Home of the Week | Inward-outward in South Pasadena

Home of the Week: Inward-outward in South Pasadena

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Unassuming from the street, this Midcentury Modern home leaves little to the imagination inside with an atrium entry and two glass-walled wings that look onto a large outdoor deck. Recently renovated, the post-and-beam residence is one of only 32 homes designed by architect James Allen Walter. The details Location: 2050 La Fremontia St., South Pasadena, […]

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A billionaire with no master plan for his family business

A billionaire with no master plan for his family business

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Bertil Hult is no fan of conventional wisdom. A severe dyslexic, he left school at 16. After the Swedish bank where he was a runner insisted he travel to London to work and learn English, Bertil realised it was easier to acquire a language through experience. He restarted his formal schooling, only to quit university […]

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Kosovo parties sign long-awaited deal to form government By Reuters

Kosovo parties sign long-awaited deal to form government By Reuters

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PRISTINA (Reuters) – Kosovo’s two biggest parties reached a deal on Sunday to create a new government almost four months after the Balkan country held snap elections following the prime minister’s resignation. Albin Kurti, the 44-year-old leader of the leftist Vetevendosje (Self Determination) party said he would become prime minister under the deal and work […]

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Philippines confirms first coronavirus death outside China

Philippines confirms first coronavirus death outside China

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Health officials in the Philippines on Sunday said that a 44-year-old man from Wuhan had died of the deadly coronavirus, marking the first officially confirmed fatality from the disease outside China. The Philippine Department of Health said that the man died on Saturday after being admitted for treatment to Manila’s San Lazaro hospital on Jan […]

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