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Water Consulting and Engineering Firm Tetra Tech Inc. announced today it was chosen as one of seven contractors eligible to receive up to $400 million in federal dollars to aid the environmental cleanup of old U.S. Army bases.
Port Works to Keep Cargo Containers in Check
Pier pressure mounts at ports as Hanjin Shipping’s emptied containers begin to stack up.
DEVELOPMENT: Repairs to street could hinder access to Golden Triangle shops.
Beverly Hills shop owners fear doing poorly during road reconstruction near a ritzy retail strip.
After $350 million and nearly four years of construction, downtown’s shiny new federal courthouse is ready for its public debut. Although the bulk of construction was completed in August, a ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for Thursday and will feature speeches from Mayor Eric Garcetti, downtown councilman José Huizar and U.S. Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard.
The city of Los Angeles economy saw broad-based, steady growth last year, according to a report to be released this morning from Beacon Economics for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.
Representatives from business, affordable housing and labor groups officially launched their campaign Monday against an initiative on the March Los Angeles city ballot measure that would place a two-year moratorium on major development projects and place permanent restrictions on mega-developments.
Plastic bag maker moved early to get a handle on recycled content requirements.
GOVERNMENT: Open data, lawsuit reduction among Ron Galperin’s priorities.
City Controller Ron Galperin talks on how Los Angeles has greeted business-friendly policies.
Deals of the Week: A look at the companies that signed on the dotted line last week
Rand Corp. landed one of the biggest government contracts in its nearly 70-year history last week, a five-year deal worth as much as $495 million to set up a policy analysis center for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The Los Angeles City Council on Friday voted to place on the March ballot an initiative from neighborhood anti-development activists that would impose a two-year moratorium on most major building projects and sharply curtail major projects going forward.
ArbiClaims pitches speedy online deliberation as alternative to state’s crowded courtrooms
ArbiClaims believes it has settled on a successful strategy in providing speedy online arbitration
TECHNOLOGY: Campus to offer 60,000 square feet to eco-conscious businesses.
New incubator hopes to egg on green businesses.
The L.A. City Attorney’s Office has reached a $13.5 million settlement with U.S. Bank to resolve allegations that the bank allowed hundreds of foreclosed properties in Los Angeles to fall into disrepair, officials announced Thursday.
L.A. City Councilman David Ryu filed a motion Wednesday requesting that the Los Angeles Department of Transportation examine the effects of having an “autonomous transit city” and suggest steps needed to ensure the city is driverless by 2035.