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  • DreamWorks Animation launches new series with YouTube

    DreamWorks Animation launches new series with YouTube
    DreamWorks Animation is expanding its partnership with YouTube. The Glendale-based computer animation company is teaming up with YouTube to produce a series of daily shows that will highlight some of the most compelling entertainment on the video-...
  • U.S. job growth is a meager 74,000 in December

    U.S. job growth is a meager 74,000 in December
    WASHINGTON — A surprisingly poor jobs report Friday put a damper on the increasingly rosy projections for economic growth and cast doubt on whether the Federal Reserve will continue to pull back on its stimulus efforts later this month. After a...
  • California farms lead the way in almond production

    California farms lead the way in almond production
    One of California's top ambassadors often comes lightly salted and travels in a vacuum-sealed can. Eat an almond anywhere in the world and chances are that it was grown in the Golden State. California produces 82% of the globe's almonds, harvesting...
  • Chinese film mogul Run Run Shaw dies at 106

    Chinese film mogul Run Run Shaw dies at 106
    Hong Kong film magnate Run Run Shaw, who built the Shaw Bros. studio into the largest in Asia in the 1960s and ’70s, popularized the kung fu genre around the world and later became a major philanthropist, died Tuesday at 106. Shaw’s studio...
  • NPR working with local stations on digital listening experience

    NPR working with local stations on digital listening experience
    NPR wants more things considered for its mobile applications. As more people -- especially those in younger generations -- listen to programming on mobile devices and in Internet-connected cars, the public radio institution is trying to improve its...
  • Fed to begin easing bond policy

     Fed to begin easing bond policy
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve took its first step toward curtailing its unprecedented efforts to boost the economic recovery — a sea change in policy that over time will result in interest rates drifting higher for businesses and...
  • Drivers could enjoy cheaper gas prices in 2014, AAA says

    Drivers could enjoy cheaper gas prices in 2014, AAA says
    Motorists driving in the U.S. in 2014 may enjoy some relief at the gas pump, shelling out about 5 cents less per gallon compared with this year, according to AAA. Rising domestic crude oil production and increased refining capacity are helping...
  • Honor the legacy of my father, Christopher Reeve

     Honor the legacy of my father, Christopher Reeve
    My father, actor Christopher Reeve, loved to travel, even after he was paralyzed from a severe spinal cord injury. During trips to places in the United States and abroad, he spoke with many people who, like him, had to find ways to navigate daily life...
  • Pace of U.S. job growth slows

    Pace of U.S. job growth slows
    WASHINGTON — The job market weakened in September amid a slowdown in key growth engines such as healthcare and leisure — a worrisome sign given that the employment picture probably worsened this month with the partial federal government...
  • Imax partners with China's TCL to make home theater systems

    Imax partners with China's TCL to make home theater systems
    The Chinese TV-set manufacturer that bought the naming rights to the venerable Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood is partnering with Canadian big-screen company Imax Corp. to make a premium home theater system. TCL Multimedia Technology, part of...
  • Four questions about the NSA spying controversy

    Four questions about the NSA spying controversy
    In recent days, disclosures of electronic surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency, including allegations that it spied on foreign leaders, have threatened to cause significant damage to the United States' relations with some of its closest...