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The video game studio agreed to settle a class action suit alleging violations of the California Equal Pay Act and gender-based discrimination
To protect its currency, the Swiss government pioneered the use of negative interest rates.
Actor and TV spokesman Dennis Haysbert list longtime Malibu home at $ 10 million.
In Hollywood Hills, a Midcentury Modern home that actress Sandra Bullock sold last year is available to rent at $ 22,000 per month following a remodel.
Worries of downturn prompt President Trump to hammer the Fed and consider tax cuts.
The Trump administration withdrew staff from a tour of Midwestern corn and soybean fields after a government employee received a threat over planting estimates.
The walled and gated compound consists of four separate structures that surround a central swimming pool.
The former live-work compound of Billy Al Bengston, an icon of L.A.’s art scene in the 1960s, is for sale in Venice for $ 5.495 million.
Californians for Better Energy Solutions, which looks less like a grass-roots policy group than a front for Southern California Gas Co., has retreated.
The Air Force’s next-gen stealth bomber is taking shape at Northrop’s Palmdale campus. The new plane will be based on the B-2 bomber, now 30 years old.