Hundreds Of Citations Given To LA Businesses For Lack Of COVID ComplianceMore than 600 citations have been given to local businesses, houses of worship, and other establishments by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health due to lack of compliance with COVID-19 regulations. 
'We Are Asking For Your Help': Vroman's Bookstore In Pasadena In Danger Of Going Out Of Business After 126 YearsThe Colorado Street bookstore, which first opened in Pasadena in 1894, has survived the proliferation of bookstore giants like Borders and Barnes & Nobles and the rise of online retail giant Amazon, which got its start in the book business.
Mayor Garcetti, Businessman Eli Broad Defend Wage Plan: 'This Is The Way Forward'After Mayor Eric Garcetti announced his hopes of increasing LA's minimum wage over the next three years, the plan was met with large amounts of both support and opposition.
Small Business Owners Say ADA Lawsuits Are About Money, Not Helping DisabledThe American Disabilities Act is designed to help the disabled, but are continual lawsuits hurting businesses?
State Insurance Commissioner Calls Anthem Blue Cross' Rate Hikes 'Unreasonable'California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones is accusing Anthem Blue Cross of placing an "unreasonable" rate increase on small businesses.
Small, Mid-Sized Business Sales Up More Than 16 Percent Compared To Last YearNovember sales of small and mid-sized businesses in L.A. County were up more than 16 percent compared with last year, an online business network announced Tuesday.