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‘I feel like we are all captive actors in the absurdist play “Waiting for Godot.” We are illogically sitting around, waiting for a vaccine to arrive. But a vaccine may be months away or even longer, and there is no assurance that it will be quickly deployable or even very effective.’
‘Our political leaders know about running an economy as much as those guys on “Tiger King” know about Verdi opera.’
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday outlined a cautious plan to reopen the virtually shuttered California economy in phases in the coming weeks as COVID-19 cases stabilize.
Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong appears to be the ideal owner for Los Angeles Times.
‘Before you imperil thousands of businesses and crush a million dreams, shouldn’t you be pretty sure of what you’re doing?’
Shocking plunges in the stock markets in recent weeks have prompted frantic calls from investors to their wealth managers.
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.
I live in one of those very suburban neighborhoods that was built for kids.
I wasn’t surprised by last week’s announcement that the Sears store in the Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks will soon close.
Van Nuys Airport takes off with the business world’s increasing use of private jets.
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.
The homelessness problem locally ranks as a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10, and the business community in the San Fernando Valley strongly supports the city’s proposal to put temporary homeless shelters in in each council district.
‘We may look back on this moment as an opportunity that was lost.’
It’s dispiriting to see business improvement districts attacked by an academic group in league with a homeless advocate.
Do you know what really was deflating when California’s High-Speed Rail Authority issued its latest report a few weeks ago?