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L.A. to Toughen Enforcement of Alcohol Sales at Gas Stations

A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday in favor of adopting stricter enforcement of the sale of alcoholic beverages at gas stations in an effort to reduce... Read more »

L.A.’s ‘Creative Economy’ Gets Boost From City

Mayor Eric Garcetti this week announced the start of a program aimed to support Los Angeles’ creative economy. LA Original is a pilot program to spotlight and... Read more »

Equifax Breach: Fraud Alert or Credit Freeze – Which Is Right For You?

Considering a fraud alert or credit freeze? In the aftermath of the Equifax data breach, many people are. You don’t need to be an identity theft victim to use... Read more »

Amazon Looking for Second Home: L.A. Will Make a Bid

Amazon officials announced plans today to open a second headquarters in a large city where the company will employ up to 50,000 workers, and Los Angeles is one of... Read more »

Settlement Could Bring Millions In Loan Debt Relief to Defrauded Corinthian

Former students who took out private loans to attend now-defunct Corinthian colleges will be eligible for more than $51 million in loan relief, under a settlement... Read more »

Port of L.A. Surpasses 2020 Clean Air Goal

The Port of Los Angeles achieved record clean air gains in 2016 while also moving a record level of cargo, according to a report released Friday. The 2016 Inventory... Read more »

Council Grapples With Issues In Franchise Waste System

With complaints rolling in about higher rates and poorer service related to the new franchise waste hauling system, a Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday... Read more »

LALCC Singles Out Latino Business Stars

Kenneth and Sean Salas, (pictured left) co-founders of Camino Financial, received the “Rising Star Award” at the 8th Annual Latino Business Awards, hosted... Read more »

Labor Advocates Lament Lack of Protections in New Foreign-Worker Visas

SACRAMENTO – Criticism is coming in from worker’s-rights groups on the Trump administration’s announcement Monday that it will allow an additional 15,000... Read more »

Your Credit Score Soon Will Get A Buffer From Medical-Debt Wrecks

For many consumers, an unexpected health care calamity can quickly burgeon into a financial calamity. Just over half of all the debt that appears on credit reports... Read more »

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