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The area has undergone dramatic change since 2000 and the process of turning it into a 24-hour urban center is accelerating, Derrick Moore of Avison Young says.
Downtown Los Angeles has changed dramatically in the past dozen years from being known as a high-rise office park ringed by poverty to an actual neighborhood where thousands live and more come to play.
Liberty Media plans to spin off the premium TV network in 2013 along with sister channel Encore. The move raises the stakes for Starz and its CEO.
Pay-TV channel Starz is trying to chart a new orbit.
Activists criticize the Mexican billionaire’s business practices, and regulators say TracFone should pay the state the same fees that other telecom firms do.
SACRAMENTO — A prepaid cellular company controlled by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is taking fire as it moves to expand in the lucrative California market.
Getting home after the Christmas holiday continues to be a predicament as a massive storm that has now hit the Northeast grounded thousands of planes for the third straight day.
The restaurant, which has been serving deli fare on L.A.’s Westside since 1959, has also seen a slump in business in recent years.
Junior’s Deli, which has been serving pastrami and other deli fare on L.A.’s Westside since 1959, will close at the end of the year.
Proposed $ 1.1-billion payment would cover value lost to recalls over acceleration complaints.
Toyota Motor Corp., moving to put years of legal problems behind it, has agreed to pay more than $ 1 billion to settle dozens of lawsuits relating to sudden acceleration.
The 2013 Fusion sports a new silhouette, with design cues from Aston Martin and Maserati.
It’s rare to see a hint of Maserati or a dash of Aston Martin in a family sedan.
Another hedge fund manager is joining Bill Ackman in the ranks of Herbalife haters.