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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen his position at a mid-size bank was eliminated during the economic doldrums of the early 1990s, Richard Coss Jr. reacted by striking out on his own as a consultant. Even with a knack for numbers and a Duke University MBA, it still took him more than...
Tags: Unemployment, Wages and Pensions, Maryland, Death, Employees
Courant TV CriticIt's the reality shows that are bunching up at the top of the ratings. But networks continue to show hope for scripted shows - especially at this time of year. Pilot episodes for more than 100 proposed new series are being completed this month as part...
Sun National StaffNACOGDOCHES, Texas - As soon as NASA learned that debris from the space shuttle was raining down on this East Texas town, it quickly enlisted the academics at Stephen F. Austin University to precisely plot the location of every piece - data that will be...
Tags: Geography, Gaming, Rocketry, Atlantic Ocean, Bill Clinton
Sun StaffOn the second Wednesday of 2004, Michael Phelps took his first solo business trip. Taking direction from a crew filming a commercial in Malibu, he splashed in the Pacific. Then Phelps hustled back across the country for a brief stop at his Rodgers Forge...
Sun StaffSecond of three articles Venture capitalist Steve Gorlin planted himself in a classroom at the Johns Hopkins University's medical school and listened for two days as, one after another, nearly a dozen top researchers pitched ideas and promoted...
SunSpot StaffJohn Fini is the Executive Director for Technology Initiatives at the Emerging Technology Center, an incubator for tech start-ups in Canton. SunSpot caught up with him recently to discuss surviving the current trough of venture funding while waiting for...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush says he wants the Iraqi people to pick their future leaders. But one man in particular, Ahmad Chalabi, has gotten a major boost from the United States in the scramble for power in postwar Iraq. Other would-be political players...
Tags: U.S. Military, Democracy, Trent Lott, Philosophy, Family
Sun StaffThe fall of Saddam Hussein's brutal dictatorship strips Iraq of a heavy blanket of oppression that has endured for a generation. The future of this country depends on what has been hiding beneath that blanket. In the best-case scenario, the blanket is...
Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass.There was a sense of sorrow in the crowd gathered Saturday in front of the Yarmouth Police Department, but also a sense of resolve. The police department organized what turned out to be a 190-motorcycle ride across the Cape to honor the strength of...
Photographers, it's time to take your best shots for Orlando's annual Historic Preservation Board calendar. The board has produced this generously sized, black-and-white beauty since 1991 to raise awareness about Orlando's historic resources — our...
The Philadelphia InquirerCharles Siegel, 89, of Bryn Mawr, a decorated World War II pilot and merchandiser for 32 years with the former John Wanamaker department-store chain, died Thursday, May 16, of advanced age at his home. In April 1956, Mr. Siegel was hired as a buyer by...
Tags: Wanamakers, Macy's, Culture, Judaism, Sociology
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