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Today, Gordon and Reed discuss the effectiveness of converting some carpool lanes into toll lanes. Later in the week, they'll debate the impact of population growth on transportation, congestion pricing in Los Angeles and more. The unfairness of not...
The Hartford CourantAetna Inc. Chief Executive Ronald A. Williams got $3.14 million in compensation for 2008 and was awarded stock rights that could be worth an additional $10 million, the company disclosed Wednesday. Williams was also granted 84,813 performance stock...
Courant Staff WriterHaven Healthcare's troubled legacy in Connecticut will probably come to an end this summer, when a bankruptcy court judge is expected to sign off on a deal to sell the nursing-home chain to Formation Capital, which owns Genesis HealthCare. Under an...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs the mortgage industry swooned in late 2006 and 2007, Countrywide Financial Corp. Chief Executive Angelo Mozilo cashed in stock options valued at $138 million -- vastly expanding his wealth even as his shareholders watched their stock shrink in value....
Even those of us who haven't seen the new Vince Vaughn-Jennifer Aniston movie "The Break Up" have found it impossible to avoid hearing about it. Apparently they play a mismatched couple who own Chicago property together. With their romance on the rocks,...
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Tribune staff reporterWhen Tribune Co. goes private at the end of the year, its five highest-ranking executives stand to reap more than $50 million from their equity holdings alone, filings show. Presuming the deal with billionaire investor Sam Zell concludes as scheduled,...
Tribune Co.'s independent directors fired back at the Chandler family Thursday, accusing the super-rich California clan of putting their own financial interests head of other shareholders. In a letter signed by Tribune lead director William Osborn and...
Sentinel Staff WriterSome Central Floridians, already frustrated by delays in getting electricity, gasoline and other basic goods and services, are now caught in another waiting game, this time with their insurance company. Four days after Hurricane Charley tore through...
Times Staff WriterIn January 2003, Dr. Harvey G. Klein helped ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. He was joined by his fellow board members of Haemonetics Corp., a Massachusetts company that markets blood-filtering equipment. A color photo of Klein and...
Times Staff WriterTimes sure have changed. When Donna Takeda started working on Wall Street in the early 1970s, the pinnacle of technology was the Dow Jones news wire, which tapped out one-line notes about per-share profits and losses when companies released their...
Tribune staff reportersOn the Thursday after the terrorist attack, Chicago Board Options Exchange market maker Jon Najarian noticed that trading in options contracts on American and United Airlines stock had been remarkably active just before terrorists hit the World Trade...
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