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Times Staff WriterMore companies -- including the world's biggest auto maker -- joined the ranks Tuesday of corporations pledging to expense stock options. But it could be a year before such disclosures become mandatory for all companies. The Financial Accounting...
U.S. stock markets prepared to reopen today amid widespread expectations of an initial plunge in stock prices and enormous uncertainty about what will happen after that. In an attempt to prevent too steep a drop, major financial firms and other...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA dramatic stock market turnaround lifted the Dow Jones index to its best one-day gain in 15 years Wednesday, as the arrest of Adelphia Communications Corp. executives and congressional action on a corporate reform bill buoyed investors' spirits. The Dow...
++++++++++++++++++++ || Suzanne Calley || ++++++++++++++++++++ Suzanne Calley, 42, lived with her husband Frank Jensen in the rural community of San Martin, just south of San Jose. She loved the outdoors, skiing near Lake Tahoe in the winter and scuba...
Tags: Diving, Washington (U.S. state), Chico, California, San Jose
-->++++++++++++++++++++ || Timothy 'Tim' Ward || ++++++++++++++++++++ Tim Ward, 38, was an executive at Rubio's, the Carlsbad-based restaurant chain that made fish tacos a popular fast food throughout Southern California. Ward started with the company...
The Hartford CourantU.S. stocks suffered their worst point-drop in history Monday as nervous investors stepped back into the market for the first time since last Tuesday's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. But even after a broad sell-off that pushed the...
Times Staff WriterLike many people caught in market turmoil, Rich Neel decided he needed a financial planner to make sure his finances were on track. And like many people, the 26-year-old pharmaceuticals salesman had a hard time finding someone to help him. Neel makes...
Tags: Mutual Funds, Personal Finance, Finance, Sacramento, Homes
Times Staff WriterIngram Micro Inc., the world's largest distributor of computer products, said Wednesday that it will cut 1,000 U.S. jobs, or about 6% of its work force, because of weak demand for computers and networking equipment. The company said it expects to save...
Times Staff WriterTexas Instruments Inc., the world's dominant chip supplier for wireless phones, said Tuesday that orders from phone makers are starting to pick up, signaling the initial signs of a rebound in demand for mobile handsets. The company still believes sales...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersUncertainty over the nation's slowing economy and layoffs by major entertainment companies are pressuring both sides in Hollywood's labor dispute to move quickly to resolve their differences in a way unforeseen just a few weeks ago. The drumbeat of bad...
Sun StaffThis is a planet of data gluttons. The latest estimates show Internet traffic - everything from e-mail to photos to full-length Hollywood films - is doubling every 100 days or so. And the thought of this tidal wave of ones and zeroes makes people such...
A firefighter whose family has been touched by tragedy before, a Navy employee who walked the halls of the Pentagon passing out candy, and a flight attendant pulling a substitute shift--these were among the lives taken in Tuesday's attack. Jean Roger It...
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