Since October of last year, the Los Angeles County labor market added 56,600 jobs. Nearly a third came in the leisure and hospitality sector.
Daniel Loeb didn’t attend Sony’s first-ever “entertainment investor day”, but his campaign to break up the company was very much at issue during the Culver City event.
A deal that appeared in jeopardy has finally been completed. The parent company of the OC Register has purchased The Press-Enterprise in Riverside.
The Dow Jones industrial average is closing above 16,000 for the first time as encouraging news on the job market pushes stocks higher.
A Silicon Valley jury on Thursday ordered Samsung Electronics to pay Apple $290 million for copying vital iPhone and iPad features.
Top management said to expect other cost-cutting measures in comments made during a Sony Pictures Entertainment investor conference in Culver City.
It's still unclear how soon Californians could qualify to receive a portion of the $4 billion earmarked for borrower's relief nationwide.
Tribune, the owner of the LA Times and seven other daily newspapers, said the job cuts were needed 'to ensure the long-term vitality' of its publishing division.
Auto manufacturers are packing more digital electronics into their vehicles, but experts don't expect it to mean the death of AM and FM.
In a "fast pitch" event, entrepreneurs competed before a panel of judges to pitch new auto apps, such as one that "barks" if drivers try to use their cells while driving.
The battery-caused fires have sparked concern about the safety of the electric cars. Tesla says their cars are no more prone to fires than regular gasoline-powered cars.
JP Morgan Chase & Co. reached a record $13 billion settlement Tuesday with state and federal agencies, including almost $300 million for California.
Kathy Thomson said in a staff memo that it is with “mixed feelings” she is “moving on to another challenging opportunity.” She will leave at the end of the month.
The Los Angeles Daily News, Long Beach Press-Telegram and San Gabriel Valley Tribune are among the local newspapers that will begin charging a digital subscription fee this week.
The Press-Enterprise's parent company A.H. Belo is considering its options, including looking at new buyers for the Riverside newspaper.
The Teamsters union has been trying to organize truck drivers at the nation's ports for years. Local trucking companies and drivers each accuse each other of intimidation.