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Southern California Edison has signed a 20-year deal to buy energy from a solar farm in Kern County.
LENDING: Evergreen can’t even sell off its charter.
Evergreen International Bank checks out after failing to find a buyer for its assets or charter.
Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich announced Friday that Michael McNeilly’s Sky Tag Inc. has agree to pay $1.2 million in civil penalties to settle a long-standing supergraphic billboard dispute with the city.
Hotelier now puts focus on management
Setbacks during the recession led hotel developer Avi Brosh to check into property management.
Ex-partners of Johnnie Cochran spar over name, legacy
Former partners fight to use attorney Johnnie Cochran’s name to court clients.
TV: DirecTV goes ‘Rogue’ in hope that new drama draws subscribers.
Satellite broadcaster DirecTV hopes to pull more subscribers into its orbit with original drama “Rogue.”
LAW: Low-key Lewis Brisbois becomes largest firm in L.A.
A focus on insurance defense has helped ensure Lewis Brisbois’ growth into L.A.’s biggest firm by attorney count. (Sidebar: Lower rates lead to job growth. Page 43.)
REAL ESTATE: KPMG to ditch its tower for new digs.
Accounting firm KPMG does a number on namesake downtown tower by moving closer to L.A. Live.
Gores Group said that it will acquire three outsourcing services units from Toronto’s Davis + Henderson Corp.
Korn/Ferry International on Wednesday beat analyst’s estimates for the third fiscal quarter, even as net income fell from the same period a year earlier.
Mercury General Corp.’s insurance unit has filed a lawsuit against state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, challenging his order of an 8 percent rate decrease for the company’s 270,000 homeowner policyholders in the state.
Aircraft leasing company International Lease Finance Corp. announced that it had agreed to purchase and lease 16 Boeing jet aircraft to American Airlines.
Eateries, bars tap cities’ speedier permit procedures
Cities across the county try to add speed to the menu when approving permits for restaurants and bars.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled against Amgen Inc. in a case that could make it easier for shareholders to bring class-action lawsuits against companies in the future.
Edison International reported a small fourth quarter loss as the Rosemead electrical utility decided to unload its struggling coal-fired power plant unit.