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  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti to push for greater earthquake safety

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti to push for greater earthquake safety
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday announced an ambitious plan to tackle earthquake safety, including a new effort to strengthen vulnerable buildings. Marking the 20th anniversary of the destructive Northridge earthquake, Garcetti said Los...
  • Southern California home prices surge in December

    Southern California home prices surge in December
    Southern California home prices jumped in December, the first significant increase since June. The median sale price in the six-county region hit $395,000 last month, a 2.6% gain from November and 22.3% over the same month a year earlier, research...
  • Southern California home prices soar but sales tumble in December

    Southern California home prices soar but sales tumble in December
    Southern California home prices posted a sizable pop in December, bucking a months-long cooling trend. The median sales price across the six-county region reached $395,000 last month, a 2.6% gain from November and 22.3% over the year, DataQuick said...
  • Fox sells out Super Bowl ad inventory; Hollywood presence diminished

    Fox sells out Super Bowl ad inventory; Hollywood presence diminished
    There will be plenty of cars and beer being hawked in the Super Bowl but fewer Hollywood movies. Fox, which has the rights to this season's NFL championship, said it has sold all the commercial inventory for the game. Although Fox won't say how much...
  • J.C. Penney 'pleased' with holiday; analysts, not so much

    J.C. Penney 'pleased' with holiday; analysts, not so much
    J.C. Penney Co. said it’s “pleased with its performance for the holiday period” and reaffirmed its forecast for the fourth quarter. The Plano, Texas, company, which has struggled with an identity crisis in recent years, said...
  • Anxious retailers stretch holiday hours

    Anxious retailers stretch holiday hours
    With a week to go before Christmas, retailers are in full battle mode, with many unveiling plans to keep their stores open for marathon stretches to give last-minute gift buyers every opportunity to spend. Toys R Us will throw its doors wide starting at...
  • Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]

    Top 10 tech fails of 2013 [Photos]
    In the world of tech, failure is almost a badge of honor. It shows others in the industry that you've been through tough times but have learned from mistakes and are now primed for success. Perhaps that's true, but it doesn't make failure any more...
  • Retailers prepare for post-Christmas discounts, gift returns

    Retailers prepare for post-Christmas discounts, gift returns
    Christmas is in the rearview mirror, but there's still no rest for retailers expecting yet another day of intense crowds Thursday. The post-Noel mall scene this year won't just be marked by the annual stream of returns from dissatisfied gift...
  • Fannie, Freddie give non-investor home buyers 'first look' period

    Fannie, Freddie give non-investor home buyers 'first look' period
    WASHINGTON — An important resource for first-time home buyers and others who find themselves in unfair competition with deep-pocket investors bearing cash just got better: The two biggest players in the mortgage market, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,...
  • Don't look for changes to housing tax breaks soon

    Don't look for changes to housing tax breaks soon
    WASHINGTON — Here's a side effect of the 16-day federal shutdown and debt ceiling crisis that could prove popular among tax-sensitive homeowners: The stalemate removed even the remotest possibility that Congress could undertake fundamental tax...
  • U.S. existing home sales fall in October, prices rise

    U.S. existing home sales fall in October, prices rise
    Existing home sales fell nationwide in October, a decline a trade group attributed to tight inventory and declining affordability. Sales of previously owned single-family houses, town homes, condominiums and co-ops fell 3.2% from September to a...