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Yahoo is laying off 90 workers in Burbank and closing its office there. It's part of a company-wide downsizing and a consolidation of its L.A. presence in Silicon Beach.Add your comments
The LA County Board of Supervisors voted to establish a Center for Financial Empowerment this fall to help low-income residents file taxes and access bank accounts.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejected a lawsuit by telecom, cable and wireless industry associations against new rules that expanded federal oversight of Internet service providers.
LinkedIn, based in Mountain View, California, has more than 430 million members. Users can connect with professionals, upload their resumes and search for jobs on its site and apps.
Most economists say the so-called Brexit vote might upset trade deals, financial markets and currencies.
For the past seven years, the price of commercial real estate has been climbing. But a new economic forecast from UCLA says that bull run could be ending.
Lending Club, a leader in the peer-to-peer marketplace, is mired in scandal. The finance technology industry, known as FinTech, is dissecting what it means for online lending.
The new version of Tesla's Model S, called the Model S 60, starts at $66,000.
The project hasn't broken ground, but it has regulatory approval to cover about 190 miles from Las Vegas to the Mojave Desert city of Victorville.
Economic uncertainty, steep prices and down payments are just some of the hurdles that get in the way of plans for homeownership, according to a new report.
The L.A. city council voted to give almost $200 million worth of tax subsidies to a developer building a four-star hotel complex downtown.
The city plans to use the designation to help residents and businesses take advantage of opportunities created by the area's existing and planned light rail lines.
The latest monthly jobs report showed a sharp slowdown in hiring — something economists didn't see the drop coming.
The rate fell for a problematic reason: Nearly a half-million jobless Americans stopped looking for work and so were no longer officially counted as unemployed.
The renaming is so far the only tangible change following a shareholder vote earlier Thursday that ratified Tribune's slate of directors.
The Cecil Hotel has long been a Los Angeles landmark because of its sordid past. Now it may become home to a new housing development.