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Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsGovernor-elect Rick Scott comes to Broward on Tuesday to meet with a local legislative delegation, part of an ongoing effort to build support and dialogue before his January inauguration. A topic I'd like to hear more about is his proposal......
The Swampby Jim Puzzanghera A deadline for General Motors Corp. bondholders to accept a revised debt-for-stock offer that could speed the carmaker's ride through Chapter 11 passed Saturday without any word on whether there was enough participation to satisfy the...
Reality CheckWe'd heard the rumors about Jeff and Jordan from Big Brother and former Miss Teen South Carolina Caitlin "some people out there in our nation don't have maps" Upton being on the next season of The Amazing Race.It turns out......
In recent years, Prime Healthcare has built a reputation as a take-no-prisoners company willing to run roughshod over patients and employees alike in its quest for profits — $283 million on revenue of $1.6 billion in 2010, according to a financial...
When I scolded deadbeat Angelenos for blowing off Tuesday's election, some of them had just enough energy to return fire. "I chose not to spit into the wind anymore," wrote Lou. "It is not an embarrassment to shun an embarrassment like L.A....
Big, round numbers always get people's attention. Numbers such as $1 billion, which has been bandied about as the economic loss per day nationally from the eight-day strike that shut down most of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. That figure...
The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and the musicians union have agreed on a new contract that includes a short-term fix to get musicians back to work immediately. In a joint announcement, the Indiana Symphony Society, Inc., and the Indianapolis...
On the day he was introduced as Mitt Romney's running mate, Congressman Paul Ryan declared that citizens' rights stem from "nature and God, and not from the government." Accusing Obama of failure, Ryan went on to emphasize that, as stated in the...
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office announced Monday they will begin charging deputies for fuel used in office vehicles. In the new program, deputies who are assigned MCSO vehicles will be charged a monthly fuel rate of $75. Deputies who use their...
Jim Freedman and his partners have been here before. "We call this Act Three," he told me one day recently from the Westside high-rise office of Intrepid Investment Bankers, his new firm devoted to mergers and acquisitions in the regional middle market...
RONALD BROWNSTEIN is The Times' national political correspondent.WHEN President Clinton's universal healthcare plan died in 1994, the most visible fingerprints on the murder weapon belonged to a bland middle-class couple named Harry and Louise. Harry and Louise weren't real, but they were deadly nonetheless. They were...
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