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  • Investors fire MICG from one hedge fund; firm poses exit strategy for two others

    A year ago, MICG Investment Management was one of few local brokerages to offer wealthy investors a chance to put money into a package of potentially high-return hedge funds. The Newport News firm managed and marketed three multimillion-dollar hedge...
  • NU Reaches Agreement To Bring Hydro Power To Connecticut

    Berlin-based Northeast Utilities and a Massachusetts utility have received approval from federal energy regulators to spend $1 billion to build a high-voltage power line to a hydroelectric plant in Quebec, allowing the export of 1,200 megawatts of "clean"...
  • Inside the CWS: Virginia coach O'Connor scoffs at RPI talk

    Virginia baseball coach Brian O'Connor has heard all the criticism about his team's weak non-conference schedule, but he's confused about how the system works. U.Va. (48-13-1), which will play Saturday at 7 p.m. against Louisiana State in the College...
  • Can't separate ACC, Big East? Why care?

    Can't separate ACC, Big East? Why care?
    Perennial and pointless. Intriguing and infuriating. Comical and confusing. So goes this college basketball season's jousting over conference supremacy. ACC or Big East? Carolina or Connecticut? Hansbrough or Harangody? We stage this debate each...
  • ACC tournament capsule previews

    No. 1 North Carolina Record: 27-3, 13-3 ACC. Last ACC tourney title: 2008. Opener: Winner of today's No. 8 Virginia Tech-No. 9 Miami opening-round game in Friday's quarterfinal at noon. March 4, UNC won at Virginia Tech. The Tar Heels defeated the...
  • As Facebook and Twitter grow, so do opportunities to rip people off

    Have you heard of the scam where South Florida seniors are contacted by people pretending to be their grandchildren? The "grandchildren" say they've been robbed while abroad and need money wired to them. Part of the power of the scam is that the crooks...
  • Regulatory agencies

    Regulatory agencies Two federal agencies oversee American Indian gambling operations. Within the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Office of Indian Gaming Management approves how tribes spend gambling money if tribal members get dividends from that income,...
  • ISO Retraction On Power-Generator Payments Draws Sharp Criticism

    ISO New England, the region's power grid operator, said this evening that that it was wrong when it reported last month that some power generators were paid nearly $86 million for electricity they failed to deliver. The agency said it unintentionally...
  • Rell Wants Answers From Power Generators

    Gov. M. Jodi Rell asked the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday to investigate possible criminal violations in the payment of $85.8 million to New York power generators for electricity that she said they never intended to deliver. Rell sent a letter...
  • FPL critics suggest hires were made to blunt criticism

    FPL critics suggest hires were made to blunt criticism
    As a state-appointed consumer advocate for utility customers, Harold McLean was one of Florida Power & Light's staunchest critics from 2003 to 2007, helping to negotiate a base rate freeze in 2005. As a former federal utility regulator, Joseph T....
  • Regulators reject FPL's proposed $1.5 billion pipeline

    Regulators reject FPL's proposed $1.5 billion pipeline
    The Florida Public Service Commission denied Florida Power & Light's proposal to build a $1.53 billion natural gas pipeline on Tuesday, saying the utility didn't prove the project was the best and cheapest option. In a unanimous vote, the commission said...