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Met with outrage from bourbon drinkers, the producer of Maker's Mark backtracked from the decision to reduce the amount of alcohol in its whiskey. Imbibers are ecstatic, but economists and strategists are fixated on the company's supply problem and...
Tags: Corporate Crime
The crew members aboard the USS Underwood could see through their night goggles what was happening on the fleeing go-fast boat: Someone was dumping bales. When the Navy guided-missile frigate later dropped anchor in Panamanian waters on that sunny August...
We can put men on the moon. We can make computers small enough to carry around in our pockets. But we can't make a razor blade that stays sharp longer than a week? It sounds trivial. But the utter lack of progress on the razor front raises fundamental...
This is the full, unedited transcript of the Los Angeles Times Women Directors' Roundtable at the Sundance Film Festival as moderated by staff writer John Horn. John Horn : Well, congratulations for all being here, but I'm gonna start with a study...
One of L.A.’s most active apartment developers has purchased the site of the Wertz Brothers Antique Mart in Santa Monica as dramatic changes are planned for properties near a future stop on the light rail Expo Line. Wertz Realty Investments sold...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Realty, Rentals
The most famous painting of the 20th century, Picasso's "Guernica," commemorates the 1937 bombing of this small Spanish town by the German air force, in support of Gen. Francisco Franco's fascists in the Spanish Civil War. Hard to believe, but this was...
CNNGlobal banking giant HSBC will pay $1.92 billion in a record settlement with U.S. regulators to resolve money-laundering allegations. The U.S. Treasury said Tuesday that HSBC allowed hundreds of millions of dollars from Mexican drug trafficking...
Maryland has yet to respond to the Atlantic Coast Conference’s pre-emptive lawsuit seeking to force the school to pay a $52 million exit fee as it prepares to join the Big Ten Conference. Not that university president Wallace D. Loh has ever...
Los Angeles Times Travel editorIncreasing violence in Honduras has prompted the State Department to issue a warning for that country, which has what the U.S. government says is the most violent city in the world. In its Nov. 21 warning, the State Department said San Pedro Sula, an...
President Obama will meet with Mexico’s incoming president, Enrique Peña Nieto, on Tuesday in what is largely billed as a meet-and-greet visit. No doubt the two leaders will vow to work together on bilateral issues, including trade, immigration and...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Mexico, Barack Obama, Felipe Calderon
Staff Writers“El Magallanes” is a 30-year-old Mexicali resident, a college graduate and a parent who’s been involved in drug trafficking since he was about 18 years old. From a young age he gathered the connections that led him to cross cars laden...
[This post contains major Breaking Bad spoilers. Do not read unless you are completely caught up with the show.] Breaking Bad’s first half of season 5 ended in dramatic fashion, with Hank finally putting the pieces together and realizing that...
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