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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterThe results of the half-year investigation of the controversial software SpectorSoft are in, and the results are leaving more questions than answers, reported Imperial Irrigation District management Tuesday. Several hundred copies of the Internet-...
Career Education Corp., which runs for-profit schools including Lehigh Valley College, said Monday an investigative committee it formed to study alleged securities law violations found wrongful conduct by some employees but cleared senior management....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFarecast, a Web site that uses science to find air deals, has launched new features that one analyst called "a very big leap for consumers" -- with a caveat. Using the key feature, Fare Alerts, deal shoppers can get free daily e-mails that advise them to...
The attacks of 9/11 Re "Adjusting to 9/11," editorial, Sept. 11 The Times writes: "As just one example, is the degree of danger posed by the theoretical possibility that terrorists might put a 'dirty bomb' in a shipping container really great enough...
Tags: State Budgets, Death, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Politics, Terrorism
The Sunshine State is poised to be the second largest solar energy producer in the country, thanks to three new Florida Power & Light plants that use glimmering rows of solar panels or mirrors to convert sunlight to power. FPL kicked off operations at...
Tags: Melbourne, Plant Openings, Mike Bennett, Politics, Energy Saving
Tribune staff reporterUnited Airlines, whose internecine worker-management strife contributed to its downfall, now finds that its beleaguered unions will play a significant role in shaping the way the company will reinvent itself. On Friday, the Association of Flight...
Times Staff WritersLos Angeles County supervisors sharply rebuked their health department chief during a rancorous public debate Tuesday and ordered him to physically move his office to Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center. "Park yourself there," Supervisor Gloria...
Times Staff WritersAnother patient hooked up to a cardiac monitor died at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center recently after nurses failed to notice the patient's deteriorating vital signs, Los Angeles County health officials reported in a confidential memo late...
Times Staff WritersA day after Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center resoundingly failed a "make or break" federal inspection, some of the iconic public hospital's most vocal supporters conceded that it may not be fixable — at least not by the county. Supervisor...
Tags: Don Knabe, Assault, Government Health Care, Nursing, Health
Times Staff WriterJust months after forming an advisory board to help save the troubled Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, Los Angeles County supervisors Tuesday asked for the board's bylaws to be reworked and even raised the possibility of disbanding it. The...
Times Staff WriterIn response to a series of medical lapses and patient deaths, Los Angeles County officials put forth a plan Wednesday to hand over day-to-day management of Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center to a private consulting firm. The move would mark...
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