Los Angeles Times

Tiffany Hsu

Writer

Tiffany Hsu no longer works for the Los Angeles Times. Previously, she wrote about the California economy, fast food, restaurants, retail and alternative energy for the Business section. A Bay Area native, UC Berkeley graduate and eternal Nor-Cal fan, she once worked for the San Francisco Bay Guardian. She also did a stint at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, where she developed a passion for sweet tea. She still has faith that someday she’ll find two economists who agree.

Recent Articles

  • Before Lazy Dog, years of toil

    Before Lazy Dog, years of toil

    The gig: Chris Simms, 40, is chief executive and founder of the Huntington Beach-based Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar chain. The casual dining company, founded in 2003, has 16 locations, with plans to open three more by year's end. Simms employs 2,000 people and aims to increase profit and revenue about...

  • For novice restaurateurs, risk of failure is high

    For novice restaurateurs, risk of failure is high

    Ari Taymor's 3-year-old restaurant Alma basks in the kind of acclaim most young chefs can barely begin to fathom.

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