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Imagine being assessed incorrectly by your community association. Do you have to cover unpaid dues as a result? And what happens when fewer people run than seats available for election on the board, does every candidate automatically win? These are...
Staff WriterIs the person who disseminated emails that some say show violations of open meetings laws a criminal or a whistleblower? Some say it is the latter. The Imperial Irrigation District views the theft and dissemination of thousands of emails belonging to IID...
Tags: Theft, Board of Directors, Criminals, Lawyers, Justice System
Tribune staff reporterMark Hoplamazian was a freshly minted MBA graduate when consummate dealmaker Jay Pritzker hired him to work on new investments and acquisitions in 1989. Almost immediately, the 25-year-old grandson of Armenian Christian immigrants found himself in an...
Special to the TribuneLaurel Bellows began her career as a trial attorney 37 years ago, showing up at her first job ready to meet her new corporate clients. But her boss, who would later become her husband, gave her a different assignment, one that laid the groundwork for...
Tags: Michael Gordon, Motorola, Inc., Adobo Grill, Feminism, Judges
Tribune reportersWhile contributions and ticket sale revenues reached an all-time high at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 2012, the boost was not enough to keep the orchestra from running an operating shortfall for the second year in a row, according to documents...
Tags: New York City, Music, Politics, Pilsen, Yo-Yo Ma
Baby cereal, taco shells, sugar: Each of these is derived from a major agricultural crop - rice, corn, sugar beets - and each has been entangled in the controversy of whether genetically modified (GM) foods are safe to eat. Whether or not this is a...
Tags: Marine Science, Politics, Agriculture, Human Rights, Ecosystems
Pierre - South Dakota's existing wind projects represent only a tiny fraction of the potential energy that could be derived from wind in the state. With a world class wind resource ranking in the top five states in the nation, South Dakota and the...
TALLAHASSEE – It's time everyone meet the new Gov. Rick Scott, the softer, family-friendlier version who cares about the poor, public schools and state workers. Florida voters are going to get a lot of opportunity to be reintroduced to the...
Channel 2 NewsThe CEO and President of the Calista Native Corporation was at his desk working on Wednesday afternoon, after more than three months of administrative leave. The reasons why the Calista board of directors sidelined Andrew Guy remain a mystery. In...
Channel 2 NewsThe president and CEO of the Calista Native Corp., Andrew Guy, has been on administrative leave since mid-July. But it appears his fortunes could change this week, after new members were elected to the corporation’s board of directors at Calista&...
Check out festivals and events in October across the state. View events this coming weekend, or view the whole month's offerings by region below: Coming up this week Through Nov. 12: Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, Walt Disney World. The...
Dozens of Calista Native Corporation shareholders tried to be heard at the corporation’s quarterly board meeting in Anchorage on Wednesday morning. They came in protest of the board’s decision to sideline its president and CEO, Andrew Guy,...
Tags: Litigation, Trials
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