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  • Hidden costs of minimum wage

    Hidden costs of minimum wage
    While keeping the minimum wage low can be good for some businesses, it burdens taxpayers who have to support low-wage workers ... Additionally, many disabled workers earn far below the minimum wage ... Clash threatens Allentown's Americus hotel renovation ... The sport of golf doesn't interest as many as it used to... Nationally, airport security agency TSA is offering cash for ideas to speed up screening lines, and Dollar Tree is to buy Family Dollar for $8.5 billion... NEWSMAKER Q&A: American Bank founder Mark Jaindl talks about being a principal in Allentown's Waterfront development... VIDEO OF THE DAY: Zillow agrees to acquire rival real estate site Trulia in $3.5B deal.
  • Wall Street yawns as deal news offsets data; Herbalife sinks

    Wall Street gains, telecoms sector lifted by Windstream
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rose Tuesday on news about a spinoff in the telecommunications sphere that sent most stocks in the sector soaring and on better-than-expected results from Pfizer and Merck. Windstream Holdings jumped 18.2 percent to $12....

    Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida

    Real estate notebook: Discount brokerage planned for South Florida
    Two entrepreneurs say they're preparing to launch a new discount real estate listing service for Palm Beach and Broward counties. Tony Gibbons and Greg Sullivan expect to open ByOwner.com in Boca Raton in the next 45 days. The firm is not related to...

    Foreign buyers fuel concerns amid Miami luxury condo boom

    MIAMI (Reuters) - As construction cranes crowd the coastline and developers strive to lure wealthy international buyers with brand name towers and lavish amenities, there are signs Miami's latest condo boom has begun to slow and a possible oversupply...

    Tamarac helps fund rehab of local homes

    There is good news for low- and moderate-income people in Tamarac who are interested in the rehabilitation of their homes. The city will have more money next year to help them out. The city will receive $356,000 from the Department of Housing and Urban...