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Money & CompanyAs Goldman Sachs’ public relations problems have reached epic levels, everyone, including the company, has been waiting for the bad image to scare off clients. Well, the wait will continue. New rankings from the first quarter of 2010 suggest that......
With humble apologies to William Shakespeare, the question in today's housing market is "To buy or not to buy?" There are several compelling reasons for anyone who needs a house or wants to upgrade his family's living arrangements to venture forth. At...
Every two years, the electronics industry creates a new generation of products with processing power double its predecessors, a routine described by Intel Corp. co-founder Gordon Moore and commonly known as Moore's Law. Some insiders fear this felicitous...
Tattoos don't seem to be loosing their popularity. Even in a tight job market where first impressions mean everything, people are still getting "recession ink". The 'Bloodapalooza' tattoo convention in Dallas brings artists from all over. More young...
Tags: Public Employees, Government, Finance
For a week now, Michael Phelps has been one of the most polarizing figures in sports. And though this isn't the first time Phelps' judgment has been questioned, fallout from the incident has introduced something new to his career: indecision. Maybe,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBob Barnett's phone call launched a nearly $150-billion-a-year industry. Twenty-five years ago today, during a media event at Chicago's Soldier Field, the president of Ameritech Mobile Communications made the nation's first commercial cellphone...
Tags: Consumers, Death, Football, Los Angeles Times, John Jackson
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDespite the economic downturn, a survey shows most Americans will keep their holiday travel plans so they can maintain tradition with family and friends, the Travel Industry Assn. said today. "Even though there are many apparent reasons to stay home this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYou can't cheat death. So you might as well face it as a smart shopper. Planning a funeral used to fall almost entirely to funeral homes, which guided bereaved loved ones into standardized deals that might have included services or items the dearly...
NEW YORK - Let's face it we all make New Year's Resolutions, but how many of us are likely to keep them? Well, according to a new study: men are. The survey conducted by Rochester based research firm Harris Interactive, polled more than 2,000 adults...
MYTH: There are not enough loving families available who want to adopt children from foster care. FACT: A national survey commissioned by the Dave Foundation for Adoption and conducted by Harris Interactive in 2007 reveals that 48 million Americans...
Tags: Adoption, Minnesota, Children, Tax Credits, Society
(ARA) - No matter how well you think you know your partner, living under the same roof can reveal a whole new side of your significant other. "Moving in together is a huge step," says relationship expert Dennie Hughes of USAWeekend.com. "And, if...
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