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The Business of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsWith FedEx announcing earlier this year it was dropping its title sponsorship of the Orange Bowl college football game after 21 years ??? marking the longest reign as title sponsor of a BCS game ??? ESPN has been in negotiations......
Of The Morning CallOn a spring night in 2005, Stanley J. Majewski Jr. dazzled the Bethlehem Area School Board with a budget presentation that highlighted how a rise in home sales was triggering "a vibrant local economy" not seen since the fall of Bethlehem Steel a decade...
(WGN-AM)- A Chicago office space rental company filed suit Thursday against David Hernandez, the Downers Grove businessman facing charges that he scammed investors and Chicago sports radio personalities out of $11 million. Amata, a Chicago-based office...
President Obama, pushing a key part of his overhaul of financial regulations, sent to Congress a draft bill that would create the Consumer Financial Protection Agency, which he said would better protect Americans from unscrupulous practices and make...
Four years after Hurricane Wilma battered South Florida, some homeowners are still dealing with claimsSouth Florida Sun-SentinelMarta Ayala's colorful artwork is showcased throughout her immaculate Parkland home. Every room also features vivid reminders of 2005's Hurricane Wilma: cracking paint and yellow water drip marks, some as long as 10 feet. Weeks after the storm, Ayala and...
The Swampby Josh Meyer The Justice Department is confirming that Texas billionaire Allen Stanford has been arrested and indicted on criminal charges stemming from his alleged operation of a massive investment fraud operation that bilked potentially thousands of...
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Money & CompanyThe U.S. service sector grew in January for the first time since September but is still lagging behind the manufacturing industries, according to a report released Wednesday. A gauge of performance in non-manufacturing businesses reached 50.5 from 49.8,...
From Wire ReportsNEW YORK - In the first significant shareholder settlement since Enron Corp. collapsed more than three years ago, Citigroup Inc. has agreed to pay $2 billion to investors who accused the bank of aiding Enron in its huge accounting scandal by selling the...
The Wall Street JournalDon't be surprised if a lender wants to know if you pay your rent on time or bounce checks before it will let you borrow money. For many years, loan approvals were determined largely by borrowers' credit scores, which are based on proprietary formulas...
By Peter Nicholas and Richard Simon | Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON - Obama administration officials expressed concerns today about California's request for federal intervention in its budget crisis, and even the state's own Congressional delegation is split on the issue. The state has asked the administration...
Can you put a price tag on your health? The estimated $215,000 that retirees will spend on health care is beginning to resonate with some retirement savers more than discussions about expected returns and risk tolerance, some advisers say. Like...
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