- LifestyleLA Times
Hall of Fame golfer Fred Couples has sold his Newport Beach home in a golf course community for $3.25 million.
- LifestyleWomen's Health
"Playing Pollyanna suppresses your real emotions, which can backfire."
Netflix Sets ‘Pera Palace’ Series; George Lucas, Catherine Zeta-Jones Among BAFTA Cymru Presenters; Eric Roberts Pic Deal; Abacus Hire — Global Briefs
Netflix’s Latest Turkish Series At a press conference today in Istanbul, Netflix announced Original drama series Midnight At the Pera Palace, produced by Karga Seven Pictures Turkey, the Turkish production arm of LA-based production company Karga Seven Pictures, part of the Red Arrow Studios group. The eight-episode Turkish-language time-travel series has started production in multiple […]
IBM shares, however, fell 3% after the company stayed away from issuing a forecast for the current quarter, citing uncertainty around a global economic recovery due to the COVID-19 pandemic. "Clients' near-term priorities continue to include operational stability, flexibility and cash preservation, which tends to favor (operating expenses) over (capital expenses)," Chief Financial Officer James Kavanaugh said. Revenue from the cloud business, previously headed by Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna, rose 19% to $6 billion in the third quarter, offsetting weakness in much of its other businesses.
- LifestyleSouthern Living
Nothing sums up the holiday season like seeing a whole bunch of casserole dishes. They’re warm, comforting, and can feed a hungry family without causing you too much stress. Plus, many can be made ahead in your trusty 9x13 baking dish to make your life a little bit easier during the busiest time of year. From family holiday favorites like green bean casserole and cornbread dressing to delicious new takes on old classics like butternut squash lasagna and an eggnog breakfast bake that feels wonderfully festive for the season, these holiday casserole recipes can all be made in a big-batch 13x9 dish and are guaranteed to keep everyone full and happy from Thanksgiving through the New Year.