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Fiat, the century-old Italian automaker, appears poised to move its headquarters to the U.S. after its planned merger with Chrysler Group. The move would be unprecedented in the automotive industry, experts said, because of Fiat's deep roots. "To...
The former El Segundo headquarters of the visual effects studio Rhythm & Hues has been sold for $25 million to real estate developers who plan to upgrade it and turn it into an office campus for creative firms. Rhythm & Hues was acquired in March in a...
Rhythm & Hues, the Oscar-winning visual effects house that recently emerged from bankruptcy protection, is now looking for a new home. As Times writer Roger Vincent reports, the company's 200,000-square-foot El Segundo headquarters has been sold for $25...
Chrysler Group said Monday that its first-quarter profit fell 65% to $166 million. The automaker’s earnings were hurt by higher expenses to launch new models and slower business in Europe and South America. Revenue fell 6% to $15.4 billion...
The San Bernardino police officers' union took a very public shot at several of the bankrupt city's elected officials with a billboard proclaiming, "Congratulations! You've made San Bernardino the WORST run city in America!" The billboard featured...
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General Motors Co. reported lower first-quarter profits Thursday as it struggled with the continuing economic slump in Europe and a dip in earnings in North America. Profit for the nation’s largest automaker profit fell 14% to $865 million...
Ernie Schneider, the chief administrative officer of Orange County when it declared bankruptcy in 1994 because of its disastrous investment practices, died Saturday at his home in San Juan Capistrano. He was 66. His death, related to liver and kidney...
Italian automaker Fiat is considering a plan to hold a public stock offering after the company buys 100 percent of Chrysler, according to a person briefed on the matter. The plan to sell shares of a combined company is among several options being...
American Airlines, hoping to reinvent itself by coming out of bankruptcy with a new logo, freshly painted planes and a merger plan that will make it the nation's largest carrier, suffered a setback Tuesday when a computer outage grounded hundreds of...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.Computer problems have forced American Airlines, one of the nation's largest air carriers, to keep hundreds of its flights from departing across the country. The Fort Worth-based airline said it has been struggling with intermittent computer problems...
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. For a carrier whose parent company is still in bankruptcy, American Airlines doesn’t show signs of retrenching. The airline announced plans Wednesday to expand to eight new...
After a federal judge ruled last week that the city of Stockton can reduce its debt through bankruptcy, observers began to frame the battle as one of municipal bondholders against public employees. But it's hard to shed tears for either of them....
Tags: Justice System, Bankruptcy, Pension and Welfare, Judges, Bonds
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