The general manager running the legendary luxury-liner-turned-hotel RMS Queen Mary has sent a letter to staff and management of the ship’s numerous shops, telling them they have 30 days to vacate the ship to make room for newer retail shops.
City officials are hoping a $20 million shopping center project set to open for business in South Los Angeles will spur the local economy and attract investors.
The city of West Hollywood’s ban on single-use plastic grocery bags will expand Tuesday to all retails stores.
Los Angeles Thursday got a first look at the new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) at LAX.
The California jobless rate inched down slightly in October even as the state issued a dire warning that federal help for the long-term unemployed may soon run out.
A special meeting of the Santa Monica planning commission Wednesday drew quite a crowd, as people sounded off over a brewing land dispute involving some prime real estate with million-dollar ocean views.
Roughly 100 to 120 Sears and Kmart stores are closing after a dismal holiday season. During the eight weeks leading up to Christmas, sales fell 4.4 percent at Kmart stores and six percent at Sears.
UPS officials say they will deliver 26 million packages worldwide Thursday. UPS is expecting to handle more than 120 million packages over the course of the week.
Struggling clothing company American Apparel Inc. is teaming up with eBay Inc. to create an online store within eBay’s auction web site due to strong demand for its products there.
While many lawmakers expect an estimated $200 million windfall from firms that maintain a “physical presence” in California, former State Senator George Runner is not one of them.
99-Cents Only and other stores are seeing their sales decline after years of growth — and one analyst said on Monday it’s another sign of even deeper downturn.
Retailers reported muted May revenue growth on Thursday as bad weather and worry over the rising cost of living held back shoppers’ demand for spring and summer merchandise.
Consumers may be warming up to the Christmas shopping season despite a still-chilly economic climate, and that may mean more jobs — at least temporarily.
A Target store about half the size of a city block is coming to downtown Los Angeles and expected to create 250 jobs, thanks to a lease agreement signed on Thursday.