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  • Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker confirmed by Senate

    WASHINGTON — Chicago billionaire Penny Pritzker was confirmed Tuesday as President Obama’s secretary of Commerce in a 97-1 Senate vote. Pritzker, a Democratic mega-donor whose family founded the Hyatt Hotel chain, was the president’s...
  • Pritzker knows commerce

    Pritzker knows commerce
    When business leaders complain that President Barack Obama has been at best neglectful and at worst hostile toward the nation's job creators, they cite a long list of grievances. On the list — not high, but on the list — is that when Obama...
  • Penny Pritzker is pick as commerce secretary

     Penny Pritzker is pick as commerce secretary
    President Barack Obama lauded her skills, several prominent business groups quickly heaped praise and critics remained generally quiet after Chicago business executive Penny Pritzker was introduced Thursday as Obama's nominee to lead the Commerce...
  • John Kerry's brother, Cameron, to be acting Commerce secretary

    John Kerry's brother, Cameron, to be acting Commerce secretary
    WASHINGTON -- Cameron Kerry will serve as acting Commerce secretary starting June 1, joining his brother, Secretary of State John Kerry, in President Obama's Cabinet. Cameron Kerry, who has been general counsel at the Commerce Department since 2009,...
  • Neurologist offers insight into seizure disorder

    Neurologist offers insight into seizure disorder
    Last month, Commerce Secretary John Bryson, 68, resigned from his Cabinet post after suffering a seizure while driving, resulting in two car crashes. To get a better understanding of this condition, we turned to Dr. John Ebersole, a national authority...
  • CEO-for-a-day parachutes out of Duke Energy with $44 million

    For one day’s work, $44 million is a pretty sizable paycheck. For a few hours this week, William D. Johnson served as chief executive of Duke Energy Corp. before resigning. His departure package could include $7.4 million in severance, relocation...
  • Chowchilla kidnapper, now living with mother, is being monitored

     
    One of three men who kidnapped a busload of schoolchildren from Chowchilla, Calif., in 1976 is now living with his mother in Mountain View, Calif. Richard Allen Schoenfeld was released on parole late Wednesday, state prison officials said. He will......
  • LAPD moves Kings fans off streets after Stanley Cup win

     
    Los Angeles police Monday night broke up throngs of boisterous fans celebrating the historic Kings Stanley Cup victory....
  • Fans at L.A. Live celebrate Kings Stanley Cup win

     
    As soon as the buzzer rang Monday night, swarms of fans congregated around the Staples Center, jumping and cheering in jubilation after the Kings clinched the Stanley Cup 6 to 1. Fans threw confetti and blew horns, chanting "Go, Kings,......
  • Metro officials to consider extending Measure R transit tax

     
    L.A. County transportation officials will decide next week whether to support a proposed November ballot measure that would extend a half-cent sales tax for transit projects that voters first approved four years ago....
  • Group needs help moving Disney sign to Sacramento

     
    A group that supports the California State Fair is looking for help in moving Disney's "CALIFORNIA" sign from Southern California to Sacramento....