WASHINGTON -- The mysterious Russian businessman who went by the name Sergei Millian claimed last year to have long helped Donald Trump pursue Russian investors, a claim the president's team flatly denied.
The claim is ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Times' parent company, Tronc, said Thursday that it had opened an investigation into past conduct of Times Publisher Ross Levinsohn after a detailed report by National Public Radio.
NPR's media ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- In his first quarterly funding request as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney is asking for nothing.
"This letter is to inform you that for the Second Quarter of Fiscal...Read more
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is dropping a lawsuit against a group of payday lenders associated with an American Indian tribe in a sign the regulator is changing direction under Mick Mulvaney, the acting ...Read more
SEATTLE -- When Facebook set up shop in Seattle in 2010, CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn't have a particular type of work planned for the outpost.
What exactly the social-media giant would do in the Northwest would depend on the...Read more
DETROIT -- Full-size cars rarely attract younger buyers, and the Toyota Avalon is no exception. Try selling a car to a millennial with a name that refers to the legendary island of the dead where King Arthur is buried. ...Read more
The distinctive design and individual styling possibilities, along with efficient driving fun of the Mini, have been thrilling fans for over 15 years.
During that time, the Mini Clubman and Mini Countryman have placed the...Read more
UnitedHealth Group's growing network of urgent care clinics is opening four locations in Las Vegas as part of an emerging collaboration with pharmacy giant Walgreens.
The new MedExpress clinics will be co-located with ...Read more
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Days of the Giants follows intern Slater Barnes through a conflict between Boston City Hospital staff and corrupt municipal officials. Inspired by Boston City Hospital’s public mission to treat patients regardless of personal resources, Barnes finds meaning in his ...
Judge Martin Glenn of U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York has thrown out a settlement agreement that could have triggered a payment of $1 billion of General Motors stock to owners of cars with defective ignition switches.
LOS ANGELES -- A former Wells Fargo mortgage banker in Beverly Hills who was fired and later fined by federal regulators has sued the bank, saying he was used as a scapegoat and that regulators ignored his attempts to ...Read more
Congress' inability to pass a set budget for this fiscal year could delay delivery of the B-21 bomber, a major project that is key to the revival of the Southern California aerospace industry, an Air Force official warned ...Read more
Facebook's all-white board of directors is getting more diverse.
On Thursday, the Menlo Park tech firm said it added American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault -- a well-known black corporate leader -- to the tech firm's board...Read more
With the debate over immigration to the U.S. as fiery as ever, a new analysis suggests that Silicon Valley would be lost without foreign-born technology workers.
About 71 percent of tech employees in the Valley are ...Read more
The new federal tax law is prompting some large corporations to dole out bonuses to employees -- usually $1,000 each. But CEOs should consider awarding another perk: A boost in workers' retirement funds.
Don't get me ...Read more
CHICAGO -- Chicago has another technology behemoth to woo: Apple.
The city, which is waiting to find out if it's a contender for Amazon's planned second headquarters, learned Wednesday that another tech company that ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Amazon on Thursday narrowed the field in its search for a second headquarters city, plucking 20 finalists from among the 238 proposals the retail giant received in October.
The list included several cities ...Read more
There is one good reason why you shouldn't work from home.
Unless you let a band of gypsies use your Kelvinator, you can't steal anybody else's lunch from the fridge. All the moldy tuna sandwiches available will be ...Read more
Q: A friend and I were talking about what we had thought we wanted to be when we were in high school. Her goal was to be a history teacher, so she got her bachelor's and master's degrees, began teaching history and loved...Read more
WASHINGTON -- New models soaked up the spotlight at the Detroit auto show this week but policy decisions coming from Washington in 2018 may do more to determine the health of the industry than anything since the industry's...Read more
Q: I read your column in the local newspaper, the Texarkana Gazette, and that's honestly the only reason I buy the Sunday paper.
I have a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 5.3 automatic four-wheel drive Z71, approximately 160,000 ...Read more
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