Early Briefing 08.13.07

It's Monday, the day when we turn the business section over to local news. Here's some of the stories in today's paper.

* The sale of Sunrise Senior Living could be complicated by credit crunch. See story.

* Investing in a socially conscious way isn't all halos. Staff writer Michael Rosenwald tags along with Calvert Group's Barbara Krumsiek and finds she's scrambling for profits like any other money manager. See story.

* Not all private equity deals work out for the best. We take a look at problems at the Chubb schools. See story.

* Developers around the region are courting upscale grocers in hopes of attracting other popular retailers and affluent customers. See story.

* Maryland's governor is encouraging his utilities commission to assert its powers over the gas, electric, telephone and water and sewer industries. See story.

By Dan Beyers  |  August 13, 2007; 5:51 AM ET
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