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  • Essay: Lighten your load

    Essay: Lighten your load
    There are plenty of reasons to lie awake at night: The electric bill. The ecological disaster that is the Canadian tar sands. Freaky twists of fate. Mortality. But the thing that wakes me in a cold sweat lately is both simpler and more chilling —...
  • Low inventory behind June's dramatic rise in Southland home prices

    Underneath the spectacular home price gains in the Southland this year is a story of supply and demand. On Tuesday, the real estate research firm DataQuick reported a 4.6% increase month-over-month in the median home price and a whopping 28.3% jump from...
  • Microsoft lost nearly $1 billion on unsold Surface tablets

    Microsoft lost nearly $1 billion on unsold Surface tablets
    Microsoft appears to be having a hard time selling its Surface RT tablets. The computer giant announced Thursday that it had to take a $900-million charge against earnings because of what it described as "inventory adjustment" for the device. The...
  • California home prices climbed at a record pace in June

    California’s hyperactive housing market appeared headed from statewide recovery to all-out exuberance last month as prices on closed sales climbed at a record pace. The state's median home price shot up a record 28.5% in June from a year earlier,...
  • Council adds 25 South Laguna trees to heritage list

    Twenty-five South Laguna trees made the cut Tuesday to be designated Heritage Trees. The City Council on Tuesday approved the request of 10 property owners for the designation. City Planning Manager Ann Larson said the city's ordinance mandates proper...
  • Median price for homes in Glendale drops; inventory still light

    Glendale’s real estate market stayed tight last month and the median price of a single-family home declined for only the second time this year, according to the latest real estate report. The median price of a home fell 3.7% compared to June 2012,...
  • Tight real estate market vexes buyers in the Crescenta Valley

    As home prices rise across Southern California, buyers face stiff competition in La Cañada Flintridge and surrounding areas. Phyllis Harb, with Prudential California Realty in La Cañada, said there is a shortage of homes on the market, which could be...
  • Now in Lehigh Valley, Avantor hopes to grow into billion-dollar business

    Now in Lehigh Valley, Avantor hopes to grow into billion-dollar business
    Two years ago Avantor Performance Materials was headquartered in the aging New Jersey building it had occupied for half a century, with some of its people working in office trailers and others at a remote site miles away. Today, relocated to Upper...
  • July auto sales: Toyota, Honda and Nissan post double-digit gains

    July auto sales: Toyota, Honda and Nissan post double-digit gains
    Japanese automakers had a big month in the U.S. Toyota’s U.S sales rose 17.3% in July, to 193,394 vehicles, compared to the same month a year earlier. Honda said its U.S. sales in July rose 20.9% to 141,439 vehicles. With sales of more than 32,...
  • Robbins sexual assault victim seeks answers about 1991 attack

    Robbins sexual assault victim seeks answers about 1991 attack
    For 22 years she rarely spoke of the chilling attack, even as it changed so much about her life. The multisport athlete was 14 and on her way home from basketball practice on a fall evening when she was grabbed from behind, dragged from the road and...
  • Thieves steal roughly $63,000 in Prada, Gucci eyewear from Glendale optometrist

    Less than 12 hours after thieves stole roughly $63,000 worth of expensive sunglasses and eyewear on Thursday from her family business, optometrist Ani Halabi was back to work and meeting with patients. "Nothing is going to bring me down," she said,...