California’s unemployment rate fell to 7 percent in December, a drop of two-tenths of a percentage point from a month earlier, but the state added just 700 jobs last month, a disappointing number after good job gains in November.
The Wet Seal Inc., a teen clothing retailer, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in an effort to keep its remaining stores open.
A number of city activists are calling for Pasadena City Controller Michael Beck to retire following the city’s embezzlement scandal, but he says he’s not going anywhere.
A Los Angeles-area company is recalling more than 48,000 pounds of frozen beef and pork that may be contaminated with metal.
Teen clothier Wet Seal Inc. announced Wednesday it will close 338 of its stores, laying off some 3,700 full-time and part-time workers, leaving the struggling company with about 170 retail and online outlets.
Netflix wants to make Sony’s “The Interview” available to its 53 million worldwide subscribers, the streaming service’s chief content officer said Wednesday.
Foie gras lovers in California can rejoice after a federal judge on Wednesday blocked the state’s ban on the sale of the fatty duck and goose liver.
Southern California’s tourism industry is booming, shown in part by the 70.7 million passengers that passed through Los Angeles International Airport in 2014, making it the nation’s second-busiest airport.
While there are some companies where the perks cap out at free coffee there are other places where workers are showered with luxuries: on-site massages, getaways, food stipends – the works.
Named Los Angeles’ 2014 Neighborhood of the Year by one real estate blog, a big move is underway in Inglewood to revamp its once-struggling image.
It was a busy weekend at the post-Christmas box office, but despite strong showings from new openers “Unbroken” and “Into the Woods,” it was “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” that marched to the top spot for the second weekend in a row with $40.9 million.
The owners of the Orange County Register say they ended publication of the Long Beach Register on Sunday.
When it comes to gift cards, California laws have stricter consumer protections than federal law, but both work together to make sure your gift card doesn’t become a useless piece of plastic. CBS2/KCAL9’s Erica Nochlin explains what consumers need to know
California recorded its lowest jobless rate last month since the early months of the Great Recession, while the number of additional jobs was the second-largest gain since the state began keeping that record in 1990.
Larry J. Cano, the founder of the El Torito restaurant chain who helped popularize guacamole, fajitas and margaritas with the U.S. masses, has died at age 90.
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.