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  • PennEast pipeline officials pull back from public meetings as opposition mounts in N.J.

    PennEast pipeline officials pull back from public meetings as opposition mounts in N.J.
    PennEast Pipeline is pulling back from sending its officials to appear at municipal meetings after a series of heavily attended public forums in New Jersey last week. Company officials are still scheduled to appear briefly Wednesday evening at a meeting...
  • Two Years After Resident's Death, Southbury Training School To Improve Medical, Nursing, and Dental Care, Hire Outside Evaluator

    Prompted by the advocacy of a grieving sister and prodded by a watchdog agency, the Southbury Training School appears to have improved its nursing and medical procedures, and invited an outside evaluation nearly two years after the death of long-time...
  • Ethics watchdog agency to weigh fine for CalPERS board vice president

    Ethics watchdog agency to weigh fine for CalPERS board vice president
    California’s political watchdog agency will consider quadrupling a fine against newly reelected CalPERS board Vice President Priya Mathur for failing to file timely campaign finance reports for 2012 and 2013. The proposed penalty follows a...
  • Acorda buys Civitas to gain access to Parkinson's drug

    (Reuters) - Acorda Therapeutics Inc said it bought privately held Civitas Therapeutics for $525 million to gain access to a Parkinson's disease drug in late-stage development. Acorda's shares rose as much as 22.6 percent to $35.98 on Wednesday, making...
  • Regulators Approve $2 Billion Frontier-AT&T Deal

    Regulators Approve $2 Billion Frontier-AT&T Deal
    Frontier Communications passed the final major hurdle in its pursuit of acquiring AT&T Connecticut's wireline operations Tuesday when utility regulators approved the $2 billion telecom deal. In its approval, the state Public Utilities Regulatory...
  • Alibaba finance arm, Juneyao airline both get private bank approval

    Alibaba finance arm, Juneyao airline both get private bank approval
    BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's finance arm has been given government approval to set up a private bank, China's banking regulator said on Monday, the latest step in the e-commerce company's push into the financial services...
  • Exclusive: Plan for U.S. securities audit trail seen delayed again

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. exchange officials are seeking more time to submit a plan for building a massive database for storing all equity and options transactions, a project designed to better monitor trading activity that took on urgency after the Flash...
  • Postal Service aims for grocery delivery beyond Amazon

    The U.S. Postal Service wants to expand its grocery deliveries for Amazon and potentially its rivals. For the last several weeks, the agency has been testing delivering prepackaged grocery items purchased from the Web giant to customers in San Francisco....
  • EU regulators seek to limit emissions of non-road engines

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission on Thursday published draft law to reduce emissions from non-road engines as part of efforts to clean up the air and improve human health. The law would cover anything from lawn mowers to snowmobiles to...
  • Brazil's Silva vows to clean up regulatory agencies

    RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva vowed on Thursday to de-politicize regulatory agencies that she says do more to win favor with government allies than ensure fair and efficient markets in Latin America's biggest...
  • U.S. FCC chief presses experts on mobile 'net neutrality' rules

    U.S. FCC chief presses experts on mobile 'net neutrality' rules
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler urged consumer advocates and wireless industry representatives on Tuesday to address how wireless carriers might be allowed to "reasonably manage" their Internet networks....