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Bills signed by Gov. Jerry Brown last week aim to prepare state residents for coming changes in how consumers get health coverage.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law last week a set of measures aimed at preparing California for coming changes in how consumers get healthcare insurance. Some of the laws:
Will the mortgage debt forgiveness tax break be extended? That and other important issues will be decided during the lame-duck congressional session.
WASHINGTON — Although the news spotlight has been on the presidential debates and the Nov. 6 elections, a more pressing personal issue for large numbers of homeowners across the country involves the lame-duck congressional session scheduled to begin Nov. 13.
The latest real estate apps aim to arm buyers and renters with an array of on-demand data on available properties, plus provide other functions.
For a while, it seemed as if the real estate industry was rolling out an app a day, each and every one promising to “revolutionize the way homes are bought and sold,” as their news releases routinely and breathlessly promised.
The social network’s regular frenzy of programming encourages Facebook employees to take risks, developing such things as chat and the ‘like’ button.
MENLO PARK — Facebook Inc. is on the outs with investors and the tumbling stock price has dented employees’ morale and personal net worth. But at 1 Hacker Way, there’s no stopping the hacker culture — or the hackathon.
Honda announced its third big recall of the week Saturday, this time to correct a faulty automatic window switch in 268,000 model-year 2002-2006 CR-V sport-utility vehicles that can malfunction and start a fire.
In NASA’s closely watched move to private industry, the Hawthorne-based firm will launch a rocket Sunday in its first of 12 cargo missions.
Hawthorne-based rocket maker SpaceX is poised to return to the International Space Station with its Dragon spacecraft to carry out the first contracted cargo resupply flight in NASA’s history.
A takeover of the teen clothing company, orchestrated by New York private equity firm Clinton Group, comes after negotiations break down and shareholders vote to replace board members.
In a swift overhaul, top officials of troubled teen clothier Wet Seal Inc. — including the chairman — were ousted and replaced by board members handpicked by an activist shareholder that directed the coup.
Financial planning isn’t only for the super-rich. Average investors can get basic guidance that won’t break the bank.
Of all the challenges individual investors face, one of the toughest is finding a good financial planner.
Pump prices soar in California after refinery outages and other problems. Some stations charge more than $ 5 a gallon, others shut down. Some analysts hope the spike will be short-lived.
California drivers are reeling from days of sharp gasoline price increases that left the state within reach of its record high. Economists warn that a prolonged period of elevated gas costs could harm consumers as the holiday shopping season kicks in.