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Square Feet Parts of a Pretzel Empire Are for Sale in Amish Country Laura Pedrick for The New York Times This restored commercial building is of the sites the Beilers are putting up for auction...Since 1988, philanthropy and a highly successful brand
Video The appointment marks an attempt by Twitter to unlock another stream of revenue, at a time when it is seen as a likely candidate to go public within the next year. While few retailers have found widespread success with selling goods through
Michael Rapino, the chief executive of Live Nation Entertainment, has sold $11.7 million of stock in the company in recent days, representing about 38 percent of his direct holdings, the company revealed in a regulatory filing late Tuesday. The sales,
While the company has not announced its plans yet, Mr. Hubbard is expected to be out as early as this week, according to these people, who spoke on the condition that they not be named because the plans were private. A spokeswoman for Live Nation
Airlines and holiday websites are charging travellers up to 160 for minor amendments to tickets Airlines and holiday websites are taking advantage of travellers by charging as much as 160 for even minor amendments to tickets.
Former National Bank chairman John Anderson concluded Timaru businessman Allan Hubbard had misled investors in his tangled affairs, in a report written shortly before Hubbard's death in a car accident in September 2011. The report by Anderson and
January 07, 2013 The beginning of 2013 marked the completion of some 16,000 sets of the newly released “L. Ron Hubbard Series” being made available to libraries across the United States...Ron Hubbard’s birth is a complete biographical
Ky. (AP) A former Kentucky congressman whose political career ended in scandal some 20 years ago is attracting big money from donors who want to help him win a seat in the state Senate where he began a tumultuous trek in 1968. Democrat Carroll
Glenn Hubbard, the dean of the Columbia Business School and adviser to Mitt Romney, has been straddling the sometimes shaky line between academia and politics. Ali Velshi, the CNN anchor, staring into the camera, his voice booming with incredulity
A Western Australian couple has lost a High Court case over the dissolution of a farm partnership in Canterbury where late businessman Allan Hubbard's idiosyncratic record keeping made it difficult to prove what the partners had actually agreed to.