Recently on Business Update with Mark Lacter
There's been talk for some time now about the LA Times being up for sale by the Tribune Company.
Remember during the recession when development activity in L.A. pretty much came to a halt because banks weren't lending any money, and the real estate market had nosedived? Well, the climate has been changing dramatically.
Steve Julian: The US Senate overwhelmingly approved the first part of a massive immigration package on Monday - the entire bill could be voted on later this week. This is very important legislation that has substantial support in the Senate, but there's a big question mark over it in the House.
KPCC's business analyst Mark Lacter says we'll be getting some clues about the economy this week from the Federal Reserve.
If you lived in LA County in the 1960s, you might remember the Helms bakery trucks that would bring food up and down residential streets. Donuts and bread, mostly, but it was very convenient.
KPCC's business analyst Mark Lacter says expanding Los Angeles International Airport was an issue during the LA mayor's race... and it's not going away anytime soon.