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Home values are becoming as firm as a holiday fruitcake in and around Pasadena, but there still aren’t enough properties on the market to satisfy would-be buyers. The average price of a home sold in October 2012 in Pasadena, La Caņada Flintridge,...
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California must change course. In a recent survey of American chief executives, California ranked 50th in providing a business-friendly environment. Their finding: over-taxation and burdensome regulation, evidenced by the double-digit unemployment rate...
Board endorses medical training bill The La Caņada Unified school board on Tuesday adopted a resolution in support of state Senate Bill 1051 which authorizes emergency medical training for district employees that would enable them to assist an epileptic...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUnlike many Americans, Ruby Harley didn’t lose work during the recession. In fact, the Inwood, W.Va., woman gained work — holding two jobs at the same time before the recession, three jobs simultaneously during the recession and two jobs now....
email@example.comOne thing Ed Grimes hates about his current work schedule is trying to explain it to others. “It’s confusing,” he said. Since being laid off in 2009 after nearly four decades at Hagerstown’s Noland Company, the 61-year-old...
A surging stock market and rebounding housing prices are translating into a robust job market in South Florida. South Florida's unemployment continued its decline in April, dropping a notch to 5.6 percent in Broward and 6.8 percent in Palm Beach County,...
MarketWatchWASHINGTON -- Consumer sentiment perked up in May to its highest level in more than six years, according to a survey released Friday, helped by falling gasoline prices, a rising stock market and firmer housing prices. The preliminary May reading of the...
Ed Koch, the late mayor of New York City, used to stop residents on the street and ask, "How am I doing?" With next month marking the four-year anniversary of the end of the 2007-2009 recession, the longest and deepest since the Great Depression, it...
In recent years, state and local governments in Florida have lost billions of dollars in unpaid sales taxes — dollars that might have been invested in priorities like schools, health care and public safety, or allowed other taxes to be reduced....
Maryland employers slashed 6,200 jobs in April, cutting short a string of gains, the U.S. Department of Labor said Friday, as the state began feeling the pinch of federal budget sequestration and cutbacks in consumer spending. But the government's...
No one ever said the economic recovery would be pretty. California eked out more growth in April as employers added 10,400 jobs, bringing the net total added over the year to 273,000. The state's unemployment rate dropped to 9% from 9.4% the month...
Florida's unemployment rate continues to fall, dipping from 7.5 percent in March to 7.2 percent in April — the lowest level in five years. Metro Orlando's jobless rate also improved, falling to 6.4 percent, down three-tenths of a percentage...
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