Whole Foods To Cut 1,500 Jobs In Effort To Lower PricesThe grocery chain is cutting 1.6 percent of its workforce over the next eight weeks as it looks to lower prices and keep up with competition.
Only On 2: Riverside Business Owner Fed Up With Third Car Accident Outside His Shop"Angry, upset. The whole works. I'm going to be losing business," Mario Tomassian said.
Drought-Resistant Turf Costing Some Glendale Business OwnersThe transition to drought-resistant plants may be bringing in less green to some local businesses in one Glendale neighborhood.
Studio City Tries To Return To Normal Following Deadly Officer-Involved ShootingThe chaos forced dozens of businesses to shut down for the entire afternoon and evening.
Historic Malibu Business Known For Helping Those In Need Gets Eviction NoticeA historic Malibu business is on the verge of being history after receiving an eviction notice.
Move Over, Silicon Valley! Tech Startups Flock To LAInvestors say the L.A. area is booming with tech companies and expert more start-ups to come.
Dodger Fans Hopeful As Charter May Announce $55B Plan To Buy Time Warner CableTwo of the largest cable companies in Southern California may merge into one, which may mean big news for Dodger fans who have been locked out of watching games on television.
Huntington Park Police Warn Business Owners About Extortion ScamAuthorities say in each case an unknown male caller contacted local businesses claiming to be from a local street and/or prison gang. The caller demands money be wired in exchange for protection.
Weight Watchers Founder Jean Nidetch Dies At 91She was carrying 214 pounds on her 5-foot-7 frame when she went to an obesity clinic sponsored by the New York City Board of Health in 1961 and began picking up tips that slowly seemed to work.
Caught On Camera: Burglars Steal Safe, Leave It On Sidewalk As Patrol Car Drives ByPolice need the public’s help to identify the suspects who broke into a business to steal a safe, but had to abandon it when a police patrol unit passed by.
Students Create GPS Tracking Device For Special Needs Individuals As Part Of AssignmentA group of Costa Mesa students, using a teen with special needs as one of their inspirations, developed a GPS tracking device for children, Alzheimer's sufferers, and others with disabilities as part of an assignment.
Venice Residents Frustrated As Business Owners Hold Closed Meeting Over Growing Security ProblemTwo days after Clabe Hartley's finger was bitten off by a transient, the Venice business owner had hoped to share his concerns with the community. But even he was turned away.
Fresh & Easy Announces Closure Of 50 Locations; 30 In Southland"We've identified about 50 locations," CEO Jim Keyes said, "that we believe truly are better suited to a a different type of retail."
UC Berkeley Study: $15.25 Minimum Wage Would Raise Quality Of Life For 600K AngelenosA proposal to hike the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15.25 per hour by 2019 would have more benefits than drawbacks, according to UC Berkeley report.
Creator Of Nutella, Italy's Richest Man Dies At 89The company's brand includes Nutella (first sold in 1964), Kinder, Tic Tacs, Mon Cheri and Kinder Eggs.