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  • Village Super Market posts 3Q profit Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 | 8:54 AM ET

    SPRINGFIELD, N.J. _ Village Super Market Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal third-quarter earnings of $13.2 million. Village Super Market shares have increased 18 percent since the beginning of the year. Keywords: Village Super Market, Earnings Report.

  • LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla., June 2- Differences emerged on Tuesday among Republican rivals for the 2016 presidential nomination at a forum where it was clear that Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio will face some competition in Florida despite their home-state edge. The fact that seven Republican candidates or potential candidates spoke at Florida Governor Rick Scott's "...

  • Health care enrollments by state Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 5:02 PM ET

    Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

  • Ascena Retail misses Street 3Q forecasts Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 4:12 PM ET

    MAHWAH, N.J. _ Ascena Retail Group Inc. on Tuesday reported fiscal third-quarter net income of $24.4 million. Ascena Retail expects full-year earnings in the range of 70 cents to 75 cents per share. Ascena Retail shares have risen 16 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • HARTFORD, Conn.— A former insurance broker has pleaded guilty to fraud for stealing more than $10 million from Aetna Inc., by failing to submit health insurance premiums paid by Rutgers University in New Jersey. Fifty-nine-year-old Bonney Hebert of Killington, Vermont, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Hartford, Connecticut, to wire fraud and another...

  • House panel uses war funds to skirt budget limits Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 1:08 PM ET

    The move came over the opposition of Democrats and the White House, who argue that domestic programs deserve equal treatment. The Appropriations Committee action came as it approved a $579 billion Pentagon spending bill that would fund a 2.3 percent pay increase for the military and add new money to boost air reconnaissance. The sweeping Pentagon funding...

  • Ex-Domino's chief Brandon to take reins at Toys R Us Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 11:53 AM ET

    The privately held toy retailer said Tuesday that David Brandon will take over from Antonio Urcelay on July 1. The 63- year-old Brandon is the former chairman and CEO of Domino's Pizza, and helped that company with its initial public offering. The Wayne, New Jersey, company went private in 2005 when it was acquired by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts& Co., Bain Capital Inc....

  • Judge dismisses gamblers' $3M lawsuit against Foxwoods Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 11:05 AM ET

    NEW HAVEN, Conn.— Three gamblers from China including a woman known as the "Queen of Sorts" for her card-monitoring skills have lost a legal challenge to reclaim nearly $3 million in winnings and deposits they say were kept by Foxwoods Resort Casino based on false cheating allegations. Chinese nationals Cheung Yin Sun of Las Vegas and Long Mei Fang and Zong Yang Li...

  • In contrast to census data on how many people with disabilities hold jobs, the survey being released Wednesday by the Kessler Foundation goes further by exploring the experience of finding and keeping a job. There was always this sense of doom and gloom, "said Andrew Houtenville, director of research at the University of New Hampshire Institute of Disability.

  • Greece must repay four loans totaling 1.6 billion euros to the International Monetary Fund this month, starting with a 300 million euro payment on June 5. The leaders of Germany, France and Greece's international creditors agreed late on Monday to work with "real intensity" as they try to reach a deal that would prevent a default. "Stocks have been trying to break...

  • ALBANY, N.Y.— With new competition looming, a New York Indian tribe is expanding its gambling business with a small "The Wizard of Oz"- themed casino in a strip mall near Syracuse. The Yellow Brick Road Casino on Indian land near a Chittenango grocery store is modest compared with the Oneidas' sprawling Turning Stone Resort Casino some 20 miles east.

  • "This is a money-making crime," said Chief Joseph Fox, commander of the New York Police Department's Transit Bureau. In California, thieves removed copper from San Francisco's BART rail system in Oakland, San Francisco and San Mateo counties on a single weekend in 2011. In Washington state in 2013, a man clipped 70,000 pounds of copper wire from the light rail...

  • NEWARK, N.J.— Jurors are expected to hear testimony this week in a lawsuit that claims a nonprofit violated state consumer fraud laws when it offered treatment it said would turn gays into heterosexuals by, among other methods, having them spend more time naked with their fathers. The lawsuit against Jersey City- based Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing,...

  • ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— Celebrity chef Jose Garces has been chosen to manage the food and drinks at The Playground, the oceanfront Atlantic City pier being redeveloped by a Philadelphia developer. Bart Blatstein's Tower Investments announced Monday that Garces Events will provide food and beverage offerings for all the restaurants at T Street, one portion of the...

  • TRENTON, N.J.— New Jersey lawmakers have introduced a bill that would let voters decide whether to allow three new casinos in the northern part of the state just outside New York City. The bill introduced Monday would schedule a referendum in which voters would be asked to approve up to three casinos in Bergen, Essex or Hudson counties. The bill comes as Hard Rock...

  • NEW YORK, June 1- Medicare, the government-run health insurance program for elderly and disabled Americans, paid physicians $90 billion in 2013, up 17 percent from $77 billion in 2012, U.S. healthcare officials reported on Monday. Physician payments accounted for less than one-fifth of Medicare's 2013 net outlays of $492 billion, which rose from $466 billion...

  • NEW YORK, June 1- Here's a little marital tip: When financial experts say couples should compromise on absolutely everything, there are times when you just need to split hairs. For instance, just try to tell your spouse how much he or she should spend on getting their hair done. Indeed, financial arguments are by far the No. 1 one predictor of divorce, according to...

  • ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— A company that wants to build windmills off the coast of Atlantic City will take its case to the New Jersey Supreme Court following an appellate court's rejection of the plan. "The court deferred to the Board of Public Utilities' judgment that our proposed Chinese partner did not have English-language financials," he said.

  • FEMA begins reviewing Sandy flood insurance claims Friday, 29 May 2015 | 1:00 PM ET

    FEMA said in a statement the agency is mailing letters to about 142,000 National Flood Insurance Protection policyholders. The development comes after FEMA announced plans to set up a review process in March and as some homeowners allege insurance companies unfairly assessed damage after the October 2012 storm that killed 71 people in New Jersey and 68 in...

  • ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.— Here's another sign of how concerned Stockton University is about its unsuccessful effort to convert a former casino into a satellite campus: It is writing to 2,200 prospective students assuring them the failed deal won't adversely affect tuition rates or housing availability. "A few months ago, when Stockton University purchased the...