In an interview with KPCC, LA Register publisher Aaron Kushner says The Register's local focus and right of center politics will help it stand out from The LA Times.
The new discount supermarket sparked fears that it would devastate local small businesses; 13 months later, some businesses are thriving while others struggle.
Relativity Media fails in a last-minute $1.1 billion offer for Maker Studios
Relativity Media offers up to $1.1 billion for Maker Studios. Pratt & Whitney may leave San Diego. More than 1,000 people gather at UCLA hackathon.
West Hollywood rethinks the aesthetics and economics of billboards on the Sunset Strip. City officials will unveil a new pole that looks like modern sculpture.
A newly-signed executive order reinforces a right that's existed for nearly 80 years: Employees can discuss compensation Here's what you should know.
Maker Studios ex-CEO and other executives are suing to block a shareholder vote on Disney's plan to acquire the Culver City-based digital video company.
Rep. Henry Waxman wrote another letter to Tribune Co.'s CEO, saying media and business experts are also concerned about how the newspaper spin-off is structured.
While Boeing is still moving forward to close a production plant in Long Beach, the company announced it will move 1,000 jobs to two Southern California cities by 2016.
In Volaris, Ontario Airport gets its first new airline since 2007. But it also adds a competitor in flights to Guadalajara.
Google will sell the "Explorer" version of Glass to any U.S. resident who places an online order beginning 9 a.m. PDT April 15. The product will cost $1,500.
The company says the move will tap into existing engineering talent in California and improve customer service by putting its resources in a single location.
The L.A. Register launches next week and has new bureaus in San Fernando Valley, Hermosa Beach, Pasadena and downtown L.A.
CBS says the location of the show will be determined and announced at a later date. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has pushed to bring the show here.
The Irwindale City Council's action gives the factory 90 days to make changes to stop the spicy odors that prompted complaints from some residents last fall.
There were 300,000 applications filed last week — the fewest since May 2007. Economists say the data are another sign that the labor market is gaining some strength.