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  • Kitchen update helps put sentimental stuff in its place

    Kitchen update helps put sentimental stuff in its place
    It was supposed to be a simple way to update my aging kitchen. Instead, it felt like a commentary on my messy life. The project was straightforward: Decrepit cabinet fronts would be replaced with stylish wooden doors. The preparation was not: I had to...
  • Workers reach $21-million settlement against Wal-Mart, warehouses

    Workers at a Riverside County warehouse and distribution complex for Wal-Mart Stores Inc. agreed to settle a long-running battle over wage issues by accepting $21 million in unpaid wages, interest and penalties. The proposed settlement of a lawsuit with...
  • For the record

    Wal-Mart warehouses: In the May 15 Business section, an article about wage disputes at Riverside County warehouses serving Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said that the Warehouse Worker Resource Center filed a lawsuit to recover back pay. The center aided the...
  • T-Mobile, Univision launch wireless brand targeting Latinos

    T-Mobile and Spanish media giant Univision Communications Inc. have teamed up to launch a new wireless brand specifically designed for Latino customers. Starting Monday, Univision Mobile will offer customers monthly plans that include 100 minutes of...
  • Rising use of 'perma-temp' workers is stirring up a legislative fight

    Rising use of 'perma-temp' workers is stirring up a legislative fight
    Employers across California increasingly are cutting labor costs by using long-term temporary workers — and not employees — to pick crops, sew garments, clean hotel rooms, flip burgers and toil in a range of low-wage industries. This trend...
  • Obama's praise of Wal-Mart draws fire from labor groups, critics

    Obama's praise of Wal-Mart draws fire from labor groups, critics
    President Obama spotlighted Wal-Mart Stores Inc. on Friday as part of a clean energy initiative. Obama, who spoke at a Wal-Mart in Mountain View, Calif., announced executive actions intended to increase energy efficiency in buildings and vehicles. He...
  • China rotten meat scandal spreads to Starbucks, Burger King

    China rotten meat scandal spreads to Starbucks, Burger King
    The latest food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks, Burger King Worldwide Inc and others, as well as McDonald's products as far away as Japan. McDonald's Corp and KFC's parent Yum Brands Inc apologized to Chinese...
  • Tracy Morgan leaves rehab, sues Wal-Mart over deadly crash

    Tracy Morgan leaves rehab, sues Wal-Mart over deadly crash
    Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was released from a rehabilitation center to finish his recovery at home from a New Jersey crash in June that left him critically injured and killed a fellow passenger, his spokesman said on Saturday.  The announcement...
  • Stock market grinds out gains in first half

    Stock market grinds out gains in first half
    It was a slow grind, but U.S. stocks posted gains in the second quarter and first half, extending the bull run into a sixth year. In a surprise, investors also were rewarded for sticking with bonds, as interest rates resumed their decline after...
  • Wal-Mart triples spending on food safety in China

    Wal-Mart triples spending on food safety in China
    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said Tuesday it will triple its spending on food safety in China by the end of 2015 after criticism of its operating procedures and a reported mislabeling of donkey meat. The world’s largest retailer said it will shell out...
  • Microgrid sales rise alongside qualms about the power grid

    Microgrid sales rise alongside qualms about the power grid
    The periodic blackouts in Cassina Tarsia's Oceanside neighborhood meant the 71-year-old couldn't charge her cellphone or electric wheelchair. But outages aren't a problem anymore. Since February, Tarsia's garage has housed a suitcase-sized battery...