Uber shuts downtown L.A. office, laying off about 80
by Johana Bhuiyan on fevereiro 19, 2020 at 1:10 am
With little warning, Uber notified about 80 customer support workers in its Downtown L.A. office that it was offshoring their jobs to an office in Manila.
SpaceX's new space tourism offer: 5-day flight in Crew Dragon capsule
by Samantha Masunaga on fevereiro 19, 2020 at 12:03 am
SpaceX teams up with tourism firm Space Adventures, saying a Crew Dragon capsule trip could send private citizens even higher into space.
Michael Milken's pardon follows a decades-long campaign to rehabilitate his image
by Laurence Darmiento on fevereiro 18, 2020 at 11:25 pm
Former junk bond king Michael Milken pleaded guilty in 1990 to violating securities laws, was banned from the securities business and served 22 months in prison. He was pardoned by President Trump on Tuesday after dedicating himself to medical, educational and other philanthropic initiatives.
Football legend Larry Allen sells Bay Area mansion for $4 million
by Jack Flemming on fevereiro 18, 2020 at 10:22 pm
Football Hall of Famer Larry Allen just sold his Bay Area mansion for $4 million, or 47% less than his original asking price.
In Hollywood Hills, a scenic architectural abode seeks $6.15 million
by Jack Flemming on fevereiro 18, 2020 at 7:59 pm
In Hollywood Hills West, this modern home with a scenic infinity pool is asking $6.15 million.
Musician Rome Ramirez unloads Hollywood Hills hacienda for $1.89 million
by Jack Flemming on fevereiro 18, 2020 at 6:49 pm
Rome Ramirez of the ska punk band Sublime with Rome has sold his 1920s hacienda in the Hollywood Hills for $1.89 million.
Owen Bieber, who led United Auto Workers through recession and downsizing, dies at 90
by Associated Press on fevereiro 18, 2020 at 6:07 pm
Owen Bieber, who shepherded the UAW through a recession, the Reagan era, industry downsizing and rapidly expanding global competition, dies at 90.