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Private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management is offering $9.4 billion for Safeway, the nation's second-largest grocery, and plans to combine it with Albertson's.
In an interview with the AP, Dorian S. Nakamoto, 64, said he had never heard of Bitcoin until his son told him he had been contacted by a reporter three weeks ago.
What company will break through as the next Google or Twitter? Hundreds of investors have been gathering in Santa Monica, trying to find the next smash start-up.
Eddy Hartenstein, who has been publisher at the L.A. Times since 2008, will move into a new role as non-executive chairman of Tribune Publishing.
Disney Interactive said it is restructuring its business to focus on "a streamlined suite of high quality digital products."
DirecTV is in talks with Walt Disney Co to license the rights to offer Disney's broadcast and cable channels. Newsweek has tracked down the inventor of the virtual currency -- in Temple City.
Google Capital invests $50 million in Irvine-based Auction.com, a company that describes itself as eBay for real estate. Auction.com has about 900 employees.
Google has publicly opposed the government’s collection of metadata. Schmidt is now part of a White House panel that will make new recommendations.
900 jobs in El Segundo at stake if the federal budget doesn't include more orders of the Super Hornet and Growler fighter jets.
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Bad weather may be at least partly to blame for the relatively low number of jobs added to private payrolls last month. Economists expect to hear more about February's slow growth later this week.
RadioShack said it would close up to 1,100 underperforming stores nationwide. The retailer hasn't named the locations of those stores.
What it lacks in size, Santa Monica’s OASIS: The Montgomery Summit tries to make up for with an alluring pitch: We might make you very rich.
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The extension beyond this June comes as Comcast seeks approval for its $45 billion purchase of Time Warner Cable, which will extend its lead as the nation's top pay TV and Internet access provider.