L.A. swindler steals millions of dollars in marijuana scams

February 1, 2023
During his brief stint as a film actor in Manila, David Bunevacz played a sexy kidnapper named Johnny in a rollicking crime escapade, “Tusong Twosome.” In one scene, he lounges in bed with a woman in his arms as he haggles over ransom on the phone. “Honey, they have 10 million to give us,” Johnny […]

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Spreads the Love with Annual Valentine’s Day Card Drive on

February 1, 2023
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) is preparing to blast off into space this Valentine’s Day for its annual card drive, which kicks off today on Those who want to spread some Valentine’s Day cheer to CHLA’s pediatric patients can go to to create an outer space-themed coloring card. Supporters may choose […]

La Jolla Business Roundup: Local enterprises come, go and move

February 1, 2023
Throughout La Jolla’s Village and beyond, change is underway in the business community. A fitness offering and a creative space are among the new establishments making The Village home, while a jewelry store is closing after 20 years. Here’s a look at local enterprises. New businesses SmartFit Method The team at SmartFit Method cuts the […]

Hiltzik: The surprising recovery of Barnes & Noble

February 1, 2023
It wasn’t long ago that Barnes & Noble seemed to be on the glide path to extinction. At the end of 2018, the giant bookselling chain reported its seventh quarterly loss in a row, red ink of $27.3 million on sales of $117.2 million. Its management was in turmoil: That summer, Barnes & Noble fired […]

145,400 new jobs in 2022, unemployment falls to 4.4% – Daily News

February 1, 2023
Los Angeles County bosses added 145,400 workers last year as the local job market finished 2022 with employment at 99% of pre-pandemic December 2019. My trusty spreadsheet, filled with state employment data, found Los Angeles County with 4.625 million workers in December after adding 145,400 in 12 months. Those hires were 53% slower than 2021’s […]

Why Americans are right to trust business

February 1, 2023
To the editor: In questioning a recent survey showing that Americans trust business more than any other institutional sector, columnist Nicholas Goldberg cites large corporations that have betrayed their responsibilities. Goldberg overlooks that Americans work at or interface with companies of all sizes. Trust in business is high because that’s where we earn and learn, […]

Wall Street climbs to add more to its strong January

February 1, 2023
Wall Street closed out a strong January with more gains Tuesday, ahead of what many investors hope will be one of the Federal Reserve’s last interest rate increases for a while. Markets got a boost after a report showed that growth for workers’ pay and benefits slowed during the end of 2022. That’s frustrating for […]

Look inside luxury Los Angeles condos seeking record prices

February 1, 2023
Two developers in California are looking to lure a buyer willing to do something no other buyer has ever done before in Los Angeles history – pay between $50 million and a $100 million for a condo.  A deal anywhere near those asking prices would shatter a record in the City of Angels, where no […]

Los Angeles deputy mayors appointed for housing and community safety

February 1, 2023
WIth public safety and the housing crisis at the forefront of Angelenos’ minds, the choice to appoint deputy mayors of housing and community safety speak volumes about Bass’ priorities in office. Source link
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