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  • Google profit and revenue jump 17%, but ad prices keep falling

    Google profit and revenue jump 17%, but ad prices keep falling
    SAN FRANCISCO — As far as Wall Street is concerned, Google Inc. can build all the robots and self-driving cars that it wants as long as it keeps growing its main business: online advertising. And increasingly, that means selling ads that are shown...
  • WellPoint enrolls 500,000 in Obamacare policies, upbeat about trends

    WellPoint enrolls 500,000 in Obamacare policies, upbeat about trends
    Health insurance giant WellPoint Inc. has signed up 500,000 people for Obamacare policies across the country, and it struck an upbeat tone about early enrollment trends under the healthcare law. WellPoint, which runs Anthem Blue Cross plans in...
  • Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio

    Pressure builds for Apple to overhaul or expand product portfolio
    Apple iTV? The iWatch? Bigger iPhones and iPads? Rumormongering about such mythical products is a regular spectator sport for many Apple watchers. But after the company said it could post a year-over-year decline in revenue this fiscal year for the...
  • U.S. home prices fall slightly in November

    U.S. home prices fall slightly in November
    Home prices in the nation's largest cities declined slightly in November from the previous month, a sign of typical seasonal slowing in the fall, a closely watched gauge showed. The S&P/Case-Shiller index of 20 large U.S. metropolitan areas, released...
  • A bluff-top Spanish-style villa with ocean views

    A bluff-top Spanish-style villa with ocean views
    Set on a bluff above the beach and ocean in Long Beach, this Spanish-style villa is rich in architectural details. Trussed and stenciled ceilings in the sunken living room, original wrought iron, classic tile work, interior archways and Moorish alcoves...
  • Propane shortage reaches emergency levels

    Propane shortage reaches emergency levels
    WASHINGTON — As brutally cold temperatures continue to blast much of the nation, a propane shortage is driving up heating bills, prompting accusations of price gouging and leading to energy emergencies in more than a dozen states, from Alabama to...
  • Jay Famiglietti's mission: to rescue us from our bad water habits

     Jay Famiglietti's mission: to rescue us from our bad water habits
    If there are stars among the state's water experts, Jay Famiglietti is one, with titles too long for a marquee: a UC Irvine professor of earth system science and head of the UC Center for Hydrologic Modeling, and a new member of the Santa Ana Regional...
  • A Harvard professor's deceptive take on income inequality and the 1%

     A Harvard professor's deceptive take on income inequality and the 1%
    In a show of misdirection worthy of a conjurer, though not a very good conjurer, Harvard economics professor N. Gregory Mankiw has again tried to depict the 1% as exceptional individuals making unique contributions to the economy or culture, rather than...
  • Calm down: The Great Chipotle Guacamole Scare is a non-issue. Right?

    Calm down: The Great Chipotle Guacamole Scare is a non-issue. Right?
    Chipotle fans – and there are many – are in a near panic over a recent report from the company which seems to suggest that climate change could cause guacamole to disappear from the chain’s menu. The reality may be much less dramatic....
  • Mortgage servicer shenanigans keep consumer watchdog busy

    WASHINGTON — Got problems with the company that services your home mortgage — the one that collects your payments, keeps track of your escrow account and lets you know when you're late? So your monthly numbers don't look right? You got blown...
  • Robert Samuelson fails to 'come to terms' with aging

    Robert Samuelson fails to 'come to terms' with aging
    Washington Post economics columnist Robert Samuelson was wringing his hands this weekend over America's "dysfunctional" politics, and the country's consequent failure to deal with several trends that, if not halted, are destined to impoverish us all. No...