“Green-related jobs are among the fastest growing sector,” says Geoff Atkins of American Solar Direct.
The defense attorney for former mayor Oscar Hernandez was too uneducated to know whether his six-figure salary was illegal.
Thousands of University of California employees and students were expected to take part in protests at campuses statewide on Thursday over what one workers’ union alleges to be skyrocketing executive compensation.
Testimony began Friday morning in the fraud trial of Bell’s ex-Mayor, Oscar Hernandez, and five former city council members.
Opening statements were heard Thursday morning in the trial of Bell’s ex-Mayor, Oscar Hernandez, and five former city council members.
Six former officials of the scandal-ridden city of Bell go on trial this week in a massive corruption case that nearly bankrupted the Los Angeles suburb.
At least one City Council member said a vote will not go forward unless allegations of higher-than-average salaries at the utility are addressed.
The California State University board of trustees has approved a plan to ask campus foundations to pay for raises of up to 10 percent for incoming campus presidents.
The chancellor of Cal State Long Beach got an earful from outraged students Tuesday night, as he threw a pricey party.
Mlbtraderumors.com crunched the numbers and came out with projections for every arbitration eligible player in the majors, and according to the data, Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw are in for a big raise.
The city controller of Los Angeles will conduct a “top-to-bottom” audit of finances at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
The biggest factor behind the top salaries: payouts for unused vacation and sick time that sometimes doubled an employee’s base salary.
The state Legislature is debating whether to disband the industrial city with a population of less than 100, which has been mired in allegations of corruption.
A case against former Bell officials alleging waste of public funds has been thrown out in a ruling.
City Controller Wendy Greuel says some departments in Los Angeles are spending far too much on salaries.