Jessica Alba's Company Joins Trend Of Businesses That Make Life Easier For New ParentsUSC Professor John Boudreau says businesses have begun to increasingly treat workers like customers -- especially in competitive fields like high tech.
Judge Rules California Cab Companies Can Sue Uber Over AdsA federal judge has ruled California taxicab companies can sue competitor Uber over advertising statements that it offers the safest rides on the road.
California Prosecutors Sue Uber; Lyft SettlesLos Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey partnered with Gascon in a probe of the nascent ridesharing industry. A third company — Sidecar — is still under investigation.
Hundreds Of Companies Sign On For President's Initiative To Help Unemployed"There are a lot of talented people out there looking for jobs," said one woman.
Companies Help Immigrants Obtain US CitizenshipFor immigrants working toward the American Dream, some employers are now helping them reach their dream of becoming Americans.
Investigation: Local Limo Companies Operating Without Valid LicensesDavid Goldstein investigates why local limo companies -- with pulled licenses -- are still transporting passengers.
Iowa Governor Plans To Lure Calif. Businesses To Hawkeye StateIowa Governor Terry Branstad will visit California Tuesday to convince Golden State businesses to move to the Hawkeye State.
California Supreme Court Says Companies Don't Have To Make Employees Take BreaksThe California Supreme Court has ruled that companies are not obligated to make sure employees take their lunch breaks.
California Delegation To Visit Texas, Study Job GrowthA Republican-led group of California lawmakers and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom will head to Texas next week to hear from businesses that left the state.
Fed To Name Banks That Received Emergency LoansThe Federal Reserve plans to release documents on Thursday identifying financial companies that received Fed loans to survive the financial crisis.
California Joins Nationwide Foreclosures InvestigationAttorney General Jerry Brown says the state of California will take part in a joint investigation into allegations that mortgage companies may have improperly or illegally foreclosed on hundreds of thousands of homeowners.