(October 30, 2014) With the election heading to the home stretch, this is the last chance to debunk some of the myths about Proposition 2. Loren Kaye in Fox and Hounds Daily
(October 29, 2014) It’s time for employers to decide what to do about Halloween celebrations at work.
(October 28, 2014) Attendees at the California Chamber of Commerce 2014 Public Affairs Conference can look forward to hearing what two dynamic California women have to say on a number of topics important to the nation and state’s economic future.
(October 27, 2014) Newspapers statewide are recommending that voters reject California Chamber of Commerce-opposed Proposition 46, a trial lawyer-sponsored measure that seeks to increase the cap on noneconomic damages for medical malpractice lawsuits
(October 24, 2014) Taking action on issues that matter to him has been second nature to Redondo Beach business leader Michael Jackson for decades.
CalChamber Capitol Report: Fact Sheet Explains New Law Creating Liability for Employers Who Contract for Labor
(October 23, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce today released a fact sheet on a sweeping new law that will impose liability on employers who contract for labor and services.
(October 22, 2014) Newspapers statewide are recommending that voters reject CalChamber-opposed Prop 45, which requires the Insurance Commissioner to approve rates for all health insurance coverage before it can be sold to consumers.
(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.
Built in 1986, the depot has gotten a $3.6 million makeover.
Signature gathering has begun.
The inspection fee is aimed at strengthening the city’s four-year-old Foreclosure Registry program to track such properties.
"It happens more often than you think,” said Lt. Paul Vernon.
"Today we’re establishing a statewide, standard protocol requiring some level of quarantine for those at highest risk" -- Dr. Ron Chapman
When a woman returned to a nail salon to give a forgotten tip, two men hopped into her open car, which had her keys and purse.
The cost of adopting a rabbit will go up from $56 to $71 in order to include the $15 microchipping fee.
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Students have had trouble getting transcripts, and being able to enroll in classes they need.
“I have absolutely NOT endorsed either candidate in this supervisor’s election,’’ Zev Yaroslovsky says.
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The actress, also known for her roles in "Honey, I Shrunk" movies, died Friday at her home in Sherman Oaks. She was 66.
Halloween is less than a week away. If your kids don't have a costume, here are some ideas for things you can make at the last minute.
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Among his legal problems was a traffic crash in Toluca Lake.
The Los Angeles Fire Department will start releasing response time data to the public once a month.