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Kohl’s to start accepting Amazon returns at some stores in L.A. and Chicago

September 19, 2017 |

Kohl’s, which is opening some in-store Amazon shops, will start accepting returns for the online retailer at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month.

Kohl’s Corp. said Tuesday that it will pack and ship eligible Amazon return items free of charge at the 82 stores offering…

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Global executive picks L.A. as world center for urban mobility

September 10, 2017 |

He’s worked in Paris, Rome, Cairo, New York. Now he’s in LA to spotlight future of global transportation.
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L.A. wants to be home to Amazon’s second headquarters. It may be a long shot

September 8, 2017 |

Amazon’s search for a second headquarters in North America is likely to set off a fight among metro cities. Here’s how L.A.’s chances stack up.
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New L.A. County Fair CEO hopes to draw a young crowd with music, food and a Latino flair

August 27, 2017 |

Months before Miguel Santana began his new job as the president and chief executive of the Los Angeles County Fair Assn., he asked his four daughters, ages 19 to 29, to visit the fair with him.

They all rejected the offer, saying basically: Been there, done that.

Santana, who until recently was Los…

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It’s years away, but 70-story downtown tower could change L.A. skyline and ‘relationship with vertical living’

August 21, 2017 |

A skyscraper that would be the tallest residential building in California has been proposed for downtown Los Angeles as the neighborhood’s housing boom rolls on.

Crescent Heights, a Miami-based developer, submitted a proposal to the city Planning Department this week to build a 70-story apartment…

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Struggling L.A. County cities are hoping to cash in on California’s relaxed marijuana laws — and facing push back

August 13, 2017 |

As California braces for the impact of relaxed marijuana laws that allow recreational use for adults, several small, financially strapped cities in southeast Los Angeles County and elsewhere are at the forefront of efforts to seize business opportunities — despite pushback from some residents.

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Zach Randolph Arrested for Weed In L.A., Bails Out of Jail (UPDATE)

August 10, 2017 |

8:02 AM PT — TMZ Sports shot Randolph leaving jail moments ago … with a big smile on his face! Randolph didn’t seem concerned one bit and casually walked to a waiting ride. NBA star Zach Randolph was arrested in L.A. on Wednesday night –…

On a flight from L.A. to San Francisco, you could pay six times more than your seatmate

August 5, 2017 |

On a flight between Los Angeles and San Francisco — one of the nation’s most popular air routes — a passenger can pay up to six times more for an economy seat than another passenger on the same flight.

That is one of the conclusions of a study by the travel planning app Hopper. The researchers…

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Justin Bieber’s Dad Flies to L.A. for Quality Time On Heels of Major Life Decisions

August 1, 2017 |

Justin Bieber’s blood father is back on the scene … just days after some huge events in his son’s life, and word he had been leaning on Pastor Carl Lentz for fatherly guidance. Bieber’s pops, Jeremy, flew to L.A. from Ontario, Canada over the…

L.A. commercial property sales decline but total surpasses slumping Manhattan

July 31, 2017 |

Sales of commercial properties in Los Angeles County slipped in the first half of the year but still outpaced every other real estate market in the country, including Manhattan.

High-priced trades of hotels, shopping centers and industrial properties helped launch L.A. County to an estimated $ 12.6…

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