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  • DoD plan would 'destroy' commissaries, industry reps say

    DoD plan would 'destroy' commissaries, industry reps say
    The Defense Department's fiscal 2016 budget request would slash taxpayer support of base grocery stores by $322 million in 2016 and by $1 billion next year, enough to "destroy" the shopping benefit, warns the American Logistics Association. ALA, which...
  • Malloy Budget Cuts Mean Big Trouble for Tiny Conservation Groups

    Malloy Budget Cuts Mean Big Trouble for Tiny Conservation Groups
    HARTFORD – In the grand scheme of a $20 billion-a-year state budget, Gov. Dannel Malloy's plan to chop $285,000 in funding for a bunch of relatively obscure non-profit conservation agencies seems like no big deal. Except that, for these tiny soil-...
  • State-Backed Back9 Golf Network Suspends Operations

    State-Backed Back9 Golf Network Suspends Operations
    HARTFORD — Back9Network, a golf lifestyle channel founded in 2011, has suspended operations because it has run out of money — temporarily, the company says. "Management and the board of directors are planning next steps and will continue...
  • A loophole in immigration law is costing thousands of American jobs

     A loophole in immigration law is costing thousands of American jobs
    Imagine getting a layoff notice, then being ordered to train your replacement. That's what has happened to hundreds of information technology employees at Southern California Edison. Since last summer, Edison, which serves nearly 14 million customers,...
  • Man tapped to lead PA Education Dept. wants to restore faith in system

    Gov. Tom Wolf has pledged to make education a priority, and for his top education official, he's tapped a bilingual educator who brought national recognition to an urban, once-struggling school district. Pedro Rivera, former superintendent of the...
  • Wal-Mart's $1 billion bargain: Wage hike, training a smart investment

    Wal-Mart's $1 billion bargain: Wage hike, training a smart investment
    The latest greatest bargain at Wal-Mart isn't on anything it sells. It's the $1 billion price tag for the retail powerhouse's effort to improve the pay and training of its hourly workers. The edge of greater efficiency and improved customer service...
  • Crain's Chicago Business looking beyond its newspaper for growth

    Crain's Chicago Business is looking outside the pages of its newspaper for growth. The weekly publication, which has been keeping tabs on Chicago business since 1978, recently laid off five newsroom employees, including its sole Washington reporter,...
  • Elmhurst College to reduce faculty and staff in face of $3M budget gap

    Elmhurst College to reduce faculty and staff in face of $3M budget gap
    Elmhurst College is seeking to close a $3 million budget gap by laying off six faculty members and offering voluntary layoffs to some other staff and faculty. The reductions will take place by late spring. Incoming Interim President Larry Braskamp...
  • Treasurers, attorneys battle in the budget over state collections work

    Treasurers, attorneys battle in the budget over state collections work
    RICHMOND – A behind-the-scenes fight over a single paragraph in the state budget may swing fee-collection contracts away from local treasurers and toward private collections firms. There's big money on the line. In fiscal 2013, $154.8 million in...
  • LEGO North America President Emphasizes Corporate Responsibility

    LEGO North America President Emphasizes Corporate Responsibility
    While the history of LEGO Systems Inc. in Connecticut is at least in part one of a steely-eyed decision to move jobs to Mexico to save money, the group president on Wednesday emphasized the gentler side of capitalism at the billion-dollar toy maker....
  • December retail sales drop an unexpected 0.9% as consumers use caution

    December retail sales drop an unexpected 0.9% as consumers use caution
    Retail sales took an unexpected dip in December, a signal that shoppers kept a tight watch on their holiday spending despite a boost from falling gas prices and a better job market. In December, retail sales dropped 0.9% to $442.9 billion, the largest...