In a followup to the Campbell Brown/David Boies segment earlier this week, Randi Weingarten and Antonio Villaraigosa talk teacher tenureon MSNBC's Morning Joe. (Other cable news shows, where are you?). More about the substance -- and the political back and forth -- at TeacherBeat.
Antonio Villaraigosa Antonio Villaraigosa is in a bind. As L.A. mayor, Villaraigosa often sided with unions and community groups against business interests. For example, he signed a "responsible banking" law -- which requires banks seeking...Show More Summary
Antonio Villaraigosa is the former mayor of Los Angeles.
Antonio Villaraigosa has joined Estrella TV as a senior advisor to help the 4-year-old television network better compete with more established Spanish-language broadcasters. Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has joined Spanish-language broadcaster Estrella TV as a senior advisor to help the 4-year-old television network gain traction.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (C) and LAPD Police Chief Charlie Beck (R) Photo by Reuters/Patrick Fallon Federal authorities have indicted 18 current and former Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials after an investigation into allegations of abuse and misconduct in one of the nation's largest jail systems.
Six years ago, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced that he wanted the city to roll out a Wi-Fi network that would offer broadband Internet connections throughout the city.
On Friday, the University of Southern California announced it would be hiring former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as a professor of public policy. Dean of the USC Price School of Public Policy Jack H. Knott said, “Throughout...Show More Summary
Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa landed a new job Tuesday as an advisor to global public relations firm Edelman.
The event, announced in Beijing by former LA mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, aims to cultivate cooperation between the U.S. and China industries. read more
Antonio Villaraigosa will counsel the firm's CEO and its board of directors.
Editor’s Note: Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF), J.C. Penney Company, Inc. (NYSE:JCP) Herbalife hires former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as advisor (Los Angeles Times) Nutritional products company Herbalife, battling allegations that it operates an illegal pyramid scheme, has a new and unexpected advocate: former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Show More Summary
The leader of a key Latino civil rights group said he’s disappointed that former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa took a job advising nutritional products company Herbalife Ltd., which has been accused of preying on Latinos.
A nutritional supplements company that has been accused of being a pyramid scheme has enlisted the help of former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
LOS ANGELES -- Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has a new job. He'll be a senior adviser for Herbalife. The nutritional products company says Villaraigosa will counsel its board and chairman on strategic business development and global community outreach. Villaraigosa left the mayor's post in June after eight years in office. Show More Summary
Los Angeles nutritional products company Herbalife Ltd., battling allegations that it operates an illegal pyramid scheme, has a new and unexpected advocate: former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Newly-ex-mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has said he wants to live close to the airport now that he's out of office so that he can travel a lot, and rumors have been circulating for...
Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has secured at least one university gig for the next phase of his political life. Harvard announced today that he will be a visiting fellow at Harvard's Institute of Politics.
Former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s pension has been revealed. The Los Angeles City Employee Retirement System announced Wednesday that he will garner $97,380 every year for the work he did governing the city. Villaraigosa’s pension is to cover the 24.5 years he put in as mayor, City Council member, and state assemblyman. Show More Summary
Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa turned up on MSNBC on Wednesday talking with Chris Hayes about the new program, approved by the police commission this week, that lets accusers and cops voluntarily talk out accusations of racial profiling in front of a mediator.
Antonio Villaraigosa wasn't just a charismatic and effective mayor of Los Angeles. He established himself as a national leader -- one whose personal story and effective advocacy on critical issues such as education, immigration, and civil rights have had a positive impact on our community and our nation.