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Charges upheld in pension fund case

NEW YORK CITY — A judge has refused to toss out most of the charges against a political consultant accused of conspiring with New York officials to drain $19 million in undeserved fees from the state pension fund.

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Kodak suffers 2Q loss

ROCHESTER — Robust inkjet printer sales and fewer charges narrowed Eastman Kodak Co.’s loss to $168 million in the second quarter, but its slumping film business cast a shadow over the photography pioneer’s prolonged digital transformation.

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Kodak has 2Q loss, ending consecutive up quarters

ROCHESTER — Robust inkjet printer sales and fewer charges narrowed Eastman Kodak Co.'s loss to $168 million in the second quarter, but its slumping film business cast a shadow over the photography pioneer's prolonged digital transformation.

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Gold drops, European worries fade

NEW YORK CITY — Gold prices have fallen to their lowest levels in three months as European financial concerns dissipate. Analysts say the drop in gold was exacerbated ...

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Home sales up, but slow

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Sales of new homes jumped last month, but it was the second-weakest month on record. The lackluster economy has made potential buyers skittish about shopping for homes.

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Court employees gear up for early retirement

The New York State Unified Court System is gearing up for a significant staff reduction by the end of the year. The Hon. Lawrence K. Marks, administrative director of the Office of Court Administration ...

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