A Japanese firm says it will go ahead with plans to open a light-rail manufacturing facility in Los Angeles County, a month after threatening to pull out when talks with organized labor groups stalled.
TSA’s decision to allow passengers to go through the pre-check screening line designed for those with approved security clearance, some say, is compromising safety.
Unemployment in Los Angeles County held steady at 8 percent in October, compared to the previous month, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday.
The market for house flipping – where a home is purchased and subsequently sold again within 12 months — could be cooling in Southern California, according to data released Thursday.
As importers struggle to get their products from massive ships docking at West Coast ports onto store shelves, dockworkers and their employers continue negotiating a new contract.
Exide Technologies, which is struggling to reopen its Los Angeles-area battery recycling plant, has agreed to set aside nearly $50 million to meet demands by state regulators.
Labor strife at major West Coast sea ports is threatening the delivery of holiday goods that consumers expect and retailers need to turn a profit.
CBS2 found retailers across Southern California who cashed in tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars in winnings purchased at their stores. It’s not illegal, but experts say some may be defying the odds.
The City Council continues to explore the idea of raising the minimum wage in Los Angeles.
Extensive congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is causing major shipping delays, just in time for the holiday season.
The city Recreation and Parks Commission backed Live Nation Worldwide’s bid to run the Greek Theatre Thursday, after the panel delayed making a decision at two previous meetings.
Television production in the Los Angeles area has gone up, but feature film production is down, according to FilmL.A. figures released Tuesday.
A famed Hollywood hotspot among both rock stars and residents alike may close its doors in favor of a chain restaurant.
The Orange County Register has hired former casino executive Richard Mirman to be its interim publisher and chief executive, the newspaper said Monday night.
CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldsten found hundreds of thousands of dollars, donated with the intention of supporting students’ educations and benefiting the schools, yet being spent by administrators on themselves.
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.