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  • California's million-dollar home sales hit five-year high

    California's million-dollar home sales hit five-year high
    The number of homes statewide sold for more than $5 million reached an all-time high last year, while those selling at a million dollars or more rose to the highest level since 2007 last year, a real estate information service has reported. Cash buyers,...
  • U.S. prosecutors investigate Oregon's failed health insurance exchange

    The U.S. attorney’s office in Portland has issued subpoenas to Oregon’s health insurance exchange as part of a grand jury investigation into the spectacular failure of the state’s system, which was never able to enroll consumers online...
  • National ID card system failing to attract supporters

    Calls for a national system of identification cards sparked by the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have gained little traction, failing to win endorsements from the Bush administration or congressional leaders. Oracle Corp....
  • Heroes stand up even in the hour of their deaths

    They waited, the way people wait on a plane. You can picture them spreading out inside this mostly empty flight to San Francisco, the smokestacks and cranes of the Newark skyline looming outside their windows. You can hear them working their cell...
  • Donald Sterling plans to sue the NBA

    Donald Sterling plans to sue the NBA
    Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, under fire for racist remarks, will sue the National Basketball Association for $1 billion in damages for terminating his ownership of the team, his attorney said on Friday. Attorney Maxwell Blecher told...
  • Clippers owner Donald Sterling will sue NBA for $1 billion

    LOS ANGELES - Clippers owner Donald Sterling, under fire for racist remarks, will sue the National Basketball Association for $1 billion in damages for terminating his ownership of the team, his attorney said on Friday. Attorney Maxwell Blecher told...
  • Diversity champion says Silicon Valley overlooks minority talent

    Diversity champion says Silicon Valley overlooks minority talent
    Four white guys and an Indian. A male Indian. That's the central cast of the new HBO hit sitcom “Silicon Valley.” The race and gender breakdown only slightly exaggerates the makeup of Silicon Valley's actual workforce. Google Inc. recently...
  • Rebels With a Cause gala draws Hollywood bigwigs to fight cancer

    Rebels With a Cause gala draws Hollywood bigwigs to fight cancer
    The event: Rebels With a Cause at Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood on Thursday honored Oracle Corp. co-founder and Chief Executive Larry Ellison, raising $9 million to benefit the medical research of Dr. David Agus, director of the USC Westside...
  • How the other half commutes in Silicon Valley

     How the other half commutes in Silicon Valley
    SAN FRANCISCO — It's becoming a familiar scene in everybody's favorite city — luxury shuttles with Wi-Fi and plush seats barreling past sluggish, dilapidated city buses crammed with local residents standing elbow to elbow. The nerd convoy,...
  • For faulty state exchanges, big decisions loom about healthcare law

    Although the Obama administration appears to have surpassed its goal of enrolling more than 7 million people in the new healthcare program this year, some of the states that have struggled with technology problems are headed into an intensive new phase of...
  • This could be the right time for 'go-anywhere' mutual funds

    Over the last six years, roaring bears and raging bulls both have had their turns to be right about financial markets. But investing success in the next market phase could be far more about pinpointing individual opportunities than riding a wave. This...