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The darlings of cautious investors are sitting on the edge of the "fiscal cliff" and feeling twinges of tax anxiety. Much to the surprise of some investors, dividend-paying stocks — sleepy investments like utilities — along with real...
America is marching toward the fiscal cliff, and investors are on alert for the consequences of plunging from the peak. Re-elected President Barack Obama and congressional leaders must decide in the next 54 days whether they are willing to ignore their...
It's a tidy coincidence that Jackie Lacey, newly elected as Los Angeles County's first female and first African American district attorney, is a graduate of the city's Susan Miller Dorsey High School, named for L.A.'s first female schools superintendent....
The stock market has surprised investors with an unusually strong surge, even enticing individuals to throw billions into the stock funds they've feared for years. But is the enthusiasm for stocks due to an economy that is greatly stronger? Actually,...
A stay-at-home dad, offended by a television commercial that made dads look like dummies, has used social media — the same cudgel that forced Bank of America to back off last year from plans to hike fees — to get the makers of Huggies...
The much-anticipated Chicago company of the hit Broadway musical "The Book of Mormon" has its first preview performance tonight at the Bank of America Theatre, 18 W. Monroe St. Nic Rouleau and Ben Platt star, along with Stephanie Umoh and James...
The Hartford CourantRemember the operator-assisted telephone call? Way before Skype, FaceTime and voice-over-Internet phone systems, people often used an operator for person-to-person, international and third-party calls — even calls made from pay phones. Operator-...
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When President Obama signed the "fiscal cliff" legislation, the middle class wasn't the only group saved from tax hikes. The new law, which rescinded the automatic tax increases and spending cuts that would have gone into effect beginning Jan. 1,...
The identifying characteristic of progressives' syndrome, which I believe psychiatrists have been following since the Truman administration, is their defensiveness about their own policies when they're challenged by Big Business and other stalwarts of the...
I noticed a moving truck outside the old St. Alphonsus parochial school in the west side of downtown Baltimore on Saratoga Street. Someone was moving into an apartment in this Victorian building, once home to a school that made a a valiant attempt to...
With the urgency of the "fiscal cliff" behind the nation and the earnings hurdle for companies low, investors have pushed the stock market close to the high that occurred before the financial crisis. The Standard & Poor's 500 closed the week at 1472,...
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