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The L.A. luxury market is full of vagaries when it comes to setting an asking price. Sometimes prices are designed to grab headlines, and others hinge on an owner’s ego in one-upping the field.
The Spanish Revival-style home, built in the 1920s for early film star William Powell and later owned by Merv Griffin, is for sale in Beverly Hills at $ 13.795 million.
A new Twitter tirade from the White House follows Beijing’s retaliatory tariffs and the Fed chair’s speech at a economic conference.
Former Dodgers star Matt Kemp has cut the price of his Poway mansion to $ 5.999 million, down $ 5.5 million from the original asking price.
Central bankers from around the world are gathering in Jackson Hole, Wyo., for the Kansas City Federal Reserve’s annual retreat.
Born to blue-collar parents, John Gallegos turned his tiny Latino ad agency into a creative collective 150 strong
But don’t cry into your French onion soup: The country French eatery vows to stay open as part of the new complex.
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.