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  • Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?

    Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?
    After the coffee. Before scrutinizing the Oscar nominations. The Skinny: I got my copy of the new Roger Ailes biography "The Loudest Voice in the Room" and did what any media reporter does when a new book comes out on someone they have covered. I plowed...
  • Bernie Ecclestone to keep running F1 as bribery case goes to trial

    Bernie Ecclestone to keep running F1 as bribery case goes to trial
    Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone will keep running the day-to-day affairs of the international motor racing series despite going on trial in Germany on  bribery charges. But the 83-year-old billionaire -- known in Formula One circles as "Supremo" --...
  • What JPMorgan's $13-billion settlement won't resolve

    NEW YORK -- JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s historic $13-billion settlement with the federal government will pay down a major chunk of the bank's ballooning legal tab. The Justice Department on Tuesday announced the widely expected settlement of faulty...
  • How Canada is not like the United States: Home mortgage edition

    How Canada is not like the United States: Home mortgage edition
    Those of us who write about the housing market and the virtues of the 30-year fixed home loan -- as we did Wednesday -- can calibrate our watches by how long it takes a reader to respond as follows: "Hey, Canada doesn't have 30-year fixed mortgages, and...
  • Caterpillar firm probed for possible fraud, dumping in ocean

    Caterpillar firm probed for possible fraud, dumping in ocean
    Investigators from the U.S. attorney's office for the Central District of California are looking into whether a Caterpillar subsidiary may have dumped train parts in the ocean near the Port of Long Beach as part of a scheme to conduct fraudulent train...
  • Chinese magnate says he wants to buy New York Times

    A spotlight-loving Chinese business mogul said Tuesday that he wanted to expand his empire into media by purchasing the New York Times. Chen Guangbiao, who made his fortune recycling material from torn-down buildings, said he plans to discuss the...
  • Google to invest in solar farms in California and Arizona

    Google to invest in solar farms in California and Arizona
    Google Inc. plans to invest $80 million in six utility-scale solar facilities in California and Arizona as the tech behemoth continues to put money toward alternative energy projects. The Mountain View, Calif., company will partner with solar...
  • Nickels, dimes and quarters could get new look, feel in cost-cutting

    Nickels, dimes and quarters could get new look, feel in cost-cutting
    The Wall Street Journal is reporting: Nickels, dimes and quarters could have a new color and weigh less in the future under changes being considered by the U.S. Mint. The move to change our change comes after a 2010 study Congress mandated to look for...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'June in January'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'June in January'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 19 - 25, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES MythBusters This new episode tests a...
  • Dropbox raises $250 million, now valued at $10 billion, report says

    Dropbox has reportedly closed another round of funding, raising $250 million for a $10-billion valuation. The latest round of investments was led by BlackRock Inc., according to the Wall Street Journal, which cites unnamed sources for its Friday report....
  • Lawmakers want to outlaw tax deductions for government settlements

    Lawmakers want to outlaw tax deductions for government settlements
    WASHINGTON -- Two senators introduced legislation Wednesday to outlaw tax deductions by companies for penalties paid as part of government settlements, responding to concerns that JPMorgan Chase & Co. could end up with a huge write-off if it settles civil...