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          Wall Street capped a volatile day of trading Friday with a broad rally that snapped the market’s three-day losing streak.

          Small businesses

          The pandemic seemed to spell doom for small businesses, which play an outsize role in the American economy and in strengthening communities. But some research and data show encouraging signs — and emerging winners and losers.

          Small businesses remember last year’s federal loan efforts as difficult, confusing and unfair. The new round of funding is supposed to be better.

          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.”

          The Royal Shakespeare Company’s ‘Dream’ brings live actors to online audiences, who can interact with the play like they would a video game.

          Chemotherapy and radiation can cause too much collateral damage to treat some brain tumors. Crumb-sized robots could be the solution.

          After halting all new political ads in the U.S. in the week leading up to November’s general election, a move aimed at averting misinformation and unrest, Facebook is set to resume allowing them.

          The digital giant has been working on proposals to remove from Chrome so-called third-party cookies — snippets of code used by a website’s advertisers to record browsing history.

          Senate Democratic leaders and President Biden have agreed to more narrowly target which Americans would be eligible for a $1,400 stimulus payment.

          Drugmaker Merck will help produce rival Johnson & Johnson’s newly approved COVID-19 shot in an effort to expand the nation’s vaccine supply faster.

          Switching to digital-only receipts for transactions would be good for the environment. But it would be another nail in the coffin of your privacy.

          The iconic and trendy Melrose Avenue shopping district in Los Angeles has seen its business struggling as the COVID-19 pandemic hits its one-year anniversary. The reopening of Pink’s Hot Dogs after a two-month shutdown reflects the cycle of hope and despair.

          The new Backyard Homes Project helps homeowners build an ADU. In exchange, owners make a key promise: Rent the granny flat to a low-income tenant.

          Lakers star LeBron James is asking $20.5 million for his Brentwood home — about half a million less that what he paid for it six years ago.

          In Beverly Hills, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are asking $53.5 million for a mansion they bought two years ago from Maroon 5’s Adam Levine.

          ‘Sopranos’ star Jamie-Lynn Sigler and her husband, former baseball player Cutter Dykstra, just sold their Valley Village home for $2.89 million.

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