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A Monday May 30, 2011 photo from files showing David Einhorn watching batting practice before the baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Citi Field in New York. Britain's Financial Services Authority says it has fined hedge fund mogul David Einhorn and his U.S.-based Greenlight Capital Inc. 7.2 million pounds ($11.2 million) for insider trading. The UK watchdog said in a statement Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, that Einhorn was tipped off to the fact that leading British pub operator Punch Taverns PLC was about to begin raising money before he sold millions of the company's shares on June 9, 2009. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)
Off-year elections around here are developing a reputation for focusing much attention on what are purely administrative positions that rarely attract any public interest. The jobs in question involve running a court clerk’s office, of which there are four, three at the municipal court level (Stow, Akron and Barberton) and one for Summit County courts.