A judge issued an order temporarily halting the U.S. Department of Commerce from implementing restrictions that would remove WeChat from U.S. app stores.
A survey of 67 workers highlighted the issues faced by people of color, women and LGBTQ people in the tech industry.
The coronavirus-related closures hurt many small businesses. But before that, Black-owned businesses already faced hurdles in getting financing.
Beneath the fury over George Floyd’s death lie longstanding economic inequities that have plagued California’s 2.6 million black people.
Hollywood has worked to increase diversity in its lowers ranks. But the top writing jobs in film and TV still largely go to white men.
California gained 101,900 jobs in August, mostly due to the temporary hiring of federal census takers.
Officials agree to create new statewide standards aimed at protecting more California workers against COVID-19.
New California law makes it easier for police, firefighters and other essential workers who get COVID on the job to obtain workers’ comp benefits.
Last week, 860,000 Americans applied for unemployment benefits as the coronavirus outbreak continued to hamper the economy.
Santa Monica’s GoodRx could go public next week. The company benefits from bringing some transparency to a dysfunctional drug market.
Kathy Griffin, Patricia Heaton and Gary Sinise are among this week’s real estate movers and shakers.
After buying an Encino mansion for $14.1 million last year, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are asking $5.9 million for their three-bedroom condo in N.Y.
Musician Jason Sinay’s Mediterranean villa built by celebrity architect Ted Grenzbach is on the market for $6.5 million in West Hollywood.
The Pacific Palisades estate of Johnny Hallyday, the late singer who was known as the “French Elvis,” is on the market for $17.9 million.
The U.S. Commerce Department on Friday took harsh action against popular apps WeChat and TikTok. Here’s what you need to know.
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