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Developers aim to turn a condemned apartment building on Hope Street in L.A. into a luxury tower with a roof-top pool and landscaped courtyard and roof.
The developers of a proposed $ 31-million hotel near Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles are ready to seek city approval to construct an indoor-outdoor complex in the brick shell of a condemned apartment building.
Airlines already are charging for most extra services offered. Passengers also are paying more in fees, a process made easier through online bookings.
The amount airlines are pocketing on passenger fees continues to rise, prompting the question: What new fees can carriers think up?
A tenant given a three-day notice to pay rent or quit is also told to pay $ 250 owed from two years ago. Is this legal?
Question: I missed a rent payment, and my community supervisor served me with a three-day notice to pay rent or quit. The notice included the rent due and an additional $ 250. I asked the supervisor why the additional amount was included. He told me that when I missed the payment, his company accountant reviewed my payment records. As a result, he realized I had failed to pay the full amount of rent due in the first month after my rent was raised two years ago. Can the property management coerce me into paying this extra $ 250, after so much time?
Cambridge educator Mark de Rond analyzes how formulas for success in sports can apply to business management in his intriguing book “There is an I in Team.”
When basketball legend Michael Jordan scored 20 straight points for the Chicago Bulls, he is reported to have been told by one of his coaches, “There is no ‘I’ in team.” Jordan replied coolly, “There is an ‘I’ in win.”
More than a third of potential home-loan applicants would pay a higher rate if the mortgage came with superior service, a survey says.
More than a third of potential borrowers would be willing to pay a higher rate if the mortgage came with superior service, according to a new survey.
With a grand terrace, gazebo and large motorcourt, this Beverly Hills estate is designed for entertaining guests. It is listed at $ 18.95 million.
Set behind 12-foot-tall wrought-iron gates, this Beverly Hills estate centers on a renovated traditional-style house polished to reflect the elegance and glamour of its early days. With a grand terrace for entertaining and a large motorcourt, the compound is designed for events and large-scale gatherings.
An impostor who steals your medical information and uses your identity to get healthcare could pose more than one type of problem. Here are some precautions and strategies.
An identity thief who gains access to your credit card or bank account could harm you financially, but one who steals your medical information could also endanger your health. Here are key things to know about medical identity theft:
The program, which was created in 2007, is ideal for those who have big federal student loan debts and small incomes.
Dear Liz: I am the single mother of four daughters, including one who has a serious heart condition that causes $ 10,000 to $ 30,000 in out-of-pocket medical expenses each year. These medical bills have caused me to file bankruptcy twice, but the bankruptcies have not wiped out my student loans.
A coalition of African American ministers is protesting foreclosures on their churches — by Broadway Federal Bank , a savings bank established in the 1940s to serve Los Angeles’ then-segregated black community.
BERLIN — German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe’s sovereign debt crisis will last at least five more years.