Toyota Invests In Uber, Offers Lease Deals To DriversToyota is investing in Uber, making it the latest car company to put money in a ride-hailing app.
Raiders Look For Short-Term Lease Before Long-Term HomeWith the Oakland Raiders' hopes of moving to Los Angeles on hold right now, Mayor Libby Schaaf said the team's primary focus is on securing a lease to remain at the Oakland Coliseum for the 2016 season.
Inland Empire Little League Caught In Big Struggle Between 2 CitiesThe city of Ontario owns the field and rents it for $1 a year. But the lease is up and the league is out.
Angels End Talks With Anaheim On Stadium Lease The Angels have ended negotiations with the city of Anaheim over a renewed lease on the baseball team's existing stadium and are considering options for a new home ballpark.
AEG To Consolidate Offices In Historic Downtown LA Building City officials and Southland business leaders Tuesday joined AEG executives to announce the company's expansion and new investments in Los Angeles.
Is Leasing A Car A Good Idea?Leasing isn't for everyone, but under the right conditions, it can make a lot of sense.
Mayor Garcetti's Silver Lake Home For LeaseMayor Eric Garcetti's 4,000-square- foot Silver Lake home is up for lease.
Anaheim Residents To Weigh In On Future Of Angel StadiumWill the Angels leave the city of Anaheim?
USC To Take Control Of LA Coliseum The University of Southern California has won a state board's approval to take control of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for nearly a century.
Gold's Gym To Survive Google Expansion In Venice BeachInternet search giant Google is denying any plans to uproot one of the city's most iconic workout spots along Venice Beach.
USC Gains Day-To-Day Control With Newly Approved Coliseum LeaseThe Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission Monday approved a lease agreement with USC giving the university control of day-to-day operations at the historic stadium and neighboring Sports Arena for as long as 42 years.
Merchants, City Council Divided Over Plans For Walmart Store In Chinatown A campaign led by City Council members to limit the number of chain stores in Chinatown could be at odds with residents and business owners.

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