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Japanese apparel brand UNIQLO will open its first Southern California store at swanky South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa on Aug. 29, followed in quick succession by four other local stores.
The American economy barely grew in the first quarter as the harsh winter weather appears to have knocked business investment and other activity even harder than previously thought.
Companies accelerated their hiring this month as the private sector added 220,000 net new jobs in a sign the labor market's winter doldrums are over, according to a report Wednesday from Automatic Data Processing.
The Clippers could have a new owner within a few months if Donald Sterling accepts the lifetime ban from the NBA and $2.5-million fine issued against him by the league Tuesday morning, analysts said.
Innovations in technology are poised to upend how students learn and the way educational institutions impart knowledge to people around the world, according to panelists at the Milken Institute Global Conference.
A California House delegation led by Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) is calling on Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe to reject a recent pilot program with Staples to operate retail mail counters at 82 U.S. stores.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver urged Clippers sponsors to return to backing the team after the league fined owner Donald Sterling $2.5 million and banned him from associating with either the Clippers or the NBA for life.
H&M is set to open its flagship store at the FIGat7th shopping complex on May 1, marking the Swedish fast fashion giant’s first entry into downtown Los Angeles.
The nation's homeownership rate slipped to its lowest level in 19 years in the first quarter as more households rented and home sales remained low.
Airline travelers who are frustrated with the speed of wireless Internet on planes may have some relief soon.
Herbalife Ltd. shares were up about 2% on news that the company intended to cancel its dividend and use the money on a major repurchase of its shares.
Target Corp. is hoping its newly hired chief information officer Bob DeRodes and its plan to switch its in-house payment cards to a more secure chip-and-PIN system from MasterCard Inc. will help it avoid another massive data breach.
You can move your shareholder meeting out of California, but you can't stop protesters from following.
The Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday confirmed the nomination of Stanley Fischer, the former president of the Bank of Israel, for the Federal Reserve's No. 2 job and also approved two other nominees to fill seats on the central bank's short-handed board.
Year-over-year gains in home prices in large U.S. cities slowed in February, another sign the market cooled before the spring home buying season kicked off, according to a closely watched index.
Major sponsors of the Los Angeles Clippers are fleeing in droves as they rush to distance themselves from racist comments attributed to team owner Donald Sterling.
To expand capacity of a proposed Shanghai Disney Resort, Walt Disney Co. and its partners in China have agreed to add an extra $800 million to the park's $4-billion price tag.
Americans agree that income inequality has widened in the last decade but disagree about what’s causing it, with their answers often diverging along political lines, according to a new study.
With the addition of new passenger fees, Denver-based Frontier Airlines took another step Monday in its shift toward an ultra-low-cost carrier business model.
Pending home sales rose in March, as the national housing market showed signs of life at the start of the spring buying season.