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Sun reporterFor the past six years Baltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon has steered government work worth at least $600,000 to her former campaign chairman, most of the time without a written contract. Since becoming council president in December 1999,...
Belgian pop artist Guy Peellaert, whose surreal pictures for the 1972 cult book "Rock Dreams" brought him worldwide attention and led him to design album covers for the Rolling Stones and David Bowie, has died. He was 74. -------------------- FOR THE...
Tags: Computers, Death, Korean War (1950-1953), Movies, Mick Jagger
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYahoo Inc. on Tuesday made much ado about its first-quarter financial performance as a sign that it's turning around its fortunes. Wall Street reacted like nothing happened. Analysts said the results and projections were not strong enough to force...
Tags: Computers, Sunnyvale, AOL LLC, Finance, North Africa
Of The Morning CallAlmost overnight, the Sands BethWorks Casino will do something it has taken some of the area's biggest companies decades to do: become one of the Lehigh Valley's top 10 employers. By the time the casino, hotel and shopping complex opens next year,...
Courant Staff WritersFederal authorities accused dozens of people Friday of conspiring to use mob muscle to carve up the regional trash hauling industry, reaping millions of dollars in illicit profits that the alleged ringleader spent on everything from illegally padding...
Tags: Elections, Police Investigations, Politics, FBI, Heart Attack
Associated PressMINNEAPOLIS -- A replay of the nation's only file-sharing case to go to trial has ended with the same result - a Minnesota woman was found to have violated music copyrights and must pay huge damages to the recording industry. A federal jury ruled...
Times Staff WriterAt first glance, the term "Los Angeles Film Festival" seems almost redundant. Why on earth would L.A. — home of the Oscars and the Golden Globes, not to mention every American studio, film institute and film industry union, where premieres and...
Kurt shows you technology that college grads will need as they trade in classrooms for cubicles...including everything from a gadget that backs up college memories stored on their computers to an all-new camera phone that'll capture new memories after...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMore and more, shoppers are heeding the advice of consumer advocates who every holiday season warn against buying extended warranties for television sets, cellphones and computers. Steve Abernethy doesn't see this as a problem, even though his company,...
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