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As California's unemployment rate remains stuck at 9.8% in January, some counties in the Golden State reported jobless rates edging up slightly. California's employers added just 1,700 jobs in January, according to the state's Employment Development...
After outpacing the U.S. for most of last year, California’s jobs engine lost momentum in December as employers' payrolls shrank by 17,500 last month. The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 9.8% last month, according to figures released...
There’s been quite a bit of chatter this spring about a rebound in the manufacturing sector. Whether those predictions will hold up is looking less and less certain as new orders tumble. Demand for factory-made goods has fallen three of the past...
Money & CompanyCalifornia consumer confidence down in fourth quarter...
Money & CompanyAnother day, another economic forecast –- but this one is pretty rosy, so pay attention. A day after UCLA’s Anderson School of Management predicted that the state’s housing market would slow the recovery in the state, economists from...
Money & CompanyThe pace of job creation in California should pick up in the fourth quarter of this year, according to an indicator out Monday from the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economy Research at Chapman University. The California Index of Leading......
Money & CompanyCalifornia has lost nearly one million jobs since August 2007 and those jobs will be slow to return to the state, according to a forecast released today by the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research at Chapman University. The......
Money & CompanyCalifornia manufacturing could be headed for an upswing in the early part of the year, according to researchers at Chapman University. A quarterly index based on surveys of purchasing managers throughout the state predicts that performance in the...
Money & CompanyThis economic recovery has been, at best, sporadic. As stimulus spending slows and census jobs end, many fear that the employment picture will get worse, rather than better. But an employment indicator released Wednesday by Chapman University's A. Gary...
Money & CompanyThe coming year will see a slow recovery nationally and in parts of California, according to a forecast released today by the A. Gary Anderson Center for Economic Research at Chapman University. Economists at Chapman predict that growth in the......
Times Staff WriterTall, twin outrageous orange doors welcome visitors to the latest outpost of desert chic in Palm Springs. As a suntanned man in a hot pink jacket ushers you inside the Parker Palm Springs, a new luxury hotel, it's clear that change is afoot. The once-...
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