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  • Flexible work schedules reward dads, not moms, report says

    Flexible work schedules reward dads, not moms, report says

    Flexible schedules free workers from rigid hours, boosting their health and productivity. Or they kill collaboration. It depends on who you ask. Some business leaders bill a policy of flexible hours as a panacea for working parents. Why take a day off when your child has the flu if you have a laptop?...

  • Starbucks iced drinks obviously include ice, judge says, tossing lawsuit

    Starbucks iced drinks obviously include ice, judge says, tossing lawsuit

    A lawsuit that accused Starbucks Corp. of misrepresenting the sizes of its iced drinks has been dismissed by a California judge, who issued a written tongue-lashing of the plaintiff's claims. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of plaintiff Alexander Forouzesh in federal district court in California’s...

  • Automaker Karma expands SoCal presence with Irvine office lease

    Automaker Karma expands SoCal presence with Irvine office lease

    The luxury carmaker Karma Automotive, which will soon begin building its hybrid electric Revero sports cars in a massive facility in Moreno Valley, has leased space for its design studios and business offices in Irvine. The company formerly known as Fisker Automotive has agreed to lease 262,000...

  • Threat of Southland energy shortage due to Aliso Canyon fades

    Threat of Southland energy shortage due to Aliso Canyon fades

    State energy agencies say conservation and other strategies should help Southern California avoid energy shortages during the winter amid low supplies at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage plant. That forecast stands in sharp contrast to the fears raised in the spring about possible rolling blackouts...

  • Here's how a President Clinton could force down drug prices by executive action

    Here's how a President Clinton could force down drug prices by executive action

    Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton brought down the hammer on drug makers last week, promising to “take on” drug companies that charge Americans the highest prices in the world for drugs developed in part with government funds. “Your tax dollars helped support the research that is used to create...

  • Stocks move lower in quiet trading; oil prices fall sharply

    Stocks move lower in quiet trading; oil prices fall sharply

    Stocks closed nearly flat in quiet trading Monday after drifting most of the day between gains and losses. Energy companies fell along with the price of oil while biotechnology and drug companies rose after Pfizer announced it was buying a cancer drug maker. Trading remained subdued, as it has...

  • How Kobe Bryant plans to leverage his global appeal and marketing savvy as a tech investor

    How Kobe Bryant plans to leverage his global appeal and marketing savvy as a tech investor

    Kobe Bryant has been no stranger to China, where he spends big to sponsor youth sports and education programs. His well-documented efforts led an investor in a Chinese online education start-up to reach out to him earlier this year. Two months ago, the basketball legend crossed the Pacific to meet...

  • Anaheim won't fine short-term rental companies for hosts' violations

    Anaheim won't fine short-term rental companies for hosts' violations

    Anaheim officials say they won’t enforce a new law that imposes fines on short-term rental sites for listing homes and apartments that violate the city’s rental regulations. The policy change is the latest chapter in a heated battle between the city and hundreds of short-term rental properties...

  • You can visit the first SpaceX rocket booster that blasted off and came back

    You can visit the first SpaceX rocket booster that blasted off and came back

    The first reusable rocket booster that SpaceX launched and then landed back on Earth is now on display outside the company’s Hawthorne headquarters. The towering first-stage booster, which stands 162 feet above a concrete landing pad, was installed over the weekend. People who want to visit it...

  • Bonnie Baha, manager at bond fund DoubleLine, dies at 56

    Bonnie Baha, manager at bond fund DoubleLine, dies at 56

    Bonnie Baha, an investment manager and top lieutenant to L.A. bond king Jeffrey Gundlach, died Sunday after being hit by a car in Virginia. She was 56. Baha, who spent nearly two decades at downtown Los Angeles investment firm TCW, was one of many high-ranking TCW managers who left in 2010 to join...

  • Pebble Beach 2016: Gooding finishes Monterey auction week with record sale

    Pebble Beach 2016: Gooding finishes Monterey auction week with record sale

    Gooding & Co. used the last auction of Monterey Car Week to post strong numbers and set a record — the highest-priced Bugatti ever sold. The Santa Monica-based auction company, from its tent next to the Pebble Beach golf course, captured some of the crowd leaving the just-concluded Sunday afternoon...

  • Pebble Beach 2016: 1936 Lancia takes best of show prize

    Pebble Beach 2016: 1936 Lancia takes best of show prize

    A beautifully restored pre-war Italian sports car once owned by musician Eric Clapton walked away with the best of show award at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance automobile exhibition. The 1936 Lancia Astura Cabriolet, with body by design house Pinin Farina, also took the top prize in its European...

  • Pebble Beach 2016: Dawn patrol on the 18th fairway

    Pebble Beach 2016: Dawn patrol on the 18th fairway

    On the last day of Monterey Car Week, the faithful enthusiasts braved fog and chilly temperatures to stand at sunrise and watch the classic, vintage and antique automobiles roll across the grass at the historic Pebble Beach golf course, to take their places for the highly competitive Concours d’Elegance....

  • Pebble Beach 2016: Aston Martin unveils new Zagato-bodied automobiles

    Pebble Beach 2016: Aston Martin unveils new Zagato-bodied automobiles

    Aston Martin took advantage of the captive audience of auto enthusiasts on the Monterey Peninsula to introduce a pair of new Zagato-bodied cars. The English car company unveiled a Vanquish Zagato Volante during the week, and its brother Vanquish Zagato Coupe on Sunday. We took advantage of the...

  • Management has a duty to maintain careful custody of payments for HOA dues

    Management has a duty to maintain careful custody of payments for HOA dues

    Question: Our management company sometimes delays posting monthly dues payments by homeowners for two weeks. These “late” payments generate late charges to the owner’s account. The company also misplaces homeowners’ monthly payment checks, leading to more late charges. Management has issued a notice...

  • Pebble Beach 2016: The Concours d'LeMons celebrates the best of the worst

    Pebble Beach 2016: The Concours d'LeMons celebrates the best of the worst

    Celebrating “the best examples of the worst automobiles or the worst examples of the best automobiles,” the eighth annual Concours d’LeMons was held in Seaside, Calif., to honor the ugliest cars on the Monterey Peninsula. Held the same week that sees the most elegant automobiles ever built competing...

  • Cooking his way to better health — and a restaurant empire

    Cooking his way to better health — and a restaurant empire

    The gig: Young Lee, 56, is chief executive of the Flame Broiler, a Santa Ana-based fast-casual restaurant chain. Lee opened the first Flame Broiler restaurant in 1995. More than two decades later, the company has expanded to 180 locations — nearly all of them operated by franchisees in five states....

  • Pebble Beach 2016: Saturday night auctions fail to meet 2015 levels

    Pebble Beach 2016: Saturday night auctions fail to meet 2015 levels

    Auction action on the run-up to Pebble Beach was more lively Saturday night, generally the biggest night of the Monterey Car Week sales events, with cumulative totals now at $288 million. That figure was reached largely on the backs of Italian cars. Saturday night’s RM Sotheby’s auction saw a 1939...

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