft-Skype...
  • Microsoft-branded Windows 8 tablet reportedly under consideration

     
    Microsoft is rumored to be considering selling a Microsoft-branded tablet running Windows 8, in a move to challenge Apple's iPad and the growing field of tablets using Google's Android operating system. The move would be a bit out of step for Microsoft,...