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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.

Seven & i Holdings Co., the world’s largest convenience store operator, is betting $21 billion on the future of quick-stop shopping in the U.S.

As California grapples with a deluge of requests for unemployment benefits during the pandemic, government workers tasked with processing claims say they are hampered by outdated technology, bureaucratic red tape and a shortage of trained staff.

In trying to fend off the coronavirus, countries that put up entry barriers to tourists have done so at a mounting cost to themselves and others.

The U.S. is spending up to $2.1 billion on a COVID-19 vaccine candidate from GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur.

The Northern California compound of ex-WeWork Chief Executive Adam Neumann has hit the market for $27.5 million.

Actors Eliza Dushku, Marisol Nichols and Noureen DeWulf are among this week’s real estate movers and shakers.

Jason Blum of ‘Get Out’ and ‘Purge’ films has listed his downtown L.A. penthouse. Also: Former BET chief Debra Lee has listed her home in the 90210.

The residence at the Broadway Hollywood Building in Hollywood features contemporary details, modern fixtures and a mural by street artist RETNA.

Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf has listed his Coto de Caza mansion, which has a small ice rink, for sale at about $10.8 million.

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This marks the first round of new tax credits under the extended California film and television tax credit program, which runs through 2025. Production restart remains ‘slow and steady.’

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