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TECHNOLOGY: Vet execs give guidance to furniture-buying app.
Veteran CEOs are helping design app Homee reshape the furniture-buying business.
DINING: Restaurant Week has goal to feed business for participating eateries.
Local eateries hope profits will be on the menu during Dine L.A. Restaurant Week, which helps restaurants entice customers with special menus that will take smaller bites out of their wallets.
PUBLISHING: Los Angeles hits annual sales high with curious category salutes.
Swimsuits – and ranked lists – sell magazines.
DINING: Sweetfin Poké angles sushi-like dish for mass market.
Co-owners of Sweetfin Poké cooked up the raw fish chain with the goal of scaling up quickly.
CONTRACTING: DWP’s feud with consultant raises specter of work exclusion.
Debarment is a little used but potentially lethal move against firms reliant on government work.
The L.A. City Attorney’s office asked a judge for permission on Friday to file additional documentation of fraud and bad behavior allegedly perpetrated by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – the contractor hired to run the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s billing system.
DEVELOPMENT: Frogtown ventures hope to get area hopping as new hot spot.
Frogtown businesses hope to ride a rising tide of visitors to the Los Angeles River neighborhood.
Iceland-based airline carrier Wow Air began flying from Los Angeles International Airport on June 15, offering regular weekly services to Reykjavik, Iceland for $99.
FOOD: Rents rise for produce wholesalers under new landlord.
Wholesalers fear being boxed out by 7th Street Produce Market’s rising rents.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Monday against several auction houses sued by artists over failure to pay them royalties as guaranteed by California law.
An independent report released Monday found that California State University should increase faculty pay by 5 percent, meeting the California Faculty Association’s demands.
A federal judge dismissed Tuesday a lawsuit filed by former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling alleging his wife, the National Basketball Association and several other actors colluded to sell the team for $2 billion without his permission.
Carl Terzian, founder and chairman of Westwood public relations firm Carl Terzian Associates, died Saturday.
Commuting and gas prices contribute to California being the second most expensive state in the nation for car ownership, according to a study by Manhattan Beach personal finance website GoBankingRates.com.
A federal judge has preliminarily ruled to disqualify the downtown L.A. law firm representing the California State Compensation Insurance Fund in a $160 million racketeering case against a consortium of health care providers.