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  • He says 'Bruins,' they say 'Go'

    He says 'Bruins,' they say 'Go'
    The world's oldest living cheerleader knows he can not only inspire, but irritate. He knows his corny chants can grate on every man, woman and child. He knows there are folks who wish he would just sit down and shut up. But until recently, he never quite...
  • Morgan Stanley's Farcical Facebook Settlement

    Morgan Stanley's Farcical Facebook Settlement
    Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin this week accused Morgan Stanley of breaking the law as lead underwriter in Facebook Inc.’s initial public offering, triggering a $5 million fine. What had Morgan Stanley done wrong? The...
  • So far, so good for Crescent Bay Advisors

    So far, so good for Crescent Bay Advisors
    Peaking at the right time. That's what Crescent Bay Advisors did to win the Laguna Beach Little League AAA division postseason tournament. CBA took the division's top-seed into the Little League District 55 Tournament of Champions, and has won its...
  • Wildlife Conservation Society and Morgan Stanley Graduate First-Ever Class of "Future Leaders"

    The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Morgan Stanley will honor the first-ever graduates of the Future Leaders program – an innovative workforce development initiative organized for underserved teens and young adults at the Bronx Zoo that...
  • Hobie gets job done against Sportsworld

    Hobie collected its 11th win of the season by defeating Sportsworld, 5-1, Wednesday in a Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division game at Riddle Field. Jack Wills started the game for Hobie and allowed one hit and no runs in 2 2/3 innings. Jack...
  • Travelers CEO Elected To Chair NYC Ballet

     Travelers CEO Elected To Chair NYC Ballet
    The red umbrella seems a bit like a tutu today. Chairman and CEO of The Travelers Cos., Jay Fishman, was elected to chair the board of the New York City Ballet, the largest dance organization in the U.S. announced Wednesday. Former Travelers chairman...
  • FBI Probes JPMorgan's $2 Billion Trading Loss

    FBI Probes JPMorgan's $2 Billion Trading Loss
    NEW YORK -- The director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation said Wednesday that the agency has opened an investigation into JPMorgan Chase, the nation's largest bank. "All I can say is that we have opened a preliminary investigation," Robert...
  • CBA clinches regular-season title

    With the outcome of a key AAA Division game on the line, Cooper Noriega came through for Crescent Bay Advisors. Noriega lined a two-out, 3-2 fastball out to left field for a game-winning, two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning that lifted CBA...
  • Jessica Chong cycling for the summer

    Jessica Chong is taking off the summer. For the 27-year-old Salisbury High School health and physical education teacher, that doesn't mean much. Instead of teaching and competing in triathlons, she intends to concentrate on bicycle road racing and maybe...
  • Hobie keeps on rolling in playoffs

    Hobie, which claimed the Laguna Beach Little League regular season Majors Division championship, started the division's postseason tournament Tuesday and defeated Sportsworld, 15-1, in a four-inning game at Riddle Field. Hobie scored six runs in the...
  • Former Falcon Bryan Longpre opts to retire from pro baseball

    While uncorking a pitch in June for the Lansing Lugnuts, Bryan Longpre felt a pain shoot through his right elbow. Longpre, a 2005 Crescenta Valley High graduate, had an idea that he damaged a ligament in his elbow. He continued to pitch, though the...
  • Gail MarksJarvis: Economic uncertainty to linger, even after election

    No matter who emerges victorious in the Nov. 6 election, most analysts are expecting only a short-term calm in the stock market for the remainder of this year. Investors typically cast their votes in the market based on what they imagine the newly...