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Target Corporation concerning possible violations of federal securities laws between February 27, 2013 and May 19, 2014. Investors who purchased or otherwise acquired shares during the Class Period should contact the Firm in advance of the July 18, 2016 lead plaintiff motion deadline.. To participate in this class action lawsuit, click here to participate."/>
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Bank of America's Brian Moynihan was the top-paid CEO last year among companies based in the Charlotte area, according to the Observer's annual review of executive pay. Moynihan took the top spot in a year in which his $13.7 million in total pay dipped slightly from the previous year, according to the analysis of securities filings. But his pay topped the list in a year when some of his peers didn't receive the one-time stock grants that boosted their compensation in the..."/>
What Charlotte's top CEOs got paid last year [The Charlotte Observer]
Dish Network subscribers affected by the ongoing standoff over carriage fees that keeps WGN-Ch. 9 and other Tribune Media outlets off their TV service are urged to complain in a note periodically shown along the bottom of the screen during WGN Cubs and White Sox telecasts. This is vaguely reminiscent of the old joke about the door-to-door hearing aid salesman whose best prospects never heard him knock, or at least the fallen tree in the forest no one heard."/>
Chicago Tribune Phil Rosenthal column [Chicago Tribune]
Dish Network subscribers affected by the ongoing standoff over carriage fees that keeps WGN-Ch. 9 and other Tribune Media outlets off their TV service are urged to complain in a note periodically shown along the bottom of the screen during WGN Cubs and White Sox telecasts. This is vaguely reminiscent of the old joke about the door-to-door hearing aid salesman whose best prospects never heard him knock, or at least the fallen tree in the forest no one heard."/>
Chicago Tribune Phil Rosenthal column [Chicago Tribune]
Facebook is courting support from the Public Service Company of New Mexico and state regulators to build a $250 million data center south of Albuquerque that could launch more green energy and tech jobs in the state over the next 20 years. But the social media giant, with 1.65 billion users, said before it decides whether to locate in New Mexico or Utah, it needs a guarantee that the facility can be 100 percent powered by renewable energy-- either solar or wind."/>
Facebook eyes New Mexico for new solar-powered data center [The Santa Fe New Mexican]
Facebook is courting support from the Public Service Company of New Mexico and state regulators to build a $250 million data center south of Albuquerque that could launch more green energy and tech jobs in the state over the next 20 years. But the social media giant, with 1.65 billion users, said before it decides whether to locate in New Mexico or Utah, it needs a guarantee that the facility can be 100 percent powered by renewable energy-- either solar or wind."/>
Facebook eyes New Mexico for new solar-powered data center [The Santa Fe New Mexican]
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