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Bloomberg CEO Daniel Doctorof among new speakers added to Northside Festival lineup

bizjournals.com — Apr 16, 2014, 11:39am EDT Bloomberg CEO Daniel Doctoroff is among the latest batch of boldface names added to the lineup for this year's Northside Festival in Brooklyn, event organizers announced Wednesday.
RT @DanDoctoroff: Time to get my skinny jeans out of storage. I’ll be speaking @Northsidefest on June 12th. bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2…
RT @DanDoctoroff: Time to get my skinny jeans out of storage. I’ll be speaking @Northsidefest on June 12th. bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2…
RT @DanDoctoroff: Time to get my skinny jeans out of storage. I’ll be speaking @Northsidefest on June 12th. bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2…
RT @DanDoctoroff: Time to get my skinny jeans out of storage. I’ll be speaking @Northsidefest on June 12th. bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2…
RT @DanDoctoroff: Time to get my skinny jeans out of storage. I’ll be speaking @Northsidefest on June 12th. bizjournals.com/newyork/news/2…

Attorney: Superior execs suffered largest individual losses from failure

bizjournals.com — Former Superior Bank officers, including CEO C. Stanley Bailey, named in a lawsuit recently filed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. are denying any wrongdoing and cite the economic conditions as the reason for the bank's failure in 2011, according to a response from their attorney.
Attorney: Superior execs suffered largest individual losses from failure - bit.ly/1eYPWws
Response from the former officers and directors of Superior Bank regarding the FDIC lawsuit ow.ly/vUhsZ

Superior Bank failure prompts FDIC lawsuit

bizjournals.com — The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is suing the former CEO, executive officers and directors of Superior Bank, claiming "reckless" lending practices led to the failure of the Birmingham bank and cost the FDIC's insurance fund millions of dollars. The lawsuit, filed last week in the U.S.

How HBO captured the look of 'Silicon Valley' tech office spaces

bizjournals.com — When production designer Richard Toyon was contemplating the look of HBO's hit comedy "Silicon Valley," he knew just where to go: The corporate campuses of Facebook Inc., Google Inc., and Zynga Inc. "We weren't allowed to photograph anything, but we took a lot of mental photography," Toyon told me by phone from Los Angeles this week.
How HBO captured the look of 'Silicon Valley' offices (and the inside joke on that itty bitty car): bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2… via @svbizjournal
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Marc Benioff Salesforce CEO most influential man in San Francisco

bizjournals.com — Signing the biggest commercial lease in city history last week at the Transbay Tower didn't make Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff the single most influential person in San Francisco right now. It simply emphasized that he already is.

What history tells us about Blues-Blackhawks

bizjournals.com — With all the talk - and panic - about the St. Louis Blues' slide into the playoffs, which was caused, in part, by a string of injuries, it's easy to get bogged down in the past month or so.

Walmart partnership could be worth $100M to Euronet

bizjournals.com — A Euronet Worldwide Inc. subsidiary will soon become one of two primary money transfer providers for customers at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. The deal - struck between Wal-Mart and Euronet affiliate Ria Financial Services - could be worth $100 million for the Leawood-based firm, analysts at Avondale Partners LLC say.
@KCBizJournal:How much is a partnership with #Walmart worth to a #KC company? Try $100 million ... annually: buff.ly/P9ubD9 #KCbiz”
A subsidiary of KC’s 12th largest firm by revenue—Euronet Worldwide—nabbed a deal w/ Walmart that may be worth $100M: bit.ly/1eEf80s
RT @Tech_KCBJ: Analysts say Euronet's partnership with Walmart could be worth $100M: bit.ly/1eEf80s

Flyers fans should expect to see more New Yorkers in Philadelphia for playoff games

bizjournals.com — Apr 17, 2014, 11:31am EDT The high cost in the secondary market of Flyers-Rangers playoff tickets for games at Madison Square Garden has New York fans planning to attend games in Philadelphia.
RT @PHLBizLawBank: Flyers fans should expect to see more New Yorkers in Philadelphia for playoff games bizjournals.com/philadelphia/b…
Flyers fans should expect to see more New Yorkers in Philadelphia for playoff games bizjournals.com/philadelphia/b…

See who passed the Missouri Bar in February 2014

bizjournals.com — Apr 17, 2014, 11:40am CDT The Missouri Board of Law Examiners has released the latest group of lawyers who have qualified for admission to the Missouri bar. According to the MBLE, there were 262 people that sat for the exam and 211 that passed the examination.

CST Brands are poised to sell underperforming stores. However, none of them are in San Antonio.

bizjournals.com — Convenience-store chain CST Brands Inc., which recently said it's selling 100 retail outlets, has identified their locations - and the majority are in Texas. None are in San Antonio, however, where the company is headquartered. CST this spring hired outside consultant NRC Realty & Capital Advisors to help it unload some of its smaller Corner Stores gas-and-groceries outlets.

Ad mogul Gurbaksh "G" Chahal pleads guilty to two misdemeanors, all others dismissed in domestic violence case

bizjournals.com — Internet advertising mogul Gurbaksh "G" Chahal, who once faced 45 felony charges for allegedly beating his girlfriend, pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors Wednesday in a deal that will see him serve no jail time. The RadiumOne founder and CEO pleaded guilty to one count of domestic violence battery and one count of battery.
Internet ad mogul Gurbaksh "G" Chahal pleads guilty to 2 misdemeanors in domestic violence case. bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/b… via @SFBusinessTimes
Ad mogul Gurbaksh "G" Chahal pleads guilty to two misdemeanors, all others dismissed in domestic violence case... bit.ly/1lcFd5i

IPLogic will move its headquarters out of Albany, NY to Rochester following merger

bizjournals.com — Keshia Clukey, Reporter - Albany Business Review Information and technology services firm, IPLogic Inc., will move its headquarters from Latham, NY to Rochester following its December merger with global IT services company CloudSmartz. The merger was a way for both companies to evolve, said Matthew Ray, IPLogic director of marketing and communication.

Ukraine native lives the American dream in Kansas City

bizjournals.com — With a one-way plane ticket to the U.S., Nataliya Meyer packed up 20 years of her life into one bag. Her journey is a blur. She doesn't remember the city she first landed in or the name of the airport. One thing she does remember: the feeling of unshakable hope.
From the Ukraine to Kansas City. One Ukraine native is now living the American dream. bizj.us/vepdn

Galesi Group's Mohawk riverfront transformation project of former manufacturing complex gets reviewed by Schenectady City Planning Board

bizjournals.com — An empty industrial brownfield site sandwiched between Schenectady, NY's Erie Boulevard and the Mohawk River may be transformed into "Mohawk Harbor," a modern residential and retail complex complete with a scenic harbor. That is the plan the property's owners, the Galesi Group, has for the land.
Really enjoyed reading @ALBBizNEWS' story about plans for an empty brownfield site become Mohawk Harbor: bizj.us/ve8hv
RT @AlbanyBizReview: Will an empty brownfield site become Mohawk Harbor? That's the plan: bizj.us/ve8hv
Our editor @ALBBizNEWS writes about @GalesiGroup's plans for Mohawk Harbor (the old ALCO site). Read it here: bizj.us/ve8hv
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KBR CEO Bill Utt to retire, Stuart Bradie named new CEO

bizjournals.com — Stuart Bradie is set to take over as the new president and CEO of Houston-based KBR Inc. (NYSE: KBR) on June 2. Bradie, who was the group managing director of WorleyParsons, will replace Bill Utt, who announced his plans to retire in December.
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