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  • All-Star Lawyer Goes to Bat for Dodger Fans

    All-Star Lawyer Goes to Bat for Dodger Fans
    A funny thing happened on the way to Tom Girardi’s Major League Baseball career. He was riding the bus to Albuquerque with dreams of joining a farm club and making it to the big leagues. The bus pulled into a parking lot at a diner, and Girardi went...
  • A World-Class Law Firm With Unsurpassed Results

    A World-Class Law Firm With Unsurpassed Results
    When Thomas V. Girardi opened the doors of The Girardi Firm in downtown Los Angeles in 1965, he had a vision of building a law firm that would help anyone who had been injured by providing excellent counsel and a willingness to go to court to help them...
  • The business behind UCF basketball

    The business behind UCF basketball
    UCF basketball's historic first appearance in the Top 25 this week is more than a source of bragging rights for the team, its boosters and fans. The national ranking couldn't come at a better time for the business behind the basketball. The University...
  • Suzanne Malveaux helps run 'CNN Newsroom' weekdays

    If you don't believe upward mobility is still alive in the workplace, try convincing Suzanne Malveaux. In the same way her CNN colleague Candy Crowley came off a reporter's beat after many years to assume an anchor role (in Crowley's case, with the...
  • Gates Foundation to improve child vaccines in China

    Gates Foundation to improve child vaccines in China
    The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is helping partners in China improve child vaccines, roll out faster TB detection kits and make higher-yielding rice which it hopes can be used later in other parts of the world. Ray Yip, the foundation's chief...
  • Panel investigating Penn State allegations to speak Monday

    Panel investigating Penn State allegations to speak Monday
    A special committee formed by Penn State trustees to investigate the university's actions after reports of child sex abuse by a former football coach said it will hold a news conference Monday in connection with its investigation. The special committee...
  • Dogs get the flu, too

    Dogs get the flu, too
    Fido needs a flu shot. During this busy holiday season, as more pooches go to "doggie motels" while their owners travel, vets are increasingly offering vaccinations against a relatively new strain of canine influenza that induces coughing fits, fever,...
  • McTirement: McDonald's CEO calls it a career

    McTirement: McDonald's CEO calls it a career
    McDonald'sCEO Jim Skinner, who is credited with turning the fast food giant around, is retiring. His successor, company president Don Thompson, will become one of a small group of African-American CEOs at a major company. Skinner, 67, will retire...
  • McDonald's CEO retires

    McDonald's CEO retires
    McDonald's  CEO Jim Skinner, who is credited with turning the fast food giant around, is retiring. His successor, company president Don Thompson, will become one of a small group of African-American CEOs at a major company. Skinner, 67, will retire...
  • Naming rights still elusive for UCF Arena

    Naming rights still elusive for UCF Arena
    At the end of last year, things were looking up for the business that feeds off UCF sports. The football team was fresh off a Conference USA title. The basketball team was on a 14-game winning streak. All of those victory vibes had university financial...
  • Controversy Surrounds Perry's Executive Order for HPV Vaccine

    Controversy Surrounds Perry's Executive Order for HPV Vaccine
    GovernorRick Perry came under fire for a 2007 Executive Order he issued to have preteens vaccinated for HPV. Wednesday morning, Perry met with more than 8,000 students at Virginia's Liberty University, the world's largest Christian university....
  • Hovering Parents Impede Kids' Activity?

    Hovering Parents Impede Kids' Activity?
    Back Off, Mom. Parents Who Hover Impede Kids' Activity (Source: Time.com) Parents, if you want your kids to get more exercise, you'd be wise to get out of their way. In a new study, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, researchers...