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ABC26 NewsNew Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has been dismissed from a civil lawsuit over the city's problem-plagued crime camera program. Wednesday's decision came exactly one month after trial began in the case, brought by two local companies that worked on New...
Money & CompanyHere's your misanthropically Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Remember all that talk about "socialized medicine" and a "government takeover of healthcare"? Well, here's all you need to know about the reform package that cleared the...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: What on earth has happened to my shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc.? The bottom has fallen out. -- K.V., via the Internet A: Babe Ruth, the legend goes, once pointed to the bleachers before slamming a home run. Joe Namath guaranteed a Super Bowl...
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: Will my Sony Corp. stock ever do any better? I can't believe how this brand that used to be so great has lost direction. -- K.R., via the Internet A: Introduction of Trinitron television sets and Walkman portable music players vaulted this Japanese...
Attorney General Tom Corbett is reminding PA consumers to file claims in a $3.35 million multi-state consumer agreement with Dell Computer company. Corbett said the Attorney General's Bureau of Consumer Protection received numerous complaints from...
PASADENA -- A seven-member group of investors has teamed up to buy the remnants of failed lender IndyMac Bank for $13.9 billion, federal regulators said Friday. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said a holding company led by Steven Mnuchin, co-chief...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterApple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
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Staff reporterA state court judge has ordered the deposition of Dell Inc. Chief Executive Michael Dell in a civil lawsuit over crime cameras in New Orleans. Judge Rosemary Ledet also said she would set a contempt of court hearing requested by plaintiffs' attorneys...
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Americans dump hundreds of millions of electronic devices each year as they rush to adopt the latest technology. Less than 13% get recycled, according to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, an advocacy group in San Francisco. The rest end up in landfills....
Tribune Media Services columnistQ: Please clear up my confusion over Sun Microsystems Inc. Does the company have a good future? -- M.L., via the Internet A: The leading supplier of networked computing products, which stumbled badly for several years after the Internet bubble burst, had...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe founder and chief executive of the company that runs the popular online virtual world Second Life said Friday that he would step down to make room for a new leader who could expand the company. Philip Rosedale, 39, will become chairman of San...
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