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How to Start an LLC in 7 Easy Steps

If you are interested in learning how to form an LLC, this article will provide you with details about this business form and the process of forming …

Small Business

The Next Move in Canopy Growth Stock (TSE:WEED) Is Predicated on This

<i>WEED Stock: Awaiting a Resolution</i><p>Marijuana stocks. Just the sounds of these two words side-by-side puts a slight smirk on my face. I could have never …

10-Point Checklist for Selling a Stock

Investors often sell their winners too soon and hold onto their losers for too long. The reason is simple: They're afraid that their winners will give up their gains, and hopeful that their losers will bounce back. It can be tough to figure out when to cut your losses on a stock, but these 10 …

Investing

The 'Amazon of Cars' Has Filed For An IPO

Carvana, the online marketplace for buying used vehicles, filed for an initial public offering on Friday.<p>The Phoenix-based startup, a self-described …

The 18 Flakiest, Most Buttery Croissants in Los Angeles

Is there a more telling sign of a great bakery than a perfect croissant? The iconic viennoiserie is no easy feat to produce — it takes the deft hand of a skilled baker to laminate the dough with enough finesse and, well, butter, to wind up with the impossibly flaky dough.<p>Stuffed with ham and …

Firestone Walker's First L.A. Brewpub Is Now Pouring In Venice

fullscreen<p>The much-anticipated L.A. taproom of beloved Paso Robles-based brewers Firestone Walker is finally open to the public.<p>Located just on the …

California

The 8 Best Loaves of Bread in L.A. - Los Angeles Magazine

After blind taste-testing more than 50 local varieties, we reveal the upper crusts<p>The artisanal bread scene in Los Angeles is finally catching up …

I'm white in Barcelona but in Los Angeles I'm Hispanic?

"You're not white, where are you from?"<p>This is how I was greeted a few months ago by a young Black man I interviewed in Los Angeles for a story I was working on.<p>Having lived in the United States for more than six years, the question did not surprise me, as it was not the first time I had to answer …

Artist Brilliantly Imagines What Disney Villains Would Look Like in Real Life

Thanks to Finnish artist Jirka Vtinen, we can now confirm that Disney's cartoon villains would look just as scary in real life. In honor of Halloween, the illustrator decided to expand his portfolio of iconic princesses and princes by adding the wickedly witchy villains from classic Disney films …

Walt Disney Company

31 Signs You're Not Getting Enough Vitamins

Dietitians Emily Haller and Keri Gans on the dead giveaways that you need to step up your nutrient intake.<p>Back in 2004, nutritionists everywhere were screaming at movie theater screens, threatening to boycott <i>Mean Girls</i> when Regina George "innocently" (you never know with Queen Plastic) asked how …

Turing Phone gets over 10,000 reservations - are you getting one?

Turing Robotics Industries doesn’t expect to cater to millions of customers, but they sure aren’t going to be having much down time once the Turing Phone is released. Their niche market seems to have a remarkable interest in the security-focused smartphone, as the company has just announced the …

Mobile Technology

Russia sees Arctic as naval priority in new doctrine

<b>Russia will strengthen its naval forces in the Arctic and Atlantic as a response to Nato activities close to Russia's borders, the Kremlin says.</b><p>Russia's plans are outlined in a new naval doctrine, launched on Sunday as the nation celebrated Navy Day.<p>The navy will get a fleet of new icebreakers, …

Russia

Doctor gives healthy patients chemotherapy

A Michigan oncologist treated patients with chemotherapy when they did not have cancer, defrauding the health care system of over $225 million.

Cancer

Student Fakes Admission to Harvard and Stanford in Effort to Impress Parents

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Charisma

Trying to avoid war, US and China build uneasy alliance

<b>As US and China officials meet in Washington for high-level talks, the relationship between the countries is increasingly tense and awkward, even as they try to build an alliance.</b><p>America and China of are playing a high-stakes game in the South China Sea. Things are tense in Washington, too.<p>After …

Something great happened when a group put $40 on a bulletin board in a crowded L.A. train station.

Russian man to undergo world's first full head transplant

Mr Spiridinov, from Russia, suffers from Werdnig Hoffman disease, a muscle wasting condition that seriously diminishes his physical capabilities and left him dependent on a wheelchair.<p>Now he has announced his intention to become the world’s first subject of a full head transplant, so that his brain …

Cardiovascular System

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Markets

New test can predict cancer up to 13 years before disease develops

People who develop cancer have shorter telomeres, the caps at the end of chromosomes which protect the DNA<p>Genetic changes can predict cancer up to 13 years in the future, according to new research.<p>Harvard and Northwestern University discovered that tiny but significant changes are already happening …

Cancer

How To Add Steam To Food Photography (Using Photoshop)

Last week I did an article on how to capture steam in food photography right in camera. You can’t always have hot boiling water in every shoot or …

Tutorials

Couple Celebrates Nuptials with Star Wars Themed Wedding and Reception Complete with Stormtroopers as Escorts

Wedding planners and couples have been thinking out of the usual nuptial box lately, and this is quite evident in all the creative, if not zany …

Weddings

Being Poor Affects Kids' Brains, Study Finds

Breaking News Emails<p>Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.<p>SUBSCRIBE<p>Children raised in poor households have clear differences in the physical structures of their brains compared to wealthier children, a new study finds.<p>Brain scans …

The Brain

You can buy these head-tracking headphones instead of 25 speakers

If you want to recreate the movie theater experience at home, you usually have to buy five — or more — speakers to surround your couch. Instead of putting a lot of money into sets of speakers that are going to be confined to one room, 3D Sound Labs has created a set of headphones that can emulate …