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Rick Perry, 2 other GOP governors blast Medicare Advantage rates

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Three Southern Republican governors are writing President Barack Obama to complain about newly announced Medicare Advantage payments.

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Shale gas boom leaves wind power developers seeking more subsidy

NEW YORK — Wind power in the United States is on a respirator.

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New retailer, restaurant coming to Sundance Square

Sundance Square announced today it is adding a new retailer and a Korean restaurant to its misx. Women’s retailer White House Black Market will open a 3,815-square-foot store at the corner of Houston

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Cassco breaks ground on apartments at Clearfork

Cassco Development has broken ground on 392 apartments, the first multifamily phase in the 270-acre project fronting the Trinity River in west Fort Worth, the firm said said Tuesday.

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I-30 entrance ramps near downtown to close permanently on Friday

Major traffic changes await Fort Worth motorists when the westbound Forest Park Boulevard exit from Interstate 30 and the Summit-Eighth avenues I-30 entrance ramp close permanently.

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It's Cuban's turn at insider-trading trial

DALLAS (AP) — The headliner on the bill is to take the stage as Mark Cuban is scheduled to testify in the trial of the federal insider-trading case against him.

The jury verdict in the trial of the Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit could come down to whether jurors believe the billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner's account of a 2004 phone call.

Cuban is likely to say Thursday that he never promised to refrain from selling his shares in an Internet company after learning news that would cause their value to fall.

The CEO of the Canadian search-engine company says Cuban agreed that he would be learning confidential information from him. The SEC says that's key to its contention Cuban knew he couldn't trade on inside information when he unloaded 600,000 shares.

 

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