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Kohl’s to start accepting Amazon returns at some stores in L.A. and Chicago

September 19, 2017 |

Kohl’s, which is opening some in-store Amazon shops, will start accepting returns for the online retailer at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month.

Kohl’s Corp. said Tuesday that it will pack and ship eligible Amazon return items free of charge at the 82 stores offering…

L.A. Times – Business


‘It’ Director Andrés Muschietti, Some Clown’s Harassing Me!!!

September 18, 2017 |

Andrés Muschietti is getting a ration of s*** from clowns who are losing bank because “It” is scaring the s*** out of the kid population. We got the “It” director at LAX Friday, and he fessed up … the Stephen King thriller he brought to the…


Daniel Cormier: I Still Don’t Wanna Be Friends With Jon Jones, But Show Some Sympathy

September 16, 2017 |

Daniel Cormier says there’s still a ZERO percent chance he ever becomes friends with Jon Jones … but is actually pleading with people to take it easy on his UFC rival. D.C. joined the guys on the “TMZ Sports” TV show on FS1 to talk about the…

Martin Shkreli Has Some Unsavory Jail Mates

September 16, 2017 |

Inmate No. 87850-053 has no internet. The AP reports that could be the least of the inconveniences ahead for Martin Shkreli, whose online rantings about Hillary Clinton prompted a judge this week to revoke his bail and put him in the Metropolitan Detention Center, a fortress-like federal jail that also…

Some Trump Lawyers Wanted Kushner Out

September 12, 2017 |

Some of President Donald Trump’s lawyers concluded that Jared Kushner should step down as senior White House adviser because of possible legal complications related to the Russia election probe and aired concerns about him to the president. What’s News Asia

Hurricane Irma forces cruise lines to shorten some trips and cancel others

September 11, 2017 |

Hurricane Irma has put a temporarily halt to operations at Florida’s usually bustling cruise ports, forcing cruise companies to cancel several trips and shorten others.

When the monster storm ripped through the Caribbean and Florida, it struck the world’s three busiest cruise ports — Port Miami,…

L.A. Times – Business

Some of California’s major utilities are trying to block the growth of government-owned electricity programs

September 10, 2017 |

Some of California’s big shareholder-owned utilities are working to thwart the expansion of government-owned electricity programs, including Los Angeles County’s proposed end run on traditional power providers.

San Diego Gas & Electric Co. and Pacific Gas & Electric Co. are seeking amendments to…

L.A. Times – Business

Amid Florida Exodus, FEMA Busts Some Myths

September 9, 2017 |

Given that Florida is in the midst of a massive evacuation ahead of Hurricane Irma, it’s not surprising that false rumors and misinformation are flying. FEMA has heard so many it is clearing up several, including: Pets: Yes, emergency shelters must accept pets and service animals of evacuees. No, hotels…

As Irma approaches, some airlines cap fares and add seats

September 7, 2017 |

As one of the most powerful storms on record approaches Florida, several airlines have capped fares for flights traveling in and out of the path of Hurricane Irma and waived fees for rebooking flights.

But time is running out to take advantage of the price caps — from as low as $ 99 for an economy…

L.A. Times – Business

Fight at Toshiba: Some Board Members Want Deal With Foxconn

September 6, 2017 |

Some Toshiba board members are making a last-minute push to accept Foxconn’s bid for Toshiba’s memory-chip unit, fighting an uphill battle against Japanese government pressure to choose a bidder with fewer Chinese ties. US Business