VICTORVILLE, Calif. -- When the housing market collapsed 10 years ago, the Victor Valley was particularly hard hit. Today, new homes are selling again in Victorville, yet the percentage of rentals has grown.
When the ...Read more
For more than 30 years, Phyllis Golden-Gottlieb has been unable to erase the memories of encounters with Leslie Moonves, the once-powerful chief executive of CBS Corp.
Golden-Gottlieb was a TV show development executive ...Read more
It's bad for business when regulators target one of your fastest-growing products -- unless they also go after a competitor working to put you out of business.
That, in essence, is why the makers of some e-cigarette ...Read more
It doesn't matter if the rejection comes from the love of your life or from your application to join the Hugabbug Club. (Hate to tell you, but Auntie Bumble blackballed you.)
Now, there is something ...Read more
Do you feel as if your job applications are falling into a black hole? Many job seekers share this frustration as they apply for jobs that don't seem to exist, responding to postings that read "new listing" but seem to be ...Read more
A Minneapolis company is producing what it says is the first bullet-resistant portable room divider designed specifically for rapid deployment in schools.
Versare Solutions on Wednesday unveiled its Portable Shield ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Partially masked by the percolating economy and high-flying stock market, tariffs imposed by the Trump administration and retaliation by U.S. trading partners have begun to cause significant pain for a large ...Read more
Apple might have started its annual September product event Wednesday with a video inspired by the "Mission: Impossible" movie franchise, but in setting a new bar for pricing its biggest generator of sales, Chief Executive...Read more
The first 1,000 was apparently the hardest.
After finally hitting the one-grand price tag last year with its iPhone X, Apple on Wednesday announced it would be climbing higher still, nudging the starting price on its new ...Read more
Federal officials released revised data Wednesday that found international travelers to the U.S. grew by 0.7 percent in 2017 over the previous year, despite steep drops from Mexico and the Middle East.
The 77 million ...Read more
As Hurricane Florence approaches the Carolinas, airlines are encouraging customers traveling through areas in the path of the storm to reschedule travel and are limiting fares and waiving fees in some cities.
Florence is ...Read more
AT&T is developing a new streaming video service that will use the Warner Bros. catalog of TV shows and movies.
"There is an amazing library of media and entertainment content that is really not being put to work, that's ...Read more
Mexico's chief Nafta negotiator headed to Washington as the nation reiterated that it's prepared to pursue a new bilateral trade deal with the U.S. even if it ends up leaving out Canada.
Kenneth Smith Ramos and his team ...Read more
U.S. Bank says it will offer nearly instant small loans to its customers, becoming the first bank to provide such a product since federal regulators cleared the way earlier this year amid continuing concerns over the costs...Read more
Googlers are supposed to be Googley, but what exactly that means has become a key point of contention as the tech giant seeks to gut an age-discrimination lawsuit against the company.
The search and digital-ads behemoth ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With unemployment steadily declining and more people working full-time in year-round jobs, household incomes in the United States rose moderately last year, and the poverty rate fell to the lowest point in ...Read more
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Hurricane Florence evacuees and disaster relief workers can find free temporary lodging through Airbnb.
Airbnb hosts in the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia are offering free stays through the online ...Read more
A nasty and pernicious blog that is full of lies about Social Security has been floating around the internet for years. The latest version is called "Who took my money?" It claims to be bipartisan, but using one lie after ...Read more
As a child of the Depression and with six of us too young to work when our dad died, we had to be penny-conscious in everything we did. My mother was one of the wisest people I've ever known, though she had a very limited ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Mike Kelley was drawn to movies at a young age, often riding his bike from his childhood home in Yarrow Point, Wash., to the John Danz Theatre in Bellevue.
That love of film would grow through his lifetime into...Read more
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