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A Newbury Park insurance agent was arrested Thursday for allegedly running a commission scam by signing up more than 20 people for multiple life insurance policies without their knowledge, according to the California Insurance Department.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell last month to 6.1 percent as the county added 38,000 jobs, state figures released Friday show.
Los Angeles County Supervisors voted Tuesday to set up a new division to enforce the new minimum wage law, the Los Angeles Times reported.
PennyMac Financial Services Inc. narrowly missed analyst expectations for net income and revenue Thursday.
PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust on Wednesday reported higher revenue and net income for the third quarter.
PS Business Parks narrowly beat Wall Street expectations for funds from operations in the third quarter.
Mission Valley Bancorp posted strong results in the third quarter and is on pace for a record year, it announced Friday.
Vacation club tries Costco approach to luxury
Tourism: Bellazo finds an inexpensive entry to luxury vacation home rentals.
Health Care: Glendale doctors manager expands under reform.
Health Care: Apollo Medical Holdings reinvents itself as a Medicare provider.
Institution seeks to attract customers by destroying documents.
Banking: Why credit unions love paper-shredding parties.
Technology: MRV is back on the Nasdaq, but shares have dipped since listing.
Technology: MRV Communications regains a listing on Nasdaq.
Marketing: City could be latest to assess hotel fee to form tourism district.
Simi Valley is close to joining the growing list of local cities to establish a tourism business improvement district, or TBID.
Litigation: Proponents want funds to start service for firms and individuals.
Plans to launch a low-cost mediation service for Valley attorneys have entered the home stretch toward becoming reality.
Sure, it was a blow when ‘The Tonight Show’ moved to New York, but developer Jeff Worthe has big plans for the Media District, where he owns millions of square feet.
Development: Despite vacancies, Burbank’s Media District readies for a rebound.