The U.S. economy should be singing “Hooray for Hollywood,” according to new data from the federal government.
Retailers across Southern California opened their doors early Friday for what is considered the unofficial start to the Christmas shopping season.
California’s unemployment rate rose for the second consecutive month in August, to 8.9 percent, even as the state added more than 29,000 jobs, the state Employment Development Department said Friday.
A slower-than-expected recovery in the housing market and looming health care reform deadlines could limit economic growth in California, according to a report released Thursday.
Supporters and protestors alike showed up as President Barack Obama’s motorcade concluded it’s first day in the Southland at the Hilton Hotel in Woodland Hills.
Delta Airlines announced Friday that they are bringing back hourly shuttle service between LAX and SFO.
Approximately 18.5 million people attended area sports events last year, ranging from major league sports like baseball and basketball, to the L.A. Marathon.
Officials at the Port of L.A. say their cruise business took a real dip during the recession, but now it’s steaming back.
A new study says cyber attacks may pose the biggest threat to disrupting economic activity at ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach.
California’s unemployment rate fell to 8.6 percent in May, marking the first time in nearly five years the jobless number has dipped below 9 percent, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday.
After languishing for nearly two decades, the once-vibrant Westwood Village is desperate to make a comeback.
Slow but steady job growth in California and across the United States will likely improve the Southland job market within two years, according to an economic forecast released Wednesday.
Even with gas prices well over $4 per gallon, a new tax ordered by state regulators is set to bring more pain to the pump.
Gas prices in Southern California rose again on Monday, leaving some drivers paying over $5.00 per gallon.
Angelenos and residents throughout California are more optimistic about the state’s economic prospects than at any time since the recession in 2007, according to a survey released Thursday.