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  • Ronald Coase dies at 102; economist was oldest living Nobel laureate

    Ronald Coase dies at 102; economist was oldest living Nobel laureate
    Ronald Coase, a British-born University of Chicago economist whose Nobel Prize-winning work on the role of corporations stemmed from visits in the early 1930s to American companies including Ford Motor Co. and Union Carbide Corp., has died. He was 102.
  • Torrance attorney Gavin Wasserman named to campaign watchdog panel

    State Controller John Chiang appointed Torrance attorney Gavin Wasserman to serve on the panel that enforces campaign finance and conflict-of-interest laws, bypassing a more controversial figure also vying for the seat.

    Santa Monica College's two-tier pricing gets scholarship donation

    Santa Monica College’s plan to offer some high-demand classes at a premium cost received a boost Thursday with the announcement of a $250,000 donation to support scholarships for students who qualify. The donors are businessman Daniel Greenberg...

    USC appoints interim Provost Elizabeth Garrett to permanent post

    USC law professor Elizabeth Garrett was appointed Thursday to be provost of the university, the second in command position she has held on an interim basis for two months. As chief academic officer, she will oversee all academic departments,...

    Warning: Hospitals may be hazardous to your health

    How hazardous? A study published in Monday’s edition of Archives of Internal Medicine estimates that 48,000 people died in 2006 after developing sepsis or pneumonia during their hospital stays. Altogether, such infections forced patients to spend an...