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GreenspaceKyocera Solar Inc. plans to begin manufacturing solar modules in San Diego this year, the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company said Wednesday. Production at the company’s existing Balboa Avenue facility is expected to help push Kyocera toward its goal of...
Of The Morning CallIt doesn't matter what type of business it is. If a company sells a product or renders a service, it wants to get paid. But collecting payment isn't every company's strong suit. That's where Receivable Management Services, a bill-management and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersExhausted and sometimes discouraged, firefighters struggled for a third day Tuesday to wrest control of more than a dozen wildfires in Southern California that threatened such familiar landmarks as the Mt. Palomar Observatory and the resort communities...
Located in the Superior National Forest near Ely, Minn., the International Wolf Center is dedicated to teaching the public about wolves, one of the country's most mysterious predators. Among the center's winter programs is "Mush with Dogs, Howl with...
Measure A: Parcel tax. A tax of $3 per month on each parcel of property in the City of Los Angeles to fund anti-gang programs. (Failed) Measure B: Affordable housing. A measure to remove some height restrictions on low-rent housing that is fully or...
From Staff And Wire ReportsWorldCom Inc. teetered yesterday toward what would be the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history after shocking Wall Street -- and the White House -- with yet another corporate scandal: $3.8 billion in expenses hidden from investors. U.S. stocks plunged --...
Times Staff WriterAt first, it seems like the same kind of rubble that lies all over this town of dilapidated earthen brick and crumbling straw. Then there are the signs of ruined lives. A small pair of trousers. A broken dinner plate. A child's carefully penned exercise...
Tags: Taliban, Injuries and Wounds, Children, Mohammed Omar, Vehicles
Los Angeles Times staff writerSean Maloney steered his van up a dusty road in the southeastern foothills above the heart of Silicon Valley, pulled over by a fence along a horse pasture and fired up his laptop. In a moment he was on the Internet, calling up websites at blazingly fast...
Sun StaffNick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...
The leadership transition at McDonald's Corp. was about as seamless as it gets. But new Chief Executive Charlie Bell still faces significant challenges, even though he inherited a company in the midst of a turnaround. Bell, 43, has never held a top...
Times Staff WritersPresident Clinton's pardon of Marc Rich is a saga of secrecy, tenacity, sleight of hand and pressure from Rich's ex-wife and one of her friends, who together have steered millions of dollars to Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton's causes and those of...
Tags: Israel, National Government, Government, FBI, Arts and Culture
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