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Mayor: Montebello Layoffs Unlikely Despite Cash Crunch

Mayor Art Barajas says the city will be able to meet payroll and does not expect any layoffs in spite of a looming cash flow crisis.

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Fed To Name Banks That Received Emergency Loans

The Federal Reserve plans to release documents on Thursday identifying financial companies that received Fed loans to survive the financial crisis.


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Money 101: Peter Guber

Peter Guber, film producer and executive, shares his winning tips to getting the most out of whatever you do in life.


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Money 101: Financial Fallout From Egypt

Ken Winans looks at the impact Egypt and other foreign political developments could have on U.S. markets.


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‘Financial Vows’ For Valentine’s Day

Some suggestions: decide once and for all what’s “Yours,” “Mine,” and “Ours”, and cut down on how much you’ll give to Uncle Same by preparing your tax return as “married filing jointly”.


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Banking With The Enemy? More Couples Cop To Financial Cheating

Everybody knows the love of money is the root of all evil, but a new study suggests Americans may love their money even more than their spouse.


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County CEO: Budget To Hurt LA Welfare-To-Work Families

The top financial official in LA County says he’s worried some of the most vulnerable families in the county will be hardest hit by the new budget plan.


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Beck Downplays Fallout From Potential LAPD Gang Unit Exodus

A standoff with officers over financial disclosure forms won’t affect the department’s response ability, according to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.


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Waters: Taxpayers Cheated On Fannie, Freddie ‘Giveaway’

Waters, a senior Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, said the settlement “may amount to a backdoor bailout that props up the bank at the expense of taxpayers”.


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LAPD Unlikely To Cut Jobs Amid Budget Crisis

Both the city’s mayor and police chief the need to maintain 9,963 police officers as Los Angeles faces a huge cash crunch.


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California Sounds Alarm on College Finances

As millions of Southland college students get set to head back to school, the heads of all three California school systems have issued a dire warning.