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August 7, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Monday Earnings: Delphi Corp. Dynegy Inc., Priceline.com Inc., Visteon Corp. Tuesday Second-quarter productivity June wholesale inventories Federal Reserve interest rate meeting Earnings: Cablevision Systems Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., Walt Disney Co. Wednesday Earnings: Federated Department Stores Inc., Mittal Steel Co., Morningstar Inc. Thursday July retail sales June business inventories Earnings: Brinker International Inc., Deli Inc., Kohl's Corp.
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By From Sun news services | September 13, 2008
The Tennessee Titans called police Monday night for help searching for Vince Young because his therapist told coach Jeff Fisher the quarterback mentioned suicide several times before driving away from his home with a gun. Fisher and Young have said what happened Monday night was overblown by the media. But the supplemental report filed Tuesday by Nashville police showed that Fisher was worried about the quarterback after the call from Young's therapist. "I asked him, 'What made her worry about him?
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 11, 1998
After World War II, Holocaust survivors and relatives of victims pressed insurance claims against German and Italian companies, which denied many of them because the claimants lacked death certificates, policy numbers or other documentation.But now researchers have recovered from government and private archives documents that strengthen those claims and show how the top executives of the biggest German insurance company, Allianz AG, worked closely with the Third Reich to seize policies owned by Jews, to expand Allianz's business in conquered countries and to limit claims from riots the Nazis orchestrated to destroy Jews' property.
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 12, 2008
Young: I'm not depressed, I want to play football NFL Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young insists that he never wavered in his commitment to football. All that concern over his mental state? He said he was upset as he dealt with his first serious injury, and he didn't realize he had to tell his mother where he was going anymore. Then the media went overboard. Young spoke publicly yesterday for the first time since Titans coach Jeff Fisher called police for help in locating the quarterback Monday night because of concerns over his emotional well-being.
BUSINESS
By Minneapolis Star Tribune | May 9, 2007
MINNEAPOLIS -- A group of state regulators and a top industry watchdog are backing a new rule that would provide uniform protection to people who buy annuities. The NASD, a self-regulating organization that oversees broker-dealers, along with insurance commissioners from Minnesota, North Dakota and Iowa issued a joint statement yesterday calling for states to make sure that insurance companies sell only suitable annuities to their customers. Under the current system, state insurance commissioners oversee insurance agents while the NASD supervises licensed broker-dealers.
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By From Sun news services | September 13, 2008
The Tennessee Titans called police Monday night for help searching for Vince Young because his therapist told coach Jeff Fisher the quarterback mentioned suicide several times before driving away from his home with a gun. Fisher and Young have said what happened Monday night was overblown by the media. But the supplemental report filed Tuesday by Nashville police showed that Fisher was worried about the quarterback after the call from Young's therapist. "I asked him, 'What made her worry about him?
BUSINESS
By JANET KIDD STEWART | March 20, 2005
Why do we do what we hate? As in the biblical conundrum posed in the Apostle Paul's Letter to the Romans, where he questions why we sin even though we don't want to, investors seem to know how they want to manage their money but often do quite the opposite. Roper Public Affairs polled 1,001 Americans in October about their financial values - with a supplemental sampling of 1,275 Asian-Americans, African-Americans and Hispanics - for Allianz Life Insurance of North America. In the study, Asian-Americans and Hispanics placed a higher priority on education, while African-Americans worried more about paying down debt than the general population.
BUSINESS
By Kara McGuire and Kara McGuire,McClatchy-Tribune | August 27, 2006
MINNEAPOLIS -- Gladys Karhu used to put her soft-drink cans aside so the woman who collected them in her St. Paul neighborhood wouldn't have to pick them out of her garbage. Say the term "bag lady," and an image of that woman comes to Karhu's mind. A 76-year-old retired hospice nurse, Karhu and her husband have a small pension, Social Security and retirement funds. Nevertheless, Karhu wonders whether one day she'll need to pick up cans for cash. "Will the money we have put away last until we no longer need to worry about it?"
NEWS
March 7, 2004
SpringFest Business Fair set for Saturday The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual SpringFest Business Fair from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at TownMall of Westminster. More than 70 exhibitors will represent countywide banking services, retail, energy, education, nonprofits and more. Entertainment will be offered on three stages through the day, including the Westminster Municipal Band, Roger Lindsay's magic, Hotdog the Clown, Merritt Dance Academy, aerobics and karate demonstrations, an 18th-century fashion show and a Civil War dance.
