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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTo many labor unions and high-tech workers, the Indian giant Tata Consultancy Services is a serious threat -- a company that has helped move U.S. jobs to India while sending thousands of foreign workers on temporary visas to the United States. So when...
Albert L. Greene Hospital president Albert L. Greene, 59, president and chief executive of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys since 2006, died Thursday at his home in Calabasas. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in June, the hospital...
Bill Drake, the legendary radio programmer who revamped Top 40 radio in the 1960s and helped launch highly successful "93/KHJ Boss Radio" in Los Angeles, has died. He was 71. Drake died of lung cancer Saturday at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center in...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen Judge Gene T. Porter last ran for reelection, a group of Las Vegas lawyers sponsored a fundraiser for him at Big Bear in California. Even by Las Vegas standards, it was brazen. Some of the sponsors had cases before him. One case was set for a crucial...
Tags: Political Corruption, Health, Lawyers, Firearms, Legal Service
When Jim Stoops sees new clients at his Charles Schwab office in Naperville, he puts them through an exercise more apropos to the world of counseling than financial consulting: "I ask them to recall how they grew up with money," he says. "I want to...
Tags: Finance, Charles Schwab
Tribune reporterGranted, the recession looks bound to stick around far longer than a New Year's hangover. But take heart: 2009 marks an ideal time to take hold of your finances and create a family budget that gives you fiscal peace and a clear list of spending and saving...
Scott, from Tacoma, writes in: Dear Mr. Wixey, I got this letter and it sounded to good to be true. I was supicious and tried to report it to crime stopper and was told they could do nothing about. Before I gave out any information I went to the...
This financial storm is not unprecedented for the individual investor. Over the last 60 years, there have been a dozen or so bear markets, in which the stock market loses about 30% of it's value. These markets last for a year or so, and then stabilize....
Tribune staff reporterPerhaps you're a reluctant landlord. Caught in the housing downturn and unable to sell your house or condo at a decent price in 2006, you may have decided to rent out the property. Now, at tax time, you are left with a jumble of rules you never...
Tags: Finance, Property, Rentals, Condos and Houses, State Budgets
Tribune staff reporterOn a sunny August afternoon in 2002, Tina Smith walked her disabled patient into a sleek suburban real estate title company office. David Shank recalls his nurse whispering last minute instructions in his ear: "Just make sure you look like you...
Tribune staff reporterWhatever happened to the poor little Coverdell education savings account? It's become the orphan of college savings plans--ignored, neglected, unable to get adopted by many financial consultants even though it lets people shield their college savings...
The Swampby Mark Silva Rep. Lynn Jenkins of Kansas is a freshman in Congress. "The pace that Democrats in Congress and the White House are spending your tax dollars is simply staggering,'' Jenkins reports. This is the message of the weekly......
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