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Business Update with Mark Lacter

Recent economic news has Wall Street nervous, downtown LA crime has some people packing up and the fall TV season gets off to a good start.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The economy is thriving in the LA region, despite the lack of a middle class; Rupert Murdoch pulls out of the satellite business and a UCLA study puts the spotlight on the working conditions of LA taxi drivers.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The recent drop in gas prices may have a downside; the E. coli outbreak is shining a spotlight on the prepackaged salad business; and a fight between the LA Times staff and the newspaper's owner goes public.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The 9/11 attacks had a great impact on the nation, but little impact on the local economy; no big changes in the August home sales numbers; and a Swedish-based clothing chain is getting a lot of buzz.

Business News Update

Steve Julian talks with business analyst Mark Lacter about the latest in business news.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The shutdown of the Boeing C-17 plant in Long Beach may not have as big of an economic impact as some are saying, tourism is up in Los Angeles and the Cheesecake Factory is falling on some sour times.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Economic forecasters drop the crystal ball; a look at some of the California businesses that are practicing energy efficiency and saving money; and Macy's looks to go national.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

We discuss whether LA might follow Chicago's lead in enacting a living wage; California as an environmental partner with Great Britain; and a local SEC investigation.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A study finds that LA is the country's most economically-segregated region, entertainment isn't the biggest show in LA business and there's a ton of money going into social networking sites, but not much coming back.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The forecast for the US economy darkens, vacant office space is hard to come by in the Southland and day laborers demand a raise in Agoura Hills.