Few entertainment industry archetypes have remained as consistently recognizable as that of the brash Hollywood talent agent.
For recent film school graduates, joining the ranks of young deal-chasers was an entry point ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The House on Thursday passed mostly along party lines a measure that would overturn a Trump administration rule rolling back protections for student loan borrowers, but the margin was well short of being veto...Read more
Federal health authorities have declared an end to three E. coli outbreaks traced to romaine lettuce grown in California's Salinas Valley.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lifted its nationwide consumer...Read more
MIAMI -- Increasing sea rise is going to water down the value of some of the most coveted and expensive real estate in Florida, and insurance rates will go up too.
That's the conclusion of a pair of new reports ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Congress gave final approval to the new North American trade accord Thursday, with the Republican-controlled Senate moving swiftly during President Donald Trump's impeachment proceedings to hand him one of ...Read more
The "phase one" trade deal signed by the U.S. and China Wednesday is expected to unblock an informal halt to Chinese orders for Boeing jets that had begun to affect the manufacturer's long-term production plans, and it ...Read more
Q: My tenant wants to purchase the home he recently rented with the help of my real estate agent. I checked the listing agreement I signed with the agent and noticed that it states that if I sell the property to the tenant...Read more
In a ruling that could have far-reaching effects, an appeals court in New Jersey ruled this week that a contractor must reimburse a former employee for the cost of the medical marijuana that he uses to treat his incessant ...Read more
The Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that consumers no longer have to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, though it continues to investigate the cause of three E. coli outbreaks that sickened ...Read more
Thinking about quitting your job?
Dumb question. You've been thinking about quitting from the day you started.
You remember that fateful day, of course. "It's a great opportunity," you told everyone. "It's not a huge ...Read more
SEATTLE -- One year ago, Microsoft made national headlines with its largest pledge ever, a promise to invest $500 million in affordable housing.
On Wednesday, the tech giant put a potential $250 million on top of that.
Q: I am having a difficult time finding employment due to a felony conviction. I was a licensed chiropractor hired to work in a chiropractic practice under one condition -- that everything pertaining to ownership be put in...Read more
State lawmakers and regulators are turning their eyes to the road in the fight against climate change, recognizing that the transportation sector now produces more greenhouse gas emissions than any other portion of the ...Read more
For all that President Trump loves to portray himself as a protector of Americans' healthcare -- witness his fatuous new claim to have "saved Pre-Existing Conditions in your Healthcare," when he's actually undermined those...Read more
You're thinking about moving, from your hometown or college town or wherever you've been lately. Perhaps you've just graduated and are pursuing jobs in several states. Or you need to relocate so your spouse can find a ...Read more
Tuna without the mercury and fish burgers without the fish.
That's what Gathered Foods Corp., a startup firm that developed plant-based seafood, is selling -- and General Mills has decided to help.
301 Inc., the venture ...Read more
That sound you may have heard Wednesday morning was that of a heavy truck spinning its wheels, as President Trump signed an agreement with China that imposes a cease-fire in a trade war that has achieved virtually nothing ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Democratic Rep. Sharice Davids ripped Boeing Wednesday for the more than $60 million it will pay its fired CEO while Kansas aviation workers lose their jobs because of the grounding of the company's 737 Max ...Read more
General Motors said Wednesday that more than 1,350 temporary workers at 14 of its U.S. facilities will shift to full-time positions before the end of March.
That includes the 930 the automaker already converted to full-...Read more
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Federal prosecutors this week attacked in dramatic fashion a move by fallen Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes to quash felony fraud charges related to patients who paid for the company's blood tests.
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