Comcast Corp. has agreed to buy Time Warner Cable Inc. for $45.2 billion in stock, or $158.82 per share, the company confirmed Thursday.
The National Football League and CBS announced Wednesday that the network will produce and air Thursday Night Football for the 2014 season.
Union members returned to negotiations Monday with three of the Southland’s largest grocery chains.
The makers of the popular Sriracha hot sauce will be put on trial this fall for the apparently offensive odors its factory emits in the city of Irwindale.
Shoppers looking for a bargain often hunt outlets hoping to score quality designer brands for a fraction of the original price.
Trade is up at the Port of Long Beach, though officials project it will be a few more years before cargo volumes match pre-recession levels.
The city of Los Angeles has won a $3.9 million judgment and permanent injunction against a downtown merchant for the sale of counterfeit jewelry, apparel and handbags, the largest judgment secured by the city in a counterfeiting case.
Democrats across the nation are eager to make increasing the minimum wage a defining campaign issue in 2014, but in California a proposal to boost the pay rate to $12 an hour is coming from a different point on the political compass.
Retail giant Target announced Friday that personal information for as many as 70 million Americans was compromised during last month’s security breach.
T-Mobile US Inc., the country’s fourth-largest wireless carrier, is aiming to lure subscribers from rivals by paying the fees required to break their service contracts.
A California judge has increased by $50 million the amount that paint makers will have to pay into a fund to remove lead paint from homes across the state.
Officials overseeing California’s $68 billion high-speed rail project have taken pains in recent weeks to assure the public that construction plans are moving ahead, characterizing a series of recent setbacks as “a bump in the road.”
Target Corp. admitted Friday that encrypted personal identification numbers were stolen during a massive security breach involving 40 million customers’ debit and credit cards.
Despite a string of summertime flops, Hollywood is expected to have a banner year at the domestic box office, coming in just shy of $11 billion, the largest annual take ever. But because of higher ticket prices, actual attendance at North American theaters remained flat after a decade of decline.
Global outplacement consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. will offer free advice to job seekers on Dec. 26 and 27.
Angry teamsters say makers of the ultimate driving machine are trying to drive away good-paying jobs and replace them with cheap labor. BMW says it will cut dozens of jobs at its Ontario warehouse.
Toyota on Tuesday announced they were recalling 650,000 Prius models (3004-2007) to fix a faulty cooling pump problem. Officials believe nearly 400,000 of those cars are on the road in the United States. Toyota insisted that the repair is not a recall but rather “a customer satisfaction campaign.”
It may be tough times for the average Joe, but these public servants have capitalized on their personal fortunes to wield major influence in Sacramento.
They’ve got major bucks and massive egos: here’s eight of the richest men you’ve never met, but probably have heard about way too much.
It’s the question we’re all faced with when making small talk with strangers: “So what do you do for a living?”
Think of them as the business world’s version of the Hollywood flop: here’s a list of the most expensive mistakes ever.