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INSURANCE: Industry expo serves up chance to discuss employee coverage.
The hottest topic at last week’s 2013 Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo wasn’t the latest in ergonomic chef knives or the annual Culinary Clash cook-off. It was Obamacare.
The adult film industry remained under a production moratorium Thursday after one performer tested positive for HIV.
A federal judge has ruled that some sections of Los Angeles County’s mandatory condom law for adult film production are unconstitutional and cannot be enforced.
TRANSPORTATION: Cabbies fear apps have edge in fare fight.
App-driven ride services and taxi companies are still puzzling out a roadmap to share L.A.’s streets.
Los Angeles County’s unemployment rate rose to 9.9 percent in July as county payrolls declined by 30,000 jobs, according to state figures released Friday.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday announced his appointments to the Board of Airport Commissioners, with only one holdover from the Villaraigosa administration.
ENERGY: Utilities say proposed charge needed to offset losses.
Solar panel installers are steamed that utilities are pointing at their customers to justify a proposed $10 per household fee.
Even after the fiasco that led to the permanent shutdown of his company’s San Onofre nuclear power plant, Edison International Chief Executive Theodore Craver is willing to go nuclear again.
A federal judge has allowed representatives from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation to remain as parties in the legal challenge to a countywide measure requiring condom usage in adult film productions.
GOVERNMENT: Operator facing loss of L.A. facilities seeks do-over on process.
Parking contractor has lots to lose as city plans to bring in different facility management.
Early classroom focus will work to develop skilled employees, writes David Crippens
Coast firms try to head off galloping regulators
Coastal property owners and business groups battle bill that would let state commission levy fines without a court’s OK.
OP-ED: Out-of-state pro athlete’s workers’ comp claims put stress on California’s system.
Out-of-state athletes are scoring healthy workers’ comp payouts in California, warns Gary L. Toebben.
Narrowed field helps oil companies run up prices, according to Charlie Feder.
Paving the way for a major change to the city’s skyline, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved the controversial development of two skyscrapers that will tower over Hollywood’s famed Capitol Records building.