The state Department of Insurance says the scam, centered in Riverside County, netted more than $300,000 from seven insurance companies.
The city attorneys in Los Angeles, Santa Monica and San Diego reached an $800,000 settlement with Whole Foods Market after a statewide investigation uncovered widespread pricing violations, officials said Tuesday.
The West Coast ports that are America’s gateway for hundreds of billions of dollars of trade with Asia and beyond are no stranger to labor unrest and even violence.
California regulators are investigating whether two giant medical insurers misled consumers about which doctors they covered under federal health care reform packages.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed California’s $108 billion budget for the coming fiscal year that pays down debt, builds a rainy day fund and provides additional money for schools and health care.
California’s unemployment rate hit 7.6 percent in May, maintaining its steady decline past pre-recession levels, the state Employment Development Department reported on Friday.
The Costa Mesa-based parent company of the Elephant Bar casual dining chain has filed for bankruptcy and is closing 16 restaurants nationwide, officials announced this week.
General Motors recalling 3.2 million additional cars in the US for ignition switch problems.
A tweet containing computer code propagated itself through Twitter Wednesday by taking advantage of a security flaw in Twitter’s TweetDeck application.
The coffee-chain giant, which has nearly 1,000 locations in Southern California, is looking to hire 400 new employees, with fifteen percent of the open positions at management level.
While the NBA Board of Governors is set to vote on the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Tuesday, the potential for Donald Sterling to legally challenge the sale raises more questions.
The swagger of rapper Dr. Dre and recording impresario Jimmy Iovine is coming to Cupertino.
A judge signaled Sprint Corp. could end up in a legal battle over a phone bought from a Pasadena store which allegedly contained pornographic images seen by a minor.
Researchers say California’s drought could cost the state’s agricultural economy $1.7 billion this year and leave more than 14,000 farmworkers without work.
The companies promised consumer benefits like more economical bundles that tie mobile phone, pay TV and Internet service together on a single bill.
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.