California’s economy continues to grow at a slightly faster pace than the rest of the nation but appears to have moderated slightly during the first half of this year, according to the latest report by the CalChamber Economic Advisory Council.
(September 19, 2014) A CalChamber-opposed “job killer” bill that unfairly prohibits arbitration agreements and settlement agreements and will force more civil disputes into the already-overcrowded judicial system, is on the Governor’s desk.
(September 18, 2014) Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. has signed two California Chamber of Commerce-supported job creator bills.
(September 17, 2014) Whether criminals steal information on a business network, transfer money from company bank accounts or send out official emails from a company’s servers, California Chamber of Commerce members will want to learn about the risks.
With less than two weeks before the operating authority of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im) expires on Sept 30, the CalChamber and businesses across the nation are urging Congress to support legislation to reauthorize the bank.
(September 15, 2014) Numerous business priorities remain to be considered by Governor Brown once they pass enrollment, according to the CalChamber summary of the status of top priority bills for the business community.
Small Business Advocate of the Year Award: SF Entrepreneur Gets Involved to Promote Change in Community
(September 12, 2014) "When I was a young professional working in tech companies in Silicon Valley, it never occurred to me to get involved in local government," says Mark Dwight, founder and owner of Rickshaw Bagworks.
(September 11, 2014) Three California Chamber of Commerce-supported bills that will generate interest and enrollment in computer science education, an important growing sector of today’s economy, await action by the Governor.
(September 10, 2014) The California Chamber of Commerce is urging all businesses to send a letter to Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. asking that he veto AB 1897, a “job killer” bill that imposes new liabilities on innocent businesses.
CalChamber in Court: Court Issues Employer Friendly Ruling on Sexual Harassment Franchisor Liability
The California Supreme Court recently ruled that a franchisor can’t be held vicariously liable for unlawful conduct by a franchisee’s employee, where the franchisor exercises no control over the franchisee’s relevant day-to-day operations.
Tyler Scott and Naomi Charles scaled a wall at the singer's house and made off with her Maserati.
L.A. considered a “hub” for human-trafficking, part of a growing criminal industry. The billboards will be peppered throughout the county.
The average price of gasoline is at its lowest since Feb. 13.
L.A.'s 911 system was implemented 45 years ago.
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This free one-day event is open to the public.
The owner of a North Hollywood recording studio filed the suit against Synapse Strength and Conditioning, both on Weddington Street.
A Sherman Oaks man and a North Hollywood man have been indicted in the scheme. They allegedly took the information to make fake credit cards
Gov. Jerry Brown signed the legislation on Wednesday.
The problem is not that the Board and the Superintendent are not working together, the real problem is that the board is not doing it's job.
Find out how to verify that you were charged the correct amount of tax.
The forecast calls for temperatures to go down Wednesday by several degrees and again Thursday, but not before hitting triple digits today.
LAFD personnel who have friends or family seeking a firefighting job are disqualified from participating in the recruitment process.
Chamber President Gary Toebben said pushing minimum wage to $13.25 by 2017 would kill jobs and costs businesses about $10K per employee.
Teachers' requests were the tech company's command. Nearly $1 million were donated to cover specific projects.
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