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Bottega Louie rents space in a historic office building across 7th Street for a kitchen, tasting room, training facilities and offices.
One of the pioneers behind a lively strip of new bars and restaurants in downtown Los Angeles has launched plans to expand.
The Megatoys property on Garey Street in the arts district will be demolished to make way for two five-story buildings with 320 apartments, shops and restaurants.
Two vacant warehouses in downtown Los Angeles’ growing arts district are being demolished to make way for a 320-unit apartment complex above stores and restaurants.
The increase in reservations for upscale hotel rooms and first- or business-class airline seats may be benefiting executives, not middle managers and lower-level workers.
With the lingering effects of the Great Recession slowly disappearing, more business travelers are reserving high-priced hotel rooms and booking roomier seats in the front of the plane.
A Glendale collection agency has agreed to pay $ 1 million to resolve a lawsuit accusing it of sending unlawful text messages to debtors and inappropriately disclosing the debts to their family, friends and co-workers.
There’s a rush for golden smartphones, and Apple and Samsung are scrambling to meet the demand.
WASHINGTON — The nation’s debt limit must be raised by Oct. 17 to avoid a potential default, Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew told congressional leaders Wednesday in setting a firmer deadline for lawmakers to break a stalemate.
A leading index of 20 U.S. cities showed July home prices rose 1.8% over June and 12.4% from a year earlier, but price increases are slowing.
The pace of home price gains appears to be slowing nationally, even as metropolitan markets posted strong year-over-year increases in July, according to a leading index.
Facebook shares have more than doubled in the last 52 weeks to nearly $ 50, well above the IPO price, as more experts recommend buying them.
SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook Inc. has just one question for Wall Street: How do you like me now?
What’s needed is a statewide, or even regionwide, solution to the problem of limited water supply and burgeoning demand.
STATEN ISLAND, Calif. — The Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta is one of the most biologically diverse and ecologically sensitive areas in the country and the source of 30% of Southern California’s water. It’s also broken.
Developers are building apartments at a fast pace in Southern California, but they’re not creating new supply quickly enough to force down rents, a USC report said.