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Southern California Edison officials are saying that if they can’t get permission to reopen one of the shuttered reactors at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, they will consider permanently closing the plant this year, according to a report...
American companies are so eager to hire highly skilled foreign workers that a cap on new visas has been reached within a matter of days. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Friday that it has received more than 85,000 applications...
WASHINGTON — Growth in the crucial manufacturing sector unexpectedly slowed in March as companies reported fewer new orders and less production compared with the previous month. The Institute for Supply Management's widely watched purchasing...
California lawmakers are growing more frustrated over revelations that state agencies are hiding funds by not depositing them in the state treasury, but one legislative panel has stopped short of imposing a financial penalty against one of the departments...
Anticipating the day when drones will be a routine sight in California skies, lawmakers have proposed tax breaks to encourage companies to build the unmanned aircraft in this state and restrictions to protect the public from invasions of privacy. The...
Annabel Inganni, the Los Angeles designer behind the Wolfum line of home décor accessories, recently discovered that her bookends -- animal shapes printed with original patterns and sold for $62 -- appear to have been replicated by Threshold, a Target-...
WASHINGTON — The nation's manufacturing engine lost steam in November, contracting for the first time in three months and falling to its lowest level since 2009, according to a leading private barometer released Monday. The Institute for Supply...
L.A. NOWA 25-pound dog that stowed away in the engine compartment of a Chevy Silverado survived a 110-mile journey from Chino to San Clemente....
Jerome Horwitz, a medical researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit, had spent more than a decade developing a drug he hoped would work against cancer. But the compound failed to help the lab mice he tested it on, so in 1970 he "dumped it on the...
After being touted months ago as a main driver of the recovery, the U.S. manufacturing sector contracted for the first time in nearly three years last month amid tepid demand and an unpredictable economy. A factory index calculated by the Institute for...
Factories got a vote of confidence in May, with customers placing more orders for U.S.-made goods after two months of declines, according to the government. But the 0.7% uptick in demand to $469 billion in new orders may not mask an overall decline in...
From defective cars to dangerous drugs to hazardous roadways, the firm has represented thousands of clients in individual suits, class actions and mass torts over the past four decades. Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. specializes in...
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