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Business Update with Mark Lacter

The Pellicano case is impacting some of LA's most prominent law firms, the future of the LA County Federation of Labor is up in the air as its leader reportedly faces criminal charges and what does the future hold for gas prices?

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The top business stories of southern California with Mark Lacter of the Los Angeles Business Journal.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The ports of LA and Long Beach are enjoying success - at a price, office space is shrinking in Hollywood and not everyone's happy about reforms to the worker's comp system.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Fears about runaway production in Los Angeles may be overblown, top executives in California are earning big pensions and the NFL could be close to finalizing stadium lease terms with two Southern California cities.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A Minnesota-based supermarket chain buys Albertsons, LA's jobless rate takes a big jump and Governor Schwarzenegger's infrastructure plan will need more than money, but also workers.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Long Beach officials and Boeing try to save the C-17 program, Insurance Commissioner John Garamendi wants to change how insurers base their rates and there's more signs that a housing peak may be near.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Governor Schwarzenegger is getting set to propose a hike in the minimum wage, Los Angeles-area stocks were up for the year and downtown hotels will be getting more rooms.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A look at the top Southern California business news in 2005, theater owners look for ways to remedy the decline in ticket sales and Los Angeles drinking establishments are charging lots of money for liquor.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A new report breaks down LA's economy, the merger of two healthcare giants gets the OK and a quarter billion dollar job at LAX goes to a company that has come under scrutiny in the past.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

LA Business Journal editor Mark Lacter says the median price of an existing home has risen to $525,000.