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Ellison, Oracle's chief executive, added star power but no fireworks to a copyright infringement trial pitting his company against its rival SAP. He instead testified on Monday in Federal District Court about the unglamorous issue of licensing fees,
Recruiting a professional manager with the experience and resolve to tackle Jefferson County's problems is the most important task facing a new county commission that takes office this week, its members say. "We need to go recruit -- and I use the
Lawyers challenging Jefferson County's new occupational tax and business license fee asked a judge Friday to strike the levies down, while the county's lawyers said the tax and fees are valid and the legal arguments against them are "nitpicking."
Circuit Judge Charles Price could rule as early as next week to either uphold or declare unconstitutional the Aug. 14, 2009, law reinstating the county's right to levy an occupational tax and a business license fee...The new levies replaced the
California voters choosing between two veteran politicians and two ex-CEOs in the races for governor and U.S. Senate are anxious about the economy and not happy with the government. An Associated Press analysis of preliminary exit poll results and
A judge is expected to rule this month on taxpayers' request to strike down Jefferson County's new occupational tax and business license fee and the county's request to uphold a key funding source. The final brief on the dueling summary judgment
State Parks Foundation. "It would be tragic to lose them and not protect them. "These are the places that make California California." Vehicle fee gains support Goldstein and a wide coalition of interests believe they have a solution for California's
For California's 278 state parks, that heritage is becoming an iffy proposition. Amid a sagging economy and chronic state budget deficit, California's parks like other state park systems across the nation are at a critical financial crossroads.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court plans to take up a lawsuit challenging the transfer to the state's general fund of license fee revenue collected by boards and commissions. The lawsuit by Oklahoma City attorney Jerry Fent alleges laws requiring revenue to
The fees paid by the 500 Club for its relocation next year to a shopping center at Shaw and Willow avenues will escalate on a graduated basis until it reaches its peak in seven years. Most of the revenue is from a "license fee," which will grow from