(October 21, 2014) Southern California is one of the leading global hubs for Japanese companies, according to a recent survey by the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Los Angeles and the Japan Business Association of Southern California (JBA).
(October 20, 2014) With just two weeks until the General Election, newspapers up and down the state have published editorials urging a “yes” vote on California Chamber of Commerce-supported Proposition 2.
(October 17, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce has released a report of California legislators’ floor votes for the second year of the 2013-14 legislative session, focusing on priority bills to the state’s business community.
(October 16, 2014) With just weeks until the General Election, newspapers up and down the state have published editorials urging a “yes” vote on CalChamber-supported Proposition 1.
(October 15, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce is urging its members to register to vote for the November 4 General Election before the October 20 deadline.
(October 14, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce was well represented at recent gatherings of export and international trade specialists nationwide in Washington, D.C.
(October 13, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce is joining Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr in supporting Propositions 1 and 2 on the November ballot.
(October 10, 2014) Benjamin Franklin said the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. In California, add two more: drought and boom-and-bust tax revenues. What goes up often comes crashing down.
(October 9, 2014) Join the California Chamber of Commerce on November 5 for an insightful webinar that provides an overview of the state’s new paid sick leave law.
(October 8, 2014) Gov. Jerry Brown spoke to the United Nations Climate Summit last month.
Broadcast specialist Dae McDonald is featured in a magazine that reaches 86 high schools nationwide. And in TV commercials.
Council members tentatively back a proposal to ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops in the city.
Cortines’ contract with the district calls for him to receive an annual salary of $300,000, which is $50,000 less than John Deasy’s salary.
Oh, Farhad Opiani quickly knew he was holding a $250K Lotto ticket he bought in North Hollywood. Then, he decided to hold on to it some more
The rank-and-file members of the Los Angeles Fire Department would get no raise this year, but a 2 percent increase next summer.
If the colored lenses aren't dispensed by an eye care professional, you could be risking injury, even blindness.
Here's how to get registered just in the nick of time.
The suspect’s car, a newer white Mercedes Benz, had been going north in the number two lane on Lankershim when it struck the woman.
Emmy-winning director Michael Cuesta ("Homeland") talks about his new movie, "Kill the Messenger," and his 'shorthand' with Jeremy Renner.
The Music Center’s Very Special Arts Festival gives students with disabilities the rare opportunity to overcome their challenges.
The move comes after the makers of an app known as MonkeyParking said they plan to launch service in Los Angeles County.
Frank Lyga is also accused of saying he could have killed "a whole truckload" of African-Americans.
He will remain with the district on “special assignment” until Dec. 31.
The Green Man welcomes the community to meet our staff of practitioners at the Psychic & Metaphysical Healers Faire, Sat October 18, 2014
The school board authorized its lawyers several weeks ago to begin negotiating a separation agreement with lawyers for John Deasy.
State High Court Won't Review Case Against Man Convicted of a Series of Armed Robberies in the Valley
David Cesar Santos was found guilty in October 2012 of six counts of second-degree robbery, including two in North Hollywood.
Four groups represented the bulk of victims of hate crimes, with 82 percent being either black, lesbian women/gay men, Jewish or Latino.
Officers searched Leah Wilcken’s home and found a shotgun and four more handguns that were not locked up nor properly stored, police say.
Once again, Tamar Galatzan fails to protect the taxpayers of the LAUSD. BLOG
If this doesn't get you in the Halloween spirit, nothing will!