Taco Bell Execs Beef Up On Millennial Lingo At Irvine OfficesTaco Bell executives are studying a strange new vocabulary emerging on this side of the border -- the lingo of its young customers.
Pipeline Firm Told California Oil Spill 'Extremely Unlikely'Nearly 1,200 pages of records, filed with state regulators by Plains All American Pipeline, detail a range of defenses the company established to guard against crude oil spills and, at the same time, prepare for the worst should a spill occur.
Company Under Fire After Demolishing 50-Year-Old Tree, Injuring Protected Baby BirdsA local company is facing public rebuke following a demolition project in which employees tore down a tree, resulting in injuries to several birds.
Former Employees Meet With PennySaver CEO In Wake Of Abrupt Shutdown Employees of the now-defunct PennySaver discount newsletter met with company officials Tuesday after operations were suddenly shut down last week.
KNX On Your Corner: Newhall Land Co.When it comes to development in the Santa Clarita Valley, it comes down to The Newhall Land Company.
Little Tokyo Seafood Processor Shut Down Over Alleged Unsanitary ConditionsProsecutors say a downtown Los Angeles food processor and distributor has been ordered to stop producing ready-to-eat smoked and pickled fish over links to listeriosis and botulism.
Pot Leaves? Cigarettes? Some Complain Halloween Costumes For Kids Go Too FarThe pot leaf costume is a favorite, so is a cigarette baby costume.
Tribune Co. To Spin Off LA Times, Other Newspaper AssetsThe owner of the Los Angeles Times will spin off the newspaper and its other publishing assets into a separate unit, according to reports Wednesday.
Gas Company Cuts Rates For Customers On Medicaid, Gov't AssistanceThe Southern California Gas Co. is urging customers who are struggling with payments to see whether they qualify for a 20 percent discount.