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  • Ex-tabloid editors Brooks, Coulson in court for British phone-hacking case

     
    A dozen defendants in a landmark phone-hacking inquiry tied to Rupert Murdoch's News International newspaper group appeared in London's Central Criminal Court for pre-trial hearings....
  • EBay gives buyers, sellers ultimatum on arbitration

    EBay gives buyers, sellers ultimatum on arbitration
    If you're an EBay user, heads up: The big dog of online auctions says it will take away your right to join class-action lawsuits unless you send in a letter challenging the move. EBay also is serving notice that the company and its affiliates reserve the...
  • Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv dies at 102; ultraorthodox religious arbiter

    Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv dies at 102; ultraorthodox religious arbiter
    Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv, considered one of his generation's most influential religious arbiters, died Wednesday at Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Medical Center. He was 102 and had been in declining health. Elyashiv's rulings left a deep mark on many...
  • Ned Colletti is writing a different story these days

    Ned Colletti is writing a different story these days
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- There is new spring in Ned Colletti's step these days, a brighter glint in his eye. Both are traceable to the same thing: Frank McCourt is no longer even a distant speck in the Dodgers' rearview mirror. Colletti, Dodgers general...
  • NHL follows the NBA only so far in its labor negotiations

    NHL follows the NBA only so far in its labor negotiations
    The NBA season was slipping away as Thanksgiving 2011 approached. The league and the National Basketball Players Assn. were so far apart in labor negotiations that players took the drastic step of dissolving their union by filing a disclaimer of...
  • A federal judge takes on 'copyright trolls'

    There are trolls who live under bridges in fantasy novels. Then there are "copyright trolls." The latter have always occupied one of the most squalid corners of the legal system. They're people or firms that acquire copyrights to movies, music or...
  • Robert P. Marcucci dies at 81; talent manager discovered Frankie Avalon, Fabian

    Robert P. Marcucci dies at 81; talent manager discovered Frankie Avalon, Fabian
    Robert P. Marcucci, the former Philadelphia record company owner and legendary talent manager who groomed and launched teen idols Frankie Avalon and Fabian in the late 1950s, has died. He was 81. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Robert Marcucci: In...
  • Vivian Myerson dies at 100; peace activist won early victory against LAPD spying

    Vivian Myerson dies at 100; peace activist won early victory against LAPD spying
    Vivian Myerson, a longtime peace activist and Los Angeles human relations commissioner who won an early legal victory against a controversial Los Angeles Police Department unit that spied on leftists, died Friday at her Hollywood home. She was 100. The...
  • Thomas Kinkade's life was often at odds with his pastoral vision

     
    As an artist, Thomas Kinkade, who died yesterday at 54 of natural causes, devoted himself to creating pastoral images that evoked a simpler, more innocent quality of life, but as a business man, he was more complex....
  • Times disputes billboard accusations

     
    Los Angeles Times disputes accusations made in billboards...
  • Dodgers Web musings: Matt Kemp, Clayton Kershaw & all that cash

     
    A look at the web has the bankrupt Dodgers approaching a money crunch in trying to sign stars Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw to long-term contracts....