Howard Fine is a 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has covered public policy issues, transportation, economic development, banking and finance and various special assignments. He has won several awards, including Best Body of Work for a single reporter from the Association of Area Business Publications.
A Los Angeles native, Howard graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in English from Bates College in Lewiston, ME. Howard also obtained a master of science degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Ill.
Regulation Watch is a biweekly column that keep's business leaders apprised of new city, county and state regulatory issues that may affect their businesses. Coverage includes environmental regulations, workplace rules, and fees that are being considered by regulatory agencies.
Howard can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 227, or by email: email@example.com.
KFWB-AM (980) is ending its newstalk format a week earlier than planned.
The state Legislature has approved a bill to increase penalties for stealing used kitchen grease from restaurants.
Chamber highlights towering skyline to tout neighborhood.
Century City Chamber of Commerce is high on its new double-skyline logo.
AUTOMOTIVE: Shares rise as Motorcar Parts exceeds analysts’ expectations.
Strength of aftermarket sector and a new product line accelerates shares of Motorcar Parts of America.
Mike Margolis drove down to San Diego with his family earlier this month to cheer on his oldest son, 18-year-old James Wu, who was participating in an unusual event: an international robo-sub competition.
L.A.’s unemployment rate held steady at 8.1 percent for July even as the county lost 58,000 jobs in July as schools let out for the summer, according to state figures released Friday.
Workers’ compensation insurance rates should go up 11 percent next year from current levels, an insurance industry body said Wednesday despite objections from business and labor interests.
J. Robert Scott looks to furnish tablets with style for $2,910.
J. Robert Scott looks to tap stylish users of iPads for its $2,910 table for tablets.
Foes fear labor’s lien proposal will topple businesses
Business groups battle labor-backed proposal allowing liens against companies accused in wage cases.
The Los Angeles Country Club has withdrawn its application for a 166-foot fence to keep errant golf balls from straying onto a proposed development next door.