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Downtown L.A.’s Prices, Spaces Pull in Galleries

LOCATION: Arts District proves popular home for places to showcase works.Downtown L.A.’s Arts District shows it can hang with other cities as a home to galleries.

By Amal Khan May 27, 2016 2:14 p.m.   Share

Market Vendors Fear Moving From 7th Street Produce Market

FOOD: Rents rise for produce wholesalers under new landlord.

Wholesalers fear being boxed out by 7th Street Produce Market’s rising rents.

Federal Ruling Puts State Artist Royalty Law in Jeopardy

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Monday against several auction houses sued by artists over failure to pay them royalties as guaranteed by California law.

Panel Supports Cal State Faculty’s Demand For 5 percent Pay Raise

An independent report released Monday found that California State University should increase faculty pay by 5 percent, meeting the California Faculty Association’s demands.

Judge Dismisses Donald Sterling’s Case Against Wife, NBA

A federal judge dismissed Tuesday a lawsuit filed by former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling alleging his wife, the National Basketball Association and several other actors colluded to sell the team for $2 billion without his permission.

PR Veteran Carl Terzian Dies

Carl Terzian, founder and chairman of Westwood public relations firm Carl Terzian Associates, died Saturday.

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California Second-Most Expensive State for Car Ownership

Commuting and gas prices contribute to California being the second most expensive state in the nation for car ownership, according to a study by Manhattan Beach personal finance website GoBankingRates.com.

Hueston Hennigan Could Be Booted From $160 Million Racketeering Case

A federal judge has preliminarily ruled to disqualify the downtown L.A. law firm representing the California State Compensation Insurance Fund in a $160 million racketeering case against a consortium of health care providers.

Fingerprint Checks Get ‘Thumbs Up’ From LAX Officers

Support is growing for a proposal to force Uber, Lyft and limousine drivers to get fingerprint-based background checks before they can transport passengers to and from Los Angeles International Airport.

L.A. Unemployment Falls to 5.6 Percent Amidst Robust Job Gains

L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell to 5.6 in February, the lowest it’s been in more than eight years.

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Avalon Freight Services Sets Sail April 1

Avalon Freight Services, a new firm formed from a partnership between Los Angeles passenger ferry company Catalina Express and Seattle tug and barge operator Harley Marine, announced the April 1 debut of their freight services on Wednesday.

After LAUSD Closure, Local Firms Open Up to Kids

Local businesses on Tuesday responded quickly to the unexpected closing of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Restaurants offered free lunches to students, museums waived admission fees, and businesses opened their doors to kids as employees woke up to a morning in flux.

Manatt Phelps Named Top Firm for Music Law

West L.A. law firm Manatt Phelps & Phillips was crowned Monday as the 2016 “law firm of the year” for music law by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.

UCLA Tops Business School Rankings Locally

Three local business schools made Bloomberg Businessweek’s 2015 ranking of “Best Business Schools.”

Cadiz Responds to Criticism as Stock Continues Plunge

In a bid to counter a deluge of criticism following news of a key adverse ruling this week, Los Angeles water marketer Cadiz Inc. issued a statement Friday morning attempting to get its side of the story out.

L.A. Business Schools Rank on Forbes List

Three local business schools made Forbes’ 2015 ranking of M.B.A. programs, now in its ninth year