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Local 770 of the United Food & Commercial Workers International Union on Wednesday said that members working for the El Super supermarket chain have voted to authorize a strike if contract negotiations break down.
Ad agencies Deutsch LA, CAA Marketing and North Kingdom might go head-to-head when competing for new clients, but last week they celebrated with wins at the 50th Annual International Andy Awards in New York.
Hoteliers’ plans hinge on NFL stadium project
Downtown Los Angeles could score more hotel rooms if a plan for a pro football stadium fails to pan out.
DineEquity Inc. on Thursday reported rising net income and revenue in the first quarter, but missed analysts’ profit estimates as its Applebee’s chain underperformed.
Edison International reported a lower first quarter profit, but its core earnings rose as the company benefited from revenue growth, lower expenses and workforce reductions.
A USC alumnus has made a large gift to its Marshall School of Business to enhance programs and student opportunities there, the university announced Wednesday.
USC's Rossier School of Education is working with an Arizona provider of cloud-based educational software to launch the school's first doctorate degree delivered online, a Doctor of Education in Organizational Change and Leadership.
Classic Party Rentals on Tuesday said that a bid by affiliates of Apollo Global Management beat out an offer by creditors to take over the company.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. on Tuesday said it will acquire Federal Network Systems from Verizon Communications.
Hollywood developer CIM Group on Monday said that it has agreed to buy Farmers Insurance Group's longtime headquarters on Wilshire Boulevard.
New licenses rev up auto insurer’s focus
Spain’s Mapfre hopes illegal immigrants obtaining drivers licenses will rev up its auto coverage market.
The University of Southern California and its Marshall School of Business announced Tuesday that local real estate executive William J. McMorrow made a substantial gift to the school to establish a global real estate program.
Omega Cinema Props is relocating from Santa Monica to the Burbank Airport Commerce Center.
Shares of Rubicon Project Inc. on Wednesday rose more than a third in its New York Stock Exchange debut.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a controversial program to turn commercial trash hauling in the city into an exclusive franchise system.