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Iger’s salary was $3 million in fiscal 2019. His total compensation was $48 million, including bonus and stock awards.
The medical-device maker plans to supply 50,000 coronavirus tests a day starting April 1. The U.S. has struggled to supply tests to detect the virus.
As the pandemic took off, an emergency room doctor and Army pal planned to quickly produce a cheap ventilator. But their altruism ran into a cold hard reality - capitalism.
Pennsylvania is reeling under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic. It led the nation last week in new unemployment claims.
The short version: All U.S. residents are eligible for the coronavirus stimulus payments as long as they have a work-eligible Social Security number and meet the income requirements.
As the coronavirus spreads, L.A.'s high-end agents are adapting with it. Also: Lindsey Vonn lists her Sherman Oaks home.
With roles in wide-ranging projects including “Miss Bala” and “The Terror: Infamy,” Cristina Rodlo relocates a lot. Her advice: Don’t get attached.
A Brentwood estate draws inspiration from Denmark’s traditional farmhouse architecture. Asking price: $11.995 million.
In the Hollywood Hills, a contemporary mansion seized by the federal government has sold for $18.5 million. Also: Jason Statham is selling another home.
Jeff Bezos has pulled out of a $90-million deal for a 120-acre site owned by the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
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Maria Mercader, an Emmy-winning producer for the CBS network, died of complications from COVID-19 on Sunday. She was 54.
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