Early Briefing

Herndon closed down its day-laborer center. Dozens of workers walked about a mile and a half away to a path next to a park to look for work.

The depressed housing market is leading to lower sales tax revenues for Maryland. See story

U.S. commercial lender CapitalSource of Chevy Chase said private-equity firm Madison Dearborn Capital Partners bought 2.8 million more shares, solidifying its place as the second-largest shareholder, with more than a 10 percent stake.

AceComm of Gaithersburg said it has not appealed the Nasdaq's decision to delist its stock and expects its stock to stop trading Monday. The company, which performs data collection and analysis for the telecom industry, said trading of its shares could be done in the "pink sheets." Nasdaq warned AceComm on Sept. 6 that it did not meet the minimum listing requirement of having $2.5 million in shareholder equity.

By Terri Rupar  |  September 15, 2007; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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