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Special to The TimesUnlike many of American golf's established hotbeds, Southern California has seen a great deal of history played out over its private and public courses, giving even the humblest muni player numerous opportunities to walk, literally, in the footsteps of...
Chicago TribuneMonday: -- Third-quarter current account balance -- Earnings: ACI Worldwide Inc.; Adobe Systems Inc.; Spartech Corp. Tuesday: -- November housing starts -- Earnings: Applied Signal Technology Inc.; Best Buy Co.; Darden Restaurants Inc.; FactSet...
The SwampGood morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Wednesday, September 17. President Bush is meeting with Panamanian President Martin Torrijos. The Business Roundtable is speaking on American competitiveness, led by Chairman Harold McGraw III...
The Swampby Jim Puzzanghera and E. Scott Reckard Today is judgment day for the country's biggest banks as the government releases results of "stress tests" to gauge their stability, but Wall Street celebrated a day early after concluding that there would......
Spin CycleThe purpose and significance, if any, are unclear, but Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's office has scooped up records at the state comptroller's office that Ken Lovett at the Daily News describes as covering "companies that have won state contracts using.....
Sun StaffIf the story of the electronic book became a Hollywood flick, it would probably be called "The Gizmo That Wouldn't Die." Two years after making its splashy debut, the device once hyped as the paperback's worst nightmare has turned out to be a...
BUSHNELL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Oct. 16 - Fleet Showcase: Dee Dee Bridgewater. 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $26-$38. Belding Theater. Nov. 15 - Accenture Jazz Series: Eliane Elias Trio. 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $26 and $36. Belding Theater. Dec. 8 -...
Courant Staff WriterThe Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts has taken a triumphant giant step into the new millennium with the completion of its $45 million building project, including its handsome 907-seat Belding Theater and the smaller but also classy Autorino Great...
Tribune staff reporterThe once-mighty empire of accounting firm Andersen that spanned 84 countries and included 85,000 employees has been reduced to 150 acres and 150 employees in west suburban St. Charles. Andersen's former training center, located along the Fox River, is...
Tribune senior correspondentTaking the steep escalator up from the lobby of the Andersen accounting firm's Chicago headquarters recently, former partner Susan Gallagher glanced to the left into the offices of the once-bustling tax practice. Not even the lights were on. Few...
Last of four parts This series was reported by Delroy Alexander, Greg Burns, Robert Manor, Flynn McRoberts and E.A. Torriero. It was written by McRoberts. A biting late-winter rain soaked the coats of Andersen's top partners and their lawyers as the...
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