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The coronavirus-related closures hurt many small businesses. But before that, Black-owned businesses already faced hurdles in getting financing.

Beneath the fury over George Floyd’s death lie longstanding economic inequities that have plagued California’s 2.6 million black people.

Hollywood has worked to increase diversity in its lowers ranks. But the top writing jobs in film and TV still largely go to white men.

Pfizer says it can’t seek emergency authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine before the third week of November at the earliest.

COVID-19 echoed through the third-quarter regional office market as businesses remained closed. Office occupancy fell, sublease space on the market jumped.

Even after offering policyholders cuts in premiums and copays, the nation’s largest commercial health insurer still raked in over $1 billion a month.

Matthew Perry, Katy Perry, Geena Davis and Bret Michaels are among recent real estate movers and shakers.

Pop star Katy Perry is asking $8 million for the smaller of her two homes in the Beverly Hills Post Office area.

In South Pasadena, a 116-year-old Tudor Revival-style mansion with a guesthouse and pool house is up for grabs at $6.995 million.

Sitcom creators Neal Marlens and Carol Black are asking $29.5 million for their two-acre compound overlooking the ocean in Malibu.

After 11 years of ownership, director-producer Marshall Herskovitz is asking $6 million for his 4.5-acre horse ranch in Calabasas.

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George Cheeks told the Armenian ambassador that conduct by former CBS employees who shouted offensive comments at protesters “does not align with the values” of CBS.

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