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  • After jobs report, Dow hits new high then declines a bit

    The Dow Jones industrial average hit a new record in early trading Friday before later reversing course and suffering a modest decline. The blue-chip indicator rose more than 60 points early on to notch its second record high in the last three days...
  • Exxon Mobil says demand for fossil fuels will stay high

    Oil and natural gas giant Exxon Mobil said fossil fuels will continue to meet a vast portion of the world's energy needs in coming decades. The Irving, Texas, company said in a report it issued Monday that the global appetite for oil and gas will stay...
  • Can we lay the ghost of Steve Jobs to rest, already?

    Can we lay the ghost of Steve Jobs to rest, already?
    With a new book coming out slagging Apple CEO Tim Cook for not being Steve Jobs (it's called "Haunted Empire"--get it?), you should expect lots of specious comparisons of the reigns of the two Apple chieftains to reach the popular press. John Gruber...
  • Texas gets Oxy and is looking for more

    Texas gets Oxy and is looking for more
    Rick Perry is coming back to town. The Texas governor will be in Los Angeles next week to try to persuade local corporations to relocate to the Lone Star State. This is his third swing through the Southland since last year, and Texas this time around...
  • More than 1 in 4 Americans go to work while sick

    More than 1 in 4 Americans go to work while sick
    More than one in four Americans are so afraid of missing work that they head into the office even when sniffling and sneezing, a study says. Many are worried about falling behind on their jobs, missing pay or facing the wrath of bosses who expect them...
  • Two solar projects approved on public lands in California and Nevada

    Two solar projects approved on public lands in California and Nevada
    Federal officials have announced the approval of two solar projects on public land in California and Nevada. The projects are expected to generate about 550 megawatts of renewable energy, or enough to power about 170,000 homes, the Interior Department...
  • Grocery chain Safeway in talks to sell itself

    Safeway Inc. said Wednesday it is in talks about potentially selling itself, finally addressing buyout rumors that began last year after the grocery giant deflected a takeover bid. The Pleasanton, Calif., company, which operates the Vons and Pavilions...
  • Occidental Petroleum to move HQ to Houston, spin off California assets

    Occidental Petroleum, the longtime Los Angeles-based energy giant, announced Friday that it would move its headquarters to Houston and spin off its California assets into a separate company. The latest move is part of the company's strategic overhaul as...
  • Bank of England indicates rate hike isn't imminent

    Bank of England indicates rate hike isn't imminent
    The Bank of England sought Wednesday to assure markets and businesses it won't raise its key interest rate any time soon despite a faster-than-expected decline in Britain's jobless rate. The central bank previously said it would consider raising its...
  • A gusher of oil money to save an oil tax cut in Alaska

    A gusher of oil money to save an oil tax cut in Alaska
    From the Anchorage Daily News comes the latest accounting of how much the oil industry is spending to save a tax cut it received last year from the generous state government.   As of Feb. 5, the total is $3.5 million, with the lead campaign donors being...
  • Natural gas shortage hits Southland power plants

    California hasn't completely escaped the effects of the polar vortex. Although the Golden State avoided the freezing snowfalls that affected regions farther east, power plants in the Southland are now grappling with low supplies of natural gas brought...