Good Technology has been stealthily stealing Blackberry's enterprise clients with a simple pitch: Its secure platform lets employees access the corporate server on their personal device, be it an Apple iPhone or Android, NBC reports.
The Los Angeles Times looks at some concept cars shown at the 2013 L.A. Auto Show that have a realistic chance of coming to market.
Marc Faber, editor and publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, told CNBC this morning that he believes a "massive speculative bubble" has encroached on everything from stocks and bonds to Bitcoin and farmland.
A fire has ripped through a Bangladesh garment factory supplying major Western retailers such as Gap Inc. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Reuters reports. No casualties were reported; arson is suspected.
UnitedHealthcare, the nation’s largest Medicare Advantage insurer, has been upsetting customers by eliminating large numbers of doctors from its Medicare Advantage network, USA Today reports.
The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club has grown increasingly litigious, learning to employ the legal system to protect the recognizable symbols of their organization, the New York Times reports.
In Friday morning trading, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 61 points to 16,158. The Nasdaq rose 22 points to 4,067. The S&P 500 rose 6 points to 1,813.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Tuesday ordered a Sriracha hot sauce plant in Irwindale be partially shut down in response to odor complaints from nearby residents, the Los Angeles Times reports.
A wintry blast of heavy rain, wind and snow across the eastern United States could disrupt plans on Wednesday for millions of people traveling ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Reuters reports.
President Barack Obama put the klieg light on Hollywood on Tuesday, calling the motion picture and television industry an engine of growth and a beacon in a recovering economy, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Visual effects workers gathered Tuesday at a park in Glendale and marched about a mile to police lines outside DreamWorks Animation, where President Obama was speaking, to protest foreign subsidies that they say are driving visual effects works out of the United States, the Hollywood Reporter says.
Union Station Homeless Services will not be serving home-prepared dishes donated by Pasadena-area residents at its annual Thanksgiving meal this year. The Pasadena Health Department informed the agency that it could no longer serve food items that were not prepared in approved locations, Southern California Public Radio reports.
In six years, Blackstone Group has transformed Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. into the largest hotel company by rooms, more than doubling its $6 billion investment. The Wall Street Journal reports that the growth came not by expanding Hilton's empire of company-owned hotels, but by renting out Hilton's brand names such as Hilton Garden Inn and Doubletree to franchisees.
Phillips 66, which operates refineries across California, is moving forward with a plan to build a rail terminal in San Luis Obispo County that would send trains with up to 80 tank cars of crude oil through Southern California and the Bay Area, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Big chains are on a charm offensive to show they appreciate their employees and respect the holiday. But some people are calling for a store boycott on turkey day, the Los Angeles Times reports.