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The American Assn. of Publishers and Google announced that they have reached an agreement in the Google Books scanning case, filed almost seven years ago. The agreement need not be ratified by a judge to be implemented. The publishers involved in the...
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Edmund Pillsbury Ex-chief of Fort Worth art museum Edmund Pillsbury, 66, who turned Fort Worth's Kimbell Art Museum into a world-renowned institution during his 18 years as director, died Thursday, according to the Kaufman County Sheriff's Department....
Reports: Employment cost index for first quarter, 7:30 a.m.; Case-Schiller 20-city home-price index for February, 8 a.m.; Chicago PMI for April, 8:45 a.m.; Consumer confidence for April, 9 a.m.; State Street investor confidence index for April, 9 a.m....
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government is accusing the debt rating agency Standard & Poor's of fraud for giving high ratings to risky mortgage bonds that helped bring about the financial crisis. The government filed a civil complaint late Monday...
VarietyGoogle and the Association of American Publishers Thursday ended seven years of bitter litigation with a settlement over the search giant's use of copyrighted books in its Google Library project. The deal will provide access to publishers' in-copyright...
SAN DIEGO -- San Diego's KGTV, Channel 10, is for sale, the ABC affiliate's parent corporation announced Tuesday. The McGraw-Hill Cos. said it plans to find a buyer for all nine of its television stations. "The television stations in the group are in...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: What are the prospects for my shares of Northrop Grumman Corp.? They've been great in the past. Can they keep going? --N.L., via the Internet A: The big defense contractor understandably wants as diversified a portfolio of military projects as...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: What's up with Citigroup Inc.? I had expected more from this stock. -- R.R., via the Internet A: With its traditional umbrella symbol recently replaced by a red arc over "Citi" in advertisements, the international financial-services giant is seeking a...
Associated PressWASHINGTON - The price of oil gyrated yesterday after the federal government released data that showed a growing domestic supply of gasoline and other fuels, along with rising demand. July light sweet crude futures fell 97 cents to settle at $53.63 a...
STAFF WRITERWhen Mel Karmazin left as president of media giant Viacom Inc. last June, he walked away with more than $31 million. That package alone would have been enough money to make Karmazin one of the 10 highest-paid executives at publicly traded companies in...
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