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  • Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf offers a clinic in how to weasel out of real accountability

    Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf offers a clinic in how to weasel out of real accountability

    Wells Fargo Chairman and CEO John G. Stumpf, who has been described as “the Mr. Clean of banking,” took his unflappable and well-groomed mien Tuesday to a hearing room on Capitol Hill to defend the bank against allegations that it had massively defrauded millions of its customers. Amazingly, he...

  • Tenant buyouts lead to protests and a crackdown plan by L.A. City Council

    Tenant buyouts lead to protests and a crackdown plan by L.A. City Council

    Curtis Jeter recalls fearing for his future when his new landlord told him he must move from his South Los Angeles apartment because the building in the gentrifying neighborhood would no longer be for rent. In early August, when Los Angeles developer CIM Group offered the West Adams resident $8,000...

  • Can homeowner association boards hold frequent 'emergency' meetings?

    Can homeowner association boards hold frequent 'emergency' meetings?

    Question:  Over the past 10 years our homeowner association’s board has taken action on items outside of regular board meetings. It seems that the directors always have an excuse why they had to have a meeting and not tell anyone. They are making decisions behind the backs of owners and they say...

  • Home of the Week: A ranch house reinterpreted in Pasadena

    Home of the Week: A ranch house reinterpreted in Pasadena

    A modern interpretation of classic ranch style, this 1950s residence in Pasadena’s sleepy North Arroyo draws the eye with its contrasting hues, black-framed windows and a mix of concrete, metal and natural wood finishes. Two similarly inspired guest suites, a pool house and a greenhouse now accompany...

  • How does a mall cope when a big tenant like Macy's closes?

    How does a mall cope when a big tenant like Macy's closes?

    Like many mall owners, Irvine Co. recently got troubling news: A big tenant at its Irvine Spectrum Center, a Macy’s department store, would close in early 2016. But instead of looking for a new tenant, Irvine Co. is looking for 20 of them. As part of a $150-million overhaul of the open-air shopping...

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