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While real estate development is picking up in the U.S., a Hollywood architectural firm has focused overseas.
The most and least expensive summer destinations in the U.S. both offer lots of sand, sun and palm trees.
The gale force of controversy that’s battered Lululemon Athletica Inc. in recent months would have left most executives curled up in a ball, bedridden and buried under a mound of crumpled tissues.
Stylish glasses company Warby Parker is launching a line of Clark Kent-inspired eyewear, part of a tie-in with the upcoming Superman film "Man of Steel."
When tech entrepreneurs look back at their bumpy launches, a common lament is, “If only I had known.”
California home prices climbed to a five-year high last month and sales increased as well, placing increased momentum behind the state’s housing recovery.
A California congresswoman asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate allegations that Herbalife Ltd. operates a well-disguised pyramid scheme that victimizes “our country’s most vulnerable populations.”
Punky apparel chain Hot Topic Inc. is getting raked over the coals by rock 'n' roll queen bee Joan Jett, whose Blackheart Records Group Inc. is accusing the clothier of ripping off the Blackheart name for a new lingerie line.
Hackers allegedly gained access to the computer networks of 15 financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc. and E-Trade, as part of a nearly two-year-long scheme to steal at least $15 million, U.S. authorities announced this week.
Home prices in the upscale Bay Area swelled last month, but tight inventory kept sales below average, driving bidding wars and frustrating would-be buyers.
California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, in an unusual move, wants Anthem Blue Cross barred from the state's new health exchange for small businesses because of the company's excessive rate hikes in the past.
Renewable energy investments are heading toward developing countries that want to transition from pricey fossil fuels, a report said.
The Supreme Court handed the American Trucking Assn. a partial victory on Thursday, ruling that drivers don't have to affix the "How am I driving?" placards on its trucks or have off-site parking plans in order to haul goods in and out of the Port of Los Angeles.
Cosmetics giant Revlon Inc. is facing a $850,000 fine from the Securities and Exchange Commission, which alleges the company misled investors as it tried to tackle its debt.
One fifth of the gender pay gap can be attributed to many women still working in some of the lowest paying fields, a report finds.
Are 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with interest rates beginning with a “3” soon to become something found only in the history books?
Retail sales improved in May as thawing temperatures and more cheerful shoppers caused a boost at car dealerships and home improvement stores, according to government figures.
Malibu’s celebrity-studded Broad Beach appears to be engaged in a throwdown of sorts with billionaire bastion Carbon Beach to the east as several properties of note have come on the market within the last month.
With ocean views selling at a premium throughout Southern California, it can be dumbfounding to encounter a prominent downtown Santa Monica hotel that deliberately averts its gaze from the water.
WASHINGTON -- New jobless claims dropped more than expected last week, nearing a five-year low and continuing a downward trend this month that bodes well for the labor market.