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You can’t know how other households conduct their financial affairs, so keep focusing on your own situation and how you can make it better.

Small businesses

The lucky among California’s small businesses have cobbled together loans and grants to get through the pandemic so far. But that money has dried up, and “you can only take on so much debt.”

Killi pays users a few dollars a month to share their personal information with clients. But it will also automatically opt you in for those companies to share your data as well.

The deadline is part of the U.K.'s strategy to harden its line against Huawei, considering it a ‘high risk’ supplier and threat to national security.

Acquiring Slack, which has a market valuation near $17 billion, would be Salesforce’s biggest deal ever and produce an enterprise software powerhouse.

It’s rare to have so many family games released at once. “Bugsnax,” “Sackboy,” even a repackaged “Super Mario Bros.” leave the storytelling to the player, providing a space for us to ask, “I wonder if I can do this?”

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti didn’t order the recent county ban on outdoor dining, but he’s still facing pressure from restaurant owners who are frustrated with his messaging.

The grandparent scam, the inheritance scam, the lottery scam -- each is making the rounds as fraudsters target stuck-at-ag亚洲只为非凡home seniors.

Missouri’s two largest metropolitan areas are cracking down on restaurants that violate rules designed to stem the spread of the coronavirus

Andrew Lee, an entrepreneur-turned-prince, just dropped $12.6 million on a lavish mansion in Thousand Oaks, the priciest sale the city has seen this year.

Snowboarder Shaun White has sold his one-acre estate in Malibu’s Point Dume for $8 million — nearly $5 million shy of his original asking price.

Media mogul David Geffen just sold an empty lot in Beverly Hills for $33.75 million, or $3.75 million more that he paid for it last year.

Poison frontman Bret Michaels and retired NBA star Paul Pierce are mixing it up in the Calabasas housing market.

Former NBA star Paul Pierce has listed his massive Calabasas mansion, complete with a Boston Celtics-themed basketball court, for $11 million.

Company Town

Faizon Love accuses Universal Pictures of failing to make up for excluding him and another Black actor from marketing posters for “Couples Retreat.”

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