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City of Commerce Projects 300K Budget Surplus

While the numbers are still preliminary, the City of Commerce is projecting a budget surplus for the first time in years. Current projections do not include revenues... Read more »

Vernon Residents Head to Ballot Mail Box April 9

Hoping to address the city budget deficit, Vernon residents will be voting by mail on a business tax, parcel tax and a utility user’s tax during next week’s... Read more »

Wells Fargo Commits Billions In Lending to Women-Owned Businesses

Announcing a large expansion of its 18-year-old women’s lending commitment, Wells Fargo earlier this month committed to lending $55 billion to women-owned businesses... Read more »

Few Women, Minority Writers Get TV or Cable Show Jobs

Women and minority writers made gains in Hollywood employment over the past decade, but their representation still lags far behind the demographics of the U.S. population,... Read more »

CEO of Vernon Based True Religion to Step Down

True Religion Apparel Inc. founder Jeff Lubell is stepping down as chairman, CEO, creative director and employee of the jeans company he founded a decade ago, the... Read more »

Commission to Review L.A. Budget Deficit

Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Mickey Kantor will announce the names of a 12-member independent commission Thursday charged with developing budget-balancing ideas... Read more »

Record Number of Tourists Visited Los Angeles Last Year

Tourists visited Los Angeles in record numbers last year, injecting billions of dollars into the local economy, according to a newly released study commissioned... Read more »

Bell Gardens Delays Start of State Homemade Food Act

Small-scale food businesses that sell out of their home kitchens were deemed legal earlier this year by passage of a state law to recognize them as “cottage food... Read more »

United States “Sequestration” Cuts Could Harm Black, Latino Babies

Thousands of unborn Americans have no say on whether the process of across-the-board federal budget cuts – the so-called “sequestration” — should move... Read more »

L.A. County Puts $15 Million into Affordable Housing

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday committed to spend $15 million on affordable housing, using money from redevelopment agency accounts dissolved... Read more »

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