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Neiman Marcus Beverly Hills Bows To Customers Wishes, Keeps Fresh Market Open

Who says consumers have no power? Neiman Marcus had planned to close the Fresh Market on the third floor of its Beverly Hills location next month to make way for more floor space for contemporary clothing, but it decided to reverse course after customers pleaded with the department store to retain the restaurant.

U.S. Dollar Slips After Fed Keeps Easy-Money Policy

The US dollar weakened against some other major currencies Wednesday after the Federal Reserve held unchanged its ultra-loose monetary policy, which tends to weigh on the greenback.

US Could Reduce Army By Further 15 Percent

The US Army could be reduced by a further 15 percent, with cuts to the numbers of full-time active soldiers as well as reserves, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Wednesday.

Justin Bieber Will Not Be Charged In Hollywood Hit-And-Run

Global Village Champions Foundation honored with 2013 Top-Rated Nonprofit Award

Consulting Firm Says Michael Jackson Was Not Healthy Enough To Perform ‘This Is It’ Concert Shows

Under intense cross-examination, a consulting firm executive today clung to his belief that Michael Jackson was not healthy enough to perform all 50 shows for his planned "This Is It" concert series.

Los Angeles Gas Prices Drop For 12th Straight Day

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County dropped today for the 12th consecutive day -- a streak that began after nine straight days of increases -- decreasing 1 cent to $4.053.

L.A. Councilman Wants Free Wi-Fi Access Across Los Angeles

Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield said today he wants to give Angelenos free, citywide access to wireless internet service.

Cheryl Boone Isaacs Elected President Of Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences

Ohio labor unions watchful as Right to Work controversy goes global

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