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By From Sun staff and news services | September 12, 2008
Young: I'm not depressed, I want to play football NFL Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young insists that he never wavered in his commitment to football. All that concern over his mental state? He said he was upset as he dealt with his first serious injury, and he didn't realize he had to tell his mother where he was going anymore. Then the media went overboard. Young spoke publicly yesterday for the first time since Titans coach Jeff Fisher called police for help in locating the quarterback Monday night because of concerns over his emotional well-being.
BUSINESS
By Minneapolis Star Tribune | May 9, 2007
MINNEAPOLIS -- A group of state regulators and a top industry watchdog are backing a new rule that would provide uniform protection to people who buy annuities. The NASD, a self-regulating organization that oversees broker-dealers, along with insurance commissioners from Minnesota, North Dakota and Iowa issued a joint statement yesterday calling for states to make sure that insurance companies sell only suitable annuities to their customers. Under the current system, state insurance commissioners oversee insurance agents while the NASD supervises licensed broker-dealers.
BUSINESS
By Kara McGuire and Kara McGuire,McClatchy-Tribune | August 27, 2006
MINNEAPOLIS -- Gladys Karhu used to put her soft-drink cans aside so the woman who collected them in her St. Paul neighborhood wouldn't have to pick them out of her garbage. Say the term "bag lady," and an image of that woman comes to Karhu's mind. A 76-year-old retired hospice nurse, Karhu and her husband have a small pension, Social Security and retirement funds. Nevertheless, Karhu wonders whether one day she'll need to pick up cans for cash. "Will the money we have put away last until we no longer need to worry about it?"
NEWS
By NIA-MALIKA HENDERSON and NIA-MALIKA HENDERSON,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
Ralph Meyerstein, a refugee from the Holocaust who battled a German insurance company to make good on his parents' life insurance policies, died of leukemia Saturday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 85. Mr. Meyerstein was born in Dusseldorf, Germany, where he was expelled from school at the age of 16 because he was Jewish. In 1938, storm troopers ransacked his family's home, throwing their possessions out the windows during Kristallnacht, the "Night of Broken Glass."
BUSINESS
August 7, 2005
A weekly briefing on the economic calendar Monday Earnings: Delphi Corp. Dynegy Inc., Priceline.com Inc., Visteon Corp. Tuesday Second-quarter productivity June wholesale inventories Federal Reserve interest rate meeting Earnings: Cablevision Systems Corp., Cisco Systems Inc., Walt Disney Co. Wednesday Earnings: Federated Department Stores Inc., Mittal Steel Co., Morningstar Inc. Thursday July retail sales June business inventories Earnings: Brinker International Inc., Deli Inc., Kohl's Corp.
BUSINESS
By JANET KIDD STEWART | March 20, 2005
Why do we do what we hate? As in the biblical conundrum posed in the Apostle Paul's Letter to the Romans, where he questions why we sin even though we don't want to, investors seem to know how they want to manage their money but often do quite the opposite. Roper Public Affairs polled 1,001 Americans in October about their financial values - with a supplemental sampling of 1,275 Asian-Americans, African-Americans and Hispanics - for Allianz Life Insurance of North America. In the study, Asian-Americans and Hispanics placed a higher priority on education, while African-Americans worried more about paying down debt than the general population.
NEWS
March 7, 2004
SpringFest Business Fair set for Saturday The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual SpringFest Business Fair from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at TownMall of Westminster. More than 70 exhibitors will represent countywide banking services, retail, energy, education, nonprofits and more. Entertainment will be offered on three stages through the day, including the Westminster Municipal Band, Roger Lindsay's magic, Hotdog the Clown, Merritt Dance Academy, aerobics and karate demonstrations, an 18th-century fashion show and a Civil War dance.
NEWS
By NIA-MALIKA HENDERSON and NIA-MALIKA HENDERSON,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
Ralph Meyerstein, a refugee from the Holocaust who battled a German insurance company to make good on his parents' life insurance policies, died of leukemia Saturday at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 85. Mr. Meyerstein was born in Dusseldorf, Germany, where he was expelled from school at the age of 16 because he was Jewish. In 1938, storm troopers ransacked his family's home, throwing their possessions out the windows during Kristallnacht, the "Night of Broken Glass."
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 11, 1998
After World War II, Holocaust survivors and relatives of victims pressed insurance claims against German and Italian companies, which denied many of them because the claimants lacked death certificates, policy numbers or other documentation.But now researchers have recovered from government and private archives documents that strengthen those claims and show how the top executives of the biggest German insurance company, Allianz AG, worked closely with the Third Reich to seize policies owned by Jews, to expand Allianz's business in conquered countries and to limit claims from riots the Nazis orchestrated to destroy Jews' property.
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