The 11 day McCourt divorce trial ended on Wednesday. The next chapter of the Dodgers ownership hangs while the judge has 90 days to issue a decision on the matter. The issue was there were two different MPA signings with conflicting statements. One stated that Frank McCourt was the sole owner of the Dodgers while the other stated it was a joint ownership between Frank and Jamie McCourt.
The judge has a very difficult decision to make because of these documents were both signed and notarized.
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A California company that manufactures women's clothing for several retail chains has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. The women clothing company which was incorporated in December of 2003 had steady sales increases till 2008. The debtor began having difficulties paying debtors. In 2009 the sales had decreased by %50 and losses were up to $1 million.
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As stated in the title of this post the California Workers Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau is recommending a premium rake hike due to the rising medical and indemnity costs.
The increase of 27.7 percent increase is only a recommendation by the bureau, which is a non-profit organization comprised of all companies in the state licensed to issue workers compensation.
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The McCourt divorce trial has captured headlines because the future ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers is at stake. Frank McCourt offered Jamie McCourt $100 million while Jamie is seeking closer to $400 million. The $100 million that Frank McCourt offered (according to sources) is what the Dodgers would be worth if they sold today. Jamie McCourt's $400 million estimate is from future estimated earnings.
Update: Blockbuster files for chapter 11 bankruptcy last Thursday.
For the past year there have been rumors of Blockbuster filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. It appears those rumors are back. It appears that the large movie giant Blockbuster is paying for slowly adapting their movie rental model. The addition of Red Box and Netflix along with instant streaming movie and T.V. rentals has put companies like Hollywood rentals and other larger video rental giants out of business.
While Blockbuster has adapted their business model, it appears it's too little too late. They have created iPhone and windows mobile apps to watch their instant streaming service, but have lacked functionality on devices such as the Xbox 360 and blue ray players -- which Netflix has and makes your content readily available on a slew of devices.
The McCourt divorce trial involving ownership of the Dodgers has had many fans questioning who will be the owner of their team. In a recent article from the New York times states that Jamie McCourt was an attorney for 15 years with more than a dozen of that in Family Law, which means that she was a divorce attorney.
Jamie McCourt's driver hit a pedestrian at the courthouse last Monday. An eyewitness to the accident stated that while McCourt's Land Rover was backing up it hit a pedestrian on the sidewalk.
Jamie McCourt was sitting in the front seat while her attorney sat in the back seat during the incident. Police questioned the driver and has not been officially charged anything.
Jamie McCourt's divorce is still pending and the owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers is at stake.
On Friday an Upland traffic sign was removed on the corner of Foothill Boulevard and Benson Avenue. The sign was installed on May 18 after the removal of a "no U-turn" sign. They decided to remove the sign after 4 months of investigation concluded that very few motorists made U-turns.
September 16, 2010 17:24 by Eric
Upland Unified Board of Trustees approved with teachers to cut the school year by an additional 4 days to budget. The days that Upland Unified cut are December 17th, March 18th, April 22nd and May 27th.
The Upland school district decided to cut these days due to attendance numbers; for instance the day before winter break and the first day before Memorial Day.
The four days a year might seem low, but keep in mind it costs the Upland school district $250,000 dollars a day to pay its employee's salaries.
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Source: Daily Bulletin
Friday a Hesperia resident dies in Upland car accident after being pinned against a garage. Local Upland residents contacted the Upland police at around !2:10 p.m. to report the car accident.
Peter Anthony Almaraz, 57 who was reportedly unconscious and partially out of his vehicle was pinned between his car and a garage in the 300 block of Stillman Avenue.
Police stated that he died at the local hospital.
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Source: The Sun