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  • Councillor Josh Matlow called the Star's analysis "ridiculous."

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Matlow smilingly but sincerely called the Star's analysis "ridiculous."

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • The Star's editorial | Cautious military approach in Libya is the right call The Star's editorial | Next KC mayor must help get public housing out of limbo The Star's editorial | Protect Missouri's minimum-wage law from meddling GOP The Star's editorial | Supreme Court made right call on church's funeral protests Bernard Schoenburg: Schock helps boost Dem Mendoza to higher office Jon K.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Lone Star's qualification to hold the 51% stake in the South Korean lender is the pivotal issue for the transaction and has been a stumbling block in the U.S. fund's earlier attempts to offload its 2003 investment.

    Hana-KEB Deal Doubts Rise

  • Oral arguments on Star's appeal were heard by a three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals in January.

    Star Scientific's Patents Confirmed

  • Jurors ruled that R.J. Reynolds didn't infringe on Star's patent and that the patent was invalid.

    Star Scientific's Patents Confirmed

  • In June of that year, a jury in Baltimore rejected Star's allegations that R.J. Reynolds encouraged its farmers to practice the company's curing invention without permission.

    Star Scientific's Patents Confirmed

  • In late 2009, a judge affirmed a federal jury's earlier ruling that R.J. Reynolds didn't infringe on Star's patent for a method of curing tobacco that reduces some toxins in the end product.

    Star Scientific's Patents Confirmed

  • Ekstrum declined to comment on the Star's story and refused to elaborate on any details of the memos when reached at his home Thursday by The Associated Press.

    Firefighter refused call to Giffords shooting

  • And hit songs like the Supremes' "Love Child" (1968), the Temptations' "Ball of Confusion" (1970) and Edwin Star's "War" (1970) had abstractly addressed poverty, children born out of wedlock and the brutality of war.

    When Marvin Broke Pattern

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