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  • Foley was fearless, former colleagues recall

     Foley was fearless, former colleagues recall
    James Foley was determined to tell the stories of people suffering in war-ravaged countries, and he risked his life to cover conflicts in the Middle East. But Foley, a journalist trained at Northwestern University who willingly went to countries beset...
  • Harold Gerstein, dentist, 1922-2014

    Harold Gerstein, dentist, 1922-2014
    Dr. Harold Gerstein created programs at Northwestern University Dental School and Marquette University School of Dentistry, and he invented several instruments used in the practice of endodontics. He never applied for patents for those devices, his...
  • Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes

    Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes
    Like a five-star high school recruit in his senior year, college athletics is at a crossroads. Pressure from current players, former players and lawsuits means a system of paying college students to play sports is finally getting serious attention....
  • Pamela Lucina, managing director, BNY Mellon Wealth Management

    Pamela Lucina, managing director, BNY Mellon Wealth Management
    Pamela Lucina was named managing director and team leader for BNY Mellon Wealth Management’s wealth strategist group. Based in Chicago, Lucina oversees a team of eight wealth strategists across the U.S. She most recently was a managing director at...
  • Don't let a spoilsport ruin your outdoor games

     Don't let a spoilsport ruin your outdoor games
    With Fourth of July just around the corner, you'll likely be going to a large family gathering or cookout with friends, playing games out in the yard. Softball, volleyball, badminton, horseshoes, they're among the wonderful ways families and friends can...
  • John W. Trageser Jr., mechanical engineer

    John W. Trageser Jr., mechanical engineer
    John W. Trageser Jr., a retired mechanical engineer who headed a contracting firm, died of cancer Sunday at his Lutherville home. He was 88. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of John W. Trageser Sr., who owned Trageser's Cozy Inn, and the former...
  • The Hartford's Liam McGee Steps Down As CEO

    The Hartford's Liam McGee Steps Down As CEO
    The Hartford will have a new CEO in July as Liam E. McGee steps down amid health problems, the company announced Monday. McGee, 59, will remain as chairman of The Hartford Financial Services Group until the next annual shareholders' meeting. Christopher...
  • Ex-UCLA star Ed O'Bannon takes stand in antitrust suit against NCAA

    Ex-UCLA star Ed O'Bannon takes stand in antitrust suit against NCAA
    As a much-anticipated federal trial began here Monday, the walls that have long separated college athletes from the riches of a multibillion-dollar sports enterprise began to show some cracks. The occasion was the opening of an antitrust lawsuit filed...
  • Timothy P. Knight, trustee, DePaul University

    Timothy P. Knight, trustee, DePaul University
    Timothy P. Knight, chief executive officer of Wrapports, has been elected a trustee at DePaul University. He is a member of the Marquette University College of Business Dean's Council of Excellence, Ambassadors Board for the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls,...
  • Family, friends of James Foley say war zones called to the journalist

    Family, friends of James Foley say war zones called to the journalist
    Shortly after James Foley was released from 44 days of captivity in Libya, the American journalist returned to Boston to work at GlobalPost, the start-up website that had published much of his work from the Middle East. But it soon became clear that...
  • NCAA takes a major hit as federal judge rules in athlete amateur case

    NCAA takes a major hit as federal judge rules in athlete amateur case
    A federal judge here dealt a major blow Friday to the NCAA and its long-held value of amateurism, ruling in an antitrust case that the association's policies banning athletes from profiting from their own names, images and likenesses "unreasonably...