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  • Los Angeles Modern Auctions sets record with Asawa, Nakashima works

    Los Angeles Modern Auctions sets record with Asawa, Nakashima works
    Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), which sold 86% of the nearly 400 lots offered in its Sunday sale, reported the highest total in its 22-year history Monday, realizing $5.12 million in sales, including commissions. The surprise of the show was the...
  • Home prices edge down in big cities, Case-Shiller says

    Home prices edge down in big cities, Case-Shiller says
    Home prices fell slightly across large U.S. cities in December from a month earlier, further evidence that the housing market cooled to close the year, according to a closely watched index. The S&P/Case-Shiller index of 20 large U.S. metropolitan areas,...
  • Dodgers tickets: How to purchase game seats

    Dodgers tickets: How to purchase game seats
    The Dodgers may have suspended season-ticket sales, but that doesn’t mean you'll be left at the gate when it comes to individual-game tickets. If you’re looking for tickets for a game at Dodger Stadium, here’s how to buy them:...
  • What L.A. can do to prepare for a drier future

     What L.A. can do to prepare for a drier future
    Los Angeles uses less water per capita than any other U.S. city with more than 1 million people: about 123 gallons per person per day. Although the city is setting an example for the rest of the state, it can do much more. California is in a severe...
  • Keep credit cards active without slipping into debt

    Dear Liz: Recently I've paid off almost $20,000 in credit card debt and am determined not to go down that path again. Because I haven't used these cards in a while, though, I'm starting to get notifications from the credit card companies that they're...
  • Rapid home price gains make renting more attractive, study says

    Rapid home price gains make renting more attractive, study says
    It’s now cheaper to rent than own. Across a large swath of Southern California, owning a house has become less attractive financially in the wake of rapid home price gains last year, according to a new study. The mortgage payment on a median-...
  • Inflation rate remains low as January prices barely budge

    Inflation rate remains low as January prices barely budge
    WASHINGTON -- Consumer prices barely budged last month, a slowdown that showed inflation was well in check to start the year -- and maybe running too low. The consumer price index rose 0.1% in January, down from the 0.2% increase the previous month, the...
  • L.A. council members to seek economic study before minimum wage hike

    L.A. council members to seek economic study before minimum wage hike
    Los Angeles City Council members opted Tuesday to seek an economic study before moving to enact one of the highest minimum wages in the country — $15.37 for workers at big hotels — a review that opponents hoped would slow or stop the proposal....
  • 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...
  • 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...