Peter Waldman

investigative reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine

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Investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, based in San Francisco, California

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SoLa Impact says it costs them $250,000 to build one unit of affordable housing in LA, while more traditional affordable housing is costing the city upwards of $600,000, on average.

Turn a profit on affordable housing? SoLa Impact is doing it

SoLa Impact says it costs them $250,000 to build one unit of affordable housing in LA, while more traditional affordable housing is costing the city upwards of $600,000, on average.

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Long-term residents of West Adams, a historically Black and Latino neighborhood, say they don’t fit into one real estate firm’s vision for making the area trendier.

Historically Black West Adams is transforming, residents feel left out

Long-term residents of West Adams, a historically Black and Latino neighborhood, say they don’t fit into one real estate firm’s vision for making the area trendier.

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California's Attorney General has filed criminal complaints against Patricia Dunn, the former chair of  Hewlett-Packard , and four others involved in the corporate spying scandal. …

Felony Indictments Come Down in Hewlett Packard Case

California's Attorney General has filed criminal complaints against Patricia Dunn, the former chair of Hewlett-Packard , and four others involved in the corporate spying scandal. …

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