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  • "Ask your insurance company to investigate the accuracy of any charges you are suspicious of," says Holly Knapp , a Loveland, Colo.-based medical-billing advocate.

    How to Fight a Bogus Bill

  • The Milwaukee -based company's profits and orders for new equipment and service have been improving in recent quarters on rising prices for mined commodities, such as coal, iron ore and copper.

    Joy Global Profit Rises 34%

  • He's receiving that recognition at the Oscar Wilde party, a pre-Academy Awards event hosted each year in Los Angeles by the Arlington, Va.-based U.S.

    Oscars 2011: At Oscar Wilde Party, Paul Rudd to be feted by the Irish

  • Brown worked for Lee Bentley Farkas, who was the former CEO and chairman of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker, an Ocala, Fla.-based company that was once one of the nation's largest privately held mortgage companies.

    Guilty plea in financial fraud scheme

  • The Mountain View, Calif.-based company rolled out a recipe search function today, which will instantly compete with services such as Foodily, Taste Book and other online search tools.

    Google's recipe search is still a work in progess

  • Bruce McLean , the chairman of Washington, D.C.,-based Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, said that if the trend continues, firms will have to find a new solution, perhaps a new billing model or intensive training programs similar to those in the U.K., where prospective solicitors take a one-year course on legal practice followed by an apprenticeship.

    What's A First-Year Lawyer Worth?

  • Lastly we used two housing-centric data points in our methodology. , a Cary, N.C.-based real estate research firm, provided us with their 12-month home price outlooks for these metros. , a Jacksonville, Fla.-based mortgage research company that releases a monthly foreclosure report, supplied the percentage of mortgage loans currently delinquent by 90 days or more.

    Cities Where Economies Are Getting Worse

  • Between 1989 and 1999, U.S. -based multinationals, both financial and nonfinancial, added 4.4 million workers in the U.S. and 2.7 million workers overseas.

    U.S. Firms Keen to Add Foreign Jobs

  • The Fort Worth, Texas,-based airline's workers took some $1.8 billion in concessions in 2003 to help the airline avoid Chapter 11 at that time, and pilots say they are still working under 1993 pay rates.

    AMR, Union Plan to Return to Talks

  • Farkas allegedly ran the fraud scheme starting in 2002 until 2009 as chairman of Taylor Bean, an Ocala, Fla.-based company that was once one of the nation's largest privately held mortgage companies.

    Guilty plea in financial fraud scheme

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