| Jul 13, 2009
Of all the ways in which California residents have slit their fiscal throats over the last 30 years, surely the most inexplicable is the bestowal of a gaping tax loophole on commercial and industrial property owners.
The culprit, no surprise, is that 31-...
| May 6, 2011
Don't sweat it. Answer Angel has you covered on how to look great at graduation, fabulous in your jeans and so much more.
Dear Answer Angel: My mom said I should ask you my fashion questions, so here goes. I am about to graduate and receive my master's...
| Jul 17, 2010
| 7:04 PM
The FCAT is a bit of a mess right now.
The scores came late. They may be wrong. And the company that taxpayers pay $254 million to run the thing can't seem to do its job right.
Maybe now's a good time to reconsider whether Florida should make this...
| Jan 19, 2011
Call Rob McGarry a serial book-trader, which is to say he joined the growing numbers of consumers who choose to save money by trading and bartering books, DVDs, CDs and video games with others online.
McGarry, of Orlando, was tired of losing space in his...
| Feb 16, 2011
If it weren't for Lillian Kandel at St. Francis Hospital, the University of Connecticut wouldn't have the $50 million it needed for a sports complex, and the St. Francis Hospital Foundation wouldn't have its president. In fact, who knows what Paul...
| Mar 26, 2012
| 6:15 PM
The state of Indiana lost some ground in their battle with IBM Monday.
A judge dismissed 17 of the state's claims against IBM, including one that would have awarded the state triple damages.
Indiana is suing the company for the $437 million it paid...
| Apr 3, 2012
| 3:42 PM
Closing arguments were heard, Tuesday, in the dueling lawsuits between the state and IBM.
The state sued IBM for $437 million it paid the company as part of an overhaul of the welfare intake system.
Governor Mitch Daniels pulled the plug after less than...
| Sep 14, 2011
| 2:49 PM
The computer that wowed America by competing on the game show Jeopardy is now being called a game changer for health care.
"Watson" is IBM's massive computer capable of analyzing 200 million pages of data and answering questions in less than three...
| Jul 11, 2012
| 9:45 PM
| Jul 18, 2012
| 7:13 AM
The bitter legal dispute between the state of Indiana and IBM came to a head Wednesday, when a Marion County judge ruled in favor of IBM. The state is now on the hook for an additional $12 million after cancelling a contract to modernize the state’s...
| Feb 13, 2012
| 3:08 PM
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Monday that Governor Daniels cannot be forced to testify over the state's canceled contract with IBM.
Daniels canceled a state contract with IBM to process welfare applications. The contract was worth nearly $1.4 billion....