Anita L. DeFrantz, who earned a bronze medal on the rowing team in the 1976 Olympics, leads the youth sports charity that runs off an endowment of surplus funds from the L.A. Games.
Dollarhyde, who's been in the restaurant business more than four decades, is CEO of the fast-casual chain that started in 2006 and has grown to 26 locations.
The chief of UPS' Southland district credits an enterprising work ethic for his gains. He is the new chair of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.
On a dusty clearing between a fallow wheat field and wilting orange groves, Steve Arthur's crew of two mud-splattered well drillers worked furiously to deliver a lifeline to another despondent farmer.
Sometimes airfares are just too good to be true.
Wages for professional services workers rise as an improving economy spurs hiring.
In one of the largest transactions of its type in the state this year, a luxurious new high-rise apartment and retail complex in Koreatown has sold for $283 million.
It could have been a huge day for infielder Alex Guerrero, one to remember for the rest of his life. Turns out it will be, just not like any ever imagined. Guerrero had been on a tear for the Dodgers' triple-A Albuquerque team, batting .600 (15 for 25) with six home runs in his last six games, but when Juan Uribe was placed on the disabled list Wednesday after aggravating a hamstring injury Tuesday night, Guerrero could not be summoned up to the majors. Instead, he was in a Salt Lake City hospital, having what people close to the situation described as a significant part of his left ear reattached a day after it was allegedly bitten off by teammate Miguel Olivo during a dugout...