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  • The Great Wall of Jakarta

    Two weeks after his narrow win in Indonesia's presidential election in July, Joko Widodo, though still months away from taking office, jump-started an effort to save Jakarta from drowning. Minutes of a July 25 meeting with city officials and ministers...
  • Ellen DeGeneres Buys One House, Lists Two Condos

    SELLERS: Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi-DeGeneres LOCATION: Los Angeles, Calif. PRICE: $7,495,000 and $8,495,000; $15,990,000 (total) SIZE: 8,071 square feet (combined), 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms (all together) YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: No one in Hollywood...
  • China's shadow banking adapts and grows as rules tighten

    New players in China's shadow banking sector are growing rapidly despite attempts to clamp down on opaque lending, taking advantage of a regulatory anomaly to prosper but also raising the risks of a build-up of debt in the slowing economy. Authorities...
  • Boards weigh several factors in deciding hardship exemption

    Q. I live in a condominium association and our declaration and bylaws were amended to restrict leasing to a certain percentage of units in the association. The number of units allowed to be leased has been reached, but there is a hardship exception to the...
  • Changes coming slowly so far at Darden Restaurants

    Changes coming slowly so far at Darden Restaurants
    After 74 days of new leadership at Darden Restaurants, Olive Garden breadsticks are still unlimited, LongHorn Steakhouses don't pay rent and Seasons 52 is under the same ownership. Interim CEO Gene Lee says the new board will take its time on the biggest...
  • Chinese firm buys Los Angeles Airport Marriott for $160 million

    A Chinese real estate developer has purchased the vast Los Angeles Airport Marriott for $160 million and vowed to make substantial improvements. It was the largest hotel sale of the year in Los Angeles County, brokers said, and a sign that the...
  • Salisbury School District again looking to sell 49 acres

    Salisbury School District again looking to sell 49 acres
    The Salisbury Township School District is looking to unload 49 acres that sits at the base of South Mountain on Emmaus Avenue. The school board voted Wednesday night to hire commercial Realtor James S. Pauloski Inc. to list and market the property at...
  • Home seller resolutions for 2015

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Here's the good news: Homes are selling. We see "for sale" signs get posted and then watch as a corresponding "sold" sign gets hammered on a few weeks later. If you're a seller, now is a good time to put your home on...
  • Detectives crack huge L.A. art heist; 9 paintings recovered

    Nine works of art that were stolen six years ago in one of the largest art heists in L.A. history have been recovered by investigators from the Los Angeles Police Department and the FBI, according to court documents obtained by The Times. After an...
  • State Center debate

    State Center debate
    State legislative analysts have raised some valid questions about the O'Malley administration's plans to move forward with a long-delayed public-private partnership to redevelop the aging State Center office complex into a mixed-use, transit oriented...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Dec. 17

    Five things for Wednesday, Dec. 17
    Here are your stories for Wednesday: SeaWorld lays off mimes; Darden posts 32.8 million loss; Former Fla Gov. Jeb Bush eyes presidential run; and more. 1. SeaWorld announced layoffs last week. Yesterday the ax fell on three mimes that performed with the...