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In what may be its final earnings report as a stand-alone company, ReachLocal on Friday announced a second-quarter net loss that was much narrower than a year ago.
You may have seen recent news accounts about how home sales have slowed nationwide.
Are Californians finally fed up with unreasonably high gasoline prices?
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong appears to be the ideal owner for Los Angeles Times.
California’s manufacturers are still on the ropes. Yet the legislature seems intent on delivering the knockout smackeroo.
The Walt Disney Co.’s possible purchase of the entertainment assets of 21st Century Fox may result in Robert Iger staying on as Disney’s chief executive, according to a report Wednesday in the Wall Street Journal.
ONE MORE THING: Newhall development could end L.A.’s housing crisis.
It’s outrageous that the average cost to build a city-subsidized apartment for the homeless has climbed to $559,000 with highest per-unit cost now at $746,000.
True or false?: The business community in the San Fernando Valley supports the city’s idea to house the homeless temporarily in specified areas in each council district.
MannKind Corp.’s sales effort fails to deliver, so far; California’s secession threats show divisions between right and left.
Recently, I got a note from a local business executive telling me he was retiring and moving out of California.
Shocking plunges in the stock markets in recent weeks have prompted frantic calls from investors to their wealth managers.
‘We may look back on this moment as an opportunity that was lost.’
You’ve heard that if a National Football Conference team wins the Super Bowl in January, it’ll be a bull market that year? Or that when hemlines rise, so do stock prices? Superstitions like those are pretty stupid.