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Tribune staff reportersAngered by Tribune editorials, Gov. Rod Blagojevich tried to get members of the paper's editorial board fired, promising in exchange to support lucrative state financial assistance in the sale of Wrigley Field -- part of the cash-strapped parent company's...
Of The Morning CallPPL Corp. does not expect Pennsylvania to change the deregulation rules that are helping the company reap record profits even as its utility customers brace for an unprecedented rate hike. "Long story short, I just don't currently have any reason to...
Of The Morning CallPPL Corp.'s 2010 electricity rate hike will be even higher than 30 percent, if predictions the Allentown company's top executives shared with investors this month prove to be accurate. In August, PPL told state regulators the average bill could go up...
The SwampDisgraced financier Bernard Madoff enters a federal court in New York City on March 12, 2009. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images) by Frank James Physicians get to bury their mistakes, it's said. And federal regulators get to see theirs......
Sun StaffState pension trustees stepped up criticism of the system's staff yesterday, disavowing the top investment official's assertion that the firing of an indicted money manager was "not in our purview." Comptroller William Donald Schaefer, chairman of the...
Tribune staff reportersAs construction at Soldier Field advances, a Tribune analysis of the $632 million project shows that the public bill for the stadium renovation is higher than city officials have said it would be while benefits to taxpayers--in terms of promised...
Sun StaffWithout an advance of state funds to cover the Baltimore public schools' cash flow problem - one so great that it threatens to bankrupt the system - a deal brokered over the weekend to ease the system's $58 million deficit will not happen, sources close...
From Wire ReportsBEIJING - Global health officials warned travelers yesterday to avoid Beijing and Toronto, where they might contract the SARS virus and export it to new locations. Toronto, the first location outside of Asia targeted in efforts to contain the disease,...
Tribune staff reporterAlready under fire from Wall Street, Baxter International Inc. again jarred investors Thursday, saying it would restate more than three years of financial results and fire two executives because of accounting irregularities. The disclosure, combined with...
Sun StaffA prominent Wall Street bond rating agency improved its opinion of Baltimore's financial outlook yesterday, just a year after raising concerns about what it considered a risky gamble by the city to engineer a $42 million bailout of the public school...
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