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The day is nearly at hand when passengers arriving at LAX will be able to hail a ride with their smartphones.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell sharply in July to 7.1 percent from 7.5 percent in June, despite massive seasonal layoffs in education, state figures released Friday show.
Sell tobacco to a kid in Los Angeles and you’ll soon get a month-long time out.
It was a step back for Uber and Lyft Wednesday as the Los Angeles City Council voted overwhelmingly to intervene in the city airport commission’s decision to allow ridesharing companies to pick up passengers at Los Angeles International Airport.
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Condoms could soon be coming to the ballot box.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell in June to 7.4 percent from 7.6 percent in May following a modest gain in employer payrolls, state figures released Friday show.
Bikesharing might finally be coming to Los Angeles.
A Los Angeles City Council committee recommended on Tuesday giving exemptions from the city’s new minimum wage ordinance to certain non-profit organizations.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate was unchanged in May at 7.6 percent amid modest job gains that left the county just short of its all-time payroll jobs peak, state figures released Friday show.
The former president of a Washington, D.C., subsidiary of Beverly Hills entertainment giant Live Nation Entertainment Inc. is facing fraud charges in connection with stealing from clients.
In a decision that could impact developers across the state, the California Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday to allow Los Angeles and other cities to require that developers provide affordable housing as a condition of getting building permits.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is scheduled to sign the city’s minimum wage hike into law this weekend, capping the wage-raising campaign he started last fall.
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Council OKs Wage Hike It’s almost officially official: The Los Angeles City Council has given final approval to a minimum wage hike in the city, sending the measure to the mayor’s desk.
L.A.’s minimum wage hike got one step closer Wednesday, but will need yet another approval from the City Council before going to Mayor Eric Garcetti.