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Japan rattles world markets

As if the news from the Middle East hasn't been creating enough uncertainty, now our attention shifts to the devastating earthquake, tsunami and nuclear...

Charitable collaboration chalks up accolades

Imagine what could be accomplished by the helping hands of multiple nonprofits united by a shared vision. That’s what the Lodestar Foundation did, and...

Mattel CEO receives leadership award

On Monday, Culver City-based Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF) presented Bob Eckert, chairman and CEO of Mattel, with its Community Leader Award at the foundation’s...

Turmoil in Libya spikes oil prices

With the price of gasoline near $4 per gallon, oil is having an impact on our lives again. Oil is trading at $105 per...

Autism nonprofit opens resale boutique in Culver City

On March 9, Silverlining will open not only its own doors, but doors of opportunity for young people with autism. The Help Group’s resale...

Gold may begin to lose its luster

Gold has been a stellar investment for the past 10 years and is perceived by many to be a superior investment relative to common...

Culver City hires outside agency to review its accounting practices

Culver City has retained the services of Redevelopment Reporting Solutions to review several areas of concern in its redevelopment agency raised last September by...

Mortgage update – Feb. 7, 2011

The January Jobs Report came out, and the numbers were interesting. The report showed just 36,000 jobs created in January, where the market was...

Protests in Egypt unlikely to derail stock market recovery

The current turmoil in Egypt, while troublesome, is not likely to have serious repercussions on world financial markets. From an investment perspective, the situation becomes...
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