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In less than 24 hours, Gov. Jerry Brown pushed through a nearly dead workers’ comp bill, showing what decades of political experience can deliver on deadline.
SACRAMENTO — A controversial workers’ compensation overhaul bill was all but dead last week. Then Gov. Jerry Brown stepped in.
Warner Bros. is embracing high tech, including hosting Silicon Valley-style ‘hackathon’ events to spur innovation. Studio’s program is unusual in an industry known for resistance to new technology.
The lobbies of most Hollywood offices are decorated with movie posters and Academy Awards.
A special exemption on principal reduction and other aid from banks, in place since 2007, is set to expire at year’s end. Some lawmakers are seeking an extension.
WASHINGTON — Struggling homeowners who obtain reductions in their mortgage debt face a new obstacle starting next year — a bill for taxes on that aid.
Nokia’s upcoming Lumia 920 smartphone has a technology that’s supposed to stabilize video. An ad contrasting shaky and stable images was not shot with the phone, Nokia admits.
An ad for a new Nokia Corp. smartphone shows off the device’s amazing ability to stabilize a video shot under rocky conditions.
The CEO of a Poway company says there is still much work to do to make electric trucks a viable alternative to those that run on gasoline or natural gas.
Building an electric car is one thing. But move too fast in developing a heavy-duty electric cargo truck and bad things happen, according to the head of Southern California company that is trying to succeed where others have failed before.