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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...
Tags: IBM, Insider Trading, Earnings, Personal Finance, Auto Trends
Of The Morning CallAs the economy limped along in 2002, many Americans saw meager pay raises and little or no annual bonuses. And locally, that pain extended to the corporate boardroom too. The number of million-dollar executives in the Lehigh Valley region dropped from 11...
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...
Sun StaffA proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today. Black Entertainment Television...
Times Staff WriterMichael Ovitz today said he lavished gifts on people during his short tenure as Walt Disney Co. president because it was needed to nurture executives and improved the company's frayed relations with talent. In his fifth day of testimony in Delaware...
Tribune staff reportersThe investigations into Osama bin Laden's finances and of suspicious stock trading in the days before the World Trade Center attack could yield much useful information, Middle East analysts say, but cutting off terrorists' access to money will be...
Special to The TimesThe kids may still be in school and the calendar may still say winter, but vacation time will be here before you know it. For single parents trying to fill two roles, however, a vacation may seem more like work. Travel agents, resorts, touring companies,...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Commack, Family, Family Vacations, Children
Times Staff WriterGEORGETOWN, Del. — A law professor testified today that Walt Disney Co. directors should have met to discuss the hiring and firing of former President Michael Ovitz that proved so costly to the entertainment giant. The testimony of Duke University'...
Times Staff WriterMichael Ovitz testified today that during his ill-fated tenure as Walt Disney Co. president he trusted Chief Executive Michael Eisner "1,000 percent," but found himself inexplicably undercut by Eisner and other executives. Ovitz recounted being...
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