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  • Are the president's policies hurting the Trump hotels?

    Are the president's policies hurting the Trump hotels?

    Since President Trump took office, controversy over some of his policies has triggered noisy protests and rallies in front of hotels emblazoned with the Trump name. It is uncertain if the rallies and protests have hurt business at Trump hotels but online travel sites that book Trump hotels have...

  • Can an HOA palm off responsibility for maintaining common-area greenery?

    Can an HOA palm off responsibility for maintaining common-area greenery?

    Question: We own a detached single-family home in a common interest development and are in a difficult situation with the board.  Our water bills have been going way up over the years and we just discovered that the association’s shrubs outside our property walls are being watered from our home...

  • 4 credit card trends for 2017 and what they mean for you

    4 credit card trends for 2017 and what they mean for you

    In 2016, high-end credit cards attracted a lot of attention with generous rewards and perks. But this year, issuers are going back to basics — and perhaps charging you more in the process. Here are four credit card industry trends taking shape for 2017. 1. More bread-and-butter rewards Instead...

  • Why Snapchat's unprecedented real estate strategy in Venice could be tech's new standard

    Why Snapchat's unprecedented real estate strategy in Venice could be tech's new standard

    A tech start-up based in Los Angeles rather than Silicon Valley. A mobile app that built its appeal by deleting photos and messages. Vertical video in a widescreen world. Snapchat, the popular photo and video messaging app, has broken the mold in many ways. Now, with parent company Snap Inc.’s...

  • Universal Studios Hollywood raises gate ticket prices

    Universal Studios Hollywood raises gate ticket prices

    About a week after Disneyland raised its ticket prices, Universal Studios Hollywood hiked attendance prices an extra $5 per visitor. The daily ticket price at the gate rose to $120 from $115, on top of increases adopted last year of up to 20%. Universal Orlando also raised prices over the weekend...

  • Uber's bad month keeps getting worse

    Uber's bad month keeps getting worse

    Nobody wants to be Uber right now. In the past month, the San Francisco ride-hailing firm faced a customer boycott and sexual harassment allegations, which have devastated employee morale and steered users away from the service. Then it was slapped with a lawsuit Thursday, in which Waymo — Google’s...

  • Oscars red carpet:`The gravy train is over' for TV stations and networks

    Oscars red carpet:`The gravy train is over' for TV stations and networks

    A spot on the Oscars’ red carpet now comes with a price. For the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is charging a license fee to TV stations and networks that broadcast live shows with interviews of movie stars on the red carpet before Sunday’s 89th Academy Awards telecast....

  • Big new convention center hotel proposed for downtown L.A.

    Big new convention center hotel proposed for downtown L.A.

    A towering 1,024-room hotel will rise next to the Los Angeles Convention Center a few years from now if developer TriCal Construction Inc. gets its way. TriCal filed a development application with city officials Thursday to build a 53-story skyscraper across Figueroa Street from the convention...

  • U.S. stocks rally to set another record after slow start due to investor jitters

    U.S. stocks rally to set another record after slow start due to investor jitters

    A late push helped U.S. stocks finish higher Friday after indexes spent most of the day lower. There was far more selling than buying on Wall Street overall, but the Dow Jones industrial average managed to extend its winning streak to an 11th day and set another all-time high. Energy companies...

  • The luxury housing that Measure S would stop doesn’t actually require many evictions

    The luxury housing that Measure S would stop doesn’t actually require many evictions

    Eve Hars, undergoing chemotherapy for Stage 3 breast cancer, was facing eviction. A developer had purchased her rent-controlled Echo Park bungalow to level it and build new housing. Hars recounted her story in a recent campaign ad paid for by supporters of Measure S, the March 7 ballot measure...

  • Lockheed will move 650 missile jobs away from Sunnyvale

    Lockheed will move 650 missile jobs away from Sunnyvale

    Lockheed Martin will move 650 jobs in the legendary Trident missile program from Sunnyvale, Calif., to other states, the defense contractor said Thursday. The affected employees work for the Fleet Ballistic Missile Program, which designs and engineers nuclear missiles for the nation's submarine...

  • L.A. Drives: Glamorous Bentley convertible deserves cushy cruise along Mulholland

    L.A. Drives: Glamorous Bentley convertible deserves cushy cruise along Mulholland

    The controversial engineer William Mulholland designed the Los Angeles Aqueduct, brought water south from the Owens Valley and turned a desert into a garden. His legacy gave us the plot of the movie “Chinatown,” a beautiful fountain in Los Feliz and a highway that runs across the ridge separating...

  • See a layoff through, or see yourself out?

    See a layoff through, or see yourself out?

    Question: My company has decided to close several of our branch offices this year. I'm an IT manager; my job and half of my team's jobs will be eliminated when our office closes in the fall. We've been offered severance, and some folks have been offered retention bonuses to stay until the bitter...

  • J.C. Penney to close 130 to 140 stores and offer early retirement to 6,000 workers

    J.C. Penney to close 130 to 140 stores and offer early retirement to 6,000 workers

    J.C. Penney said Friday it will be closing 130 to 140 stores as well as two distribution centers over the next several months as it aims to improve profitability in the era of online shopping. The closures represent 13% to 14% of the department store operator's current store count, and less than...

  • The red carpet isn't actually red, and other secrets underfoot at the Oscars

    The red carpet isn't actually red, and other secrets underfoot at the Oscars

    The red carpet isn’t actually red, and other secrets underfoot at the Oscars By Daniel Miller Feb 24, 2017 Installers maneuver a carpet roll in front of the Dolby Theatre. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) In Aeschylus’ play “Agamemnon,” the titular king’s homecoming from the Trojan War is marked by...

  • Google spinoff Waymo accuses Uber of self-driving car theft

    Google spinoff Waymo accuses Uber of self-driving car theft

    Waymo, a self-driving car company founded by Google, is colliding with ride-hailing service Uber in a court battle revolving around allegations of betrayal, high-tech espionage and greed. The brewing showdown emerged late Thursday in a lawsuit filed in a San Francisco federal court by Waymo, a...

  • Stocks end mixed as investors seek safety

    Stocks end mixed as investors seek safety

    Stocks wobbled Thursday as investors changed course and tempered their expectations for faster economic growth. Industrial companies, which have surged over the last few months, finished lower as Wall Street focused on gold, bonds and companies that pay big dividends. Construction equipment, transportation...

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