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Lululemon Athletica Inc.’s black yoga pants may have made a comeback after being recalled for being too sheer, but the same can’t be said for the company’s chief executive, Christine Day.
Shares of consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton were down on midday trading Monday after an employee, Edward Snowden, admitted that he leaked classified information about secret domestic surveillance by the government.
Wealthy shoppers wiill refrain from scooping up expensive handbags, shoes and other discretionary items even as the economy recovers and the stock market soars, a study found.
There are many resources available to cancer patients to help lower their costs while undergoing treatment.
After finding a lump in her breast, Laura Wells had to wait nearly six months before getting a confirmed diagnosis of cancer.
The REX HomeBuyer program provides up to half of the down payment and will share in the profit or loss on the home when you sell.
Are you ready to bet that the great housing recession is finally over and that values are rising again? If so, some of the nation’s largest institutional investors are ready to roll the dice with you.
Passengers of the major carriers there are facing the kinds of charges — for checked bags, seat upgrades and onboard food — that those in the U.S. do.
The era of passenger fees — charges for checked bags, seat upgrades and onboard food — began to take hold in the U.S. when airlines tried to offset their losses from surging fuel prices in 2008.
The crossover’s improved fuel efficiency, greater space and safety make it a sales hit. But its exterior looks odd and its interior has a basic feel.
Subaru, long the bastion of all-wheel drive and rugged practicality, is an automaker on a hot streak. And the all-new 2014 Forester crossover shows every sign of becoming another sales hit.
The San Onofre nuclear plant had produced about 9% of California’s power.
SACRAMENTO — Southern California residents will have to get serious about energy conservation, particularly this summer, now that the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station has been permanently shut down.
This time last year, Apple seemed invincible. Its stock has since plunged, but developers are still eager for details about iOS 7 and the expected iRadio music streaming service.
Chief Executive Tim Cook likes to say Apple Inc. has an advantage over competitors because it does three things well: hardware, software and services.
Actor Michael C. Hall buys a restored Spanish Colonial home in Los Feliz for $ 3.825 million.
Michael C. Hall of “Dexter” fame has bought a restored home in Los Feliz for $ 3.825 million.