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When investors think of "growth" stocks, some classic American names usually come to mind: Coca-Cola Co., Wal-Mart Stores Inc., McDonald's Corp., Procter & Gamble Co.
Job growth rebounded strongly last month and the unemployment rate fell below 6% for the first time in more than six years, easing fears the labor market was faltering again and providing a boost to congressional Democrats before the midterm elections.
California regulators won't challenge the next round of health insurance rate increases in the state exchange, but insurers' narrow networks of doctors and hospitals are drawing tougher scrutiny.
Apartment rents in Southern California rose this summer, but at a relatively modest pace.
American companies announced the fewest planned layoffs in 14 years in September while initial unemployment claims dropped last week to near a post-recession low, two positive labor market signs ahead of Friday's jobs report.
California is “in growth mode from top to bottom,” but the expansion is happening unevenly around the state, a report by Los Angeles research firm Beacon Economics found.
Southern California's housing markets are among the most overvalued in the nation, according to a new report. But the closest thing in this country to a housing bubble is actually in Texas.
Rupert Murdoch is moving into the online real estate business.
Businesses in Southern California are increasingly optimistic, with most expecting better revenue this year and even higher sales in 2015, according to a new report.
The U.S. stock market closed sharply down Thursday following the largest sell-off in two months, with the Dow Jones industrial average dipping 264 points.
Mortgage interest rates eased slightly this week amid mixed housing data, with Freddie Mac's survey showing that lenders were offering 30-year fixed-rate loans to well-qualified borrowers at an average of 4.2%, down from 4.23% last week.
Orders for computers, automobiles and other long-lasting durable goods last month posted their biggest drop since the federal government began collecting the data in 1992 as aircraft demand returned to normal levels after a surge in July.
A federal grand jury indicted the former chief executive of an Orange County medical device company on insider-trading charges for allegedly tipping his friend, former Angels player Doug DeCinces, to company secrets that moved the stock market.
General Mills Inc. has made strong commitments this year to natural and organic foods. It took genetically modified ingredients out of its signature cereal brand Cheerios and then doubled down on its organic lineup by striking an $820-million deal for Annie’s, a stalwart of the organic...
More sales of higher-priced houses, especially in the West, powered KB Home to higher revenue and profit in its fiscal third quarter, but the Los Angeles-based home builder's stock price was falling Wednesday after the results came in below analyst expectations.
Sales of newly built homes in the U.S. surged in August to their highest level in six years, according to new figures out Wednesday.
Sharon wants to know how gas stations get away with charging people for providing air for their tires.
Bob notes that when something bad happens with his credit cards, he receives a notice from the bank, new plastic and no financial headaches.
Nel, like many homeowners in Southern California, has been receiving letters from people and companies offering to buy her house.
Michael says he's been getting more and more spam in his inbox over the last couple of months.