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Category: Business

Rising Beef Prices Taking a Toll on L.A.’s Korean BBQ Restaurants

Demand for beef and the recent bump in California’s minimum wage from $8 to $9 have mainly been responsible for the inflation in prices.
categories BusinessFood

7-Eleven Discriminates Against Its Franchisees, Claims Lawsuit

Corporate convenience store giant 7-Eleven faces a lawsuit alleging racism, ageism and unscrupulous business practices.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

Readers Sound Off Over Construction and Development in Alhambra

Alhambra Source published an article on July 17 asking if Alhambra leaders are abusing their power and overdeveloping the city. Here is how readers responded.
categories BusinessNeighborhoods

Latino Business Group Marks Milestone

The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce celebrated its five-year anniversary July 16 with a special reception hosted by nutrition company Herbalife at the company’s headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic Relations

Are Alhambra Leaders Abusing Their Power and Overdeveloping the City?

A city planning tool little known to residents has created the loophole to enable many new developments to far exceed density recommendations in the city's zoning ordinance.
categories BusinessCity AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Residents Don’t Trust Exide to Live Up to Deal

A decision by state air quality regulators that could allow a controversial acid-lead battery recycling plant in Vernon to reopen by the end of the year is being met with anger by people living near the facility.
categories BusinessCity AffairsHealthPoliticsPublic Safety

Asia Supermarket and Pepe's: A Look at Valley Boulevard

Nathan Solis spent a sunny summer afternoon capturing the sights and people of Valley Boulevard.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessNeighborhoods

Remembering Those Reusable Bags Takes Time

Local bag giveaway was a gentle reminder to get used to it.
categories BusinessGreen News

Indian American Farmers Weathering Record Drought in California

Indian-Americans own an estimated 50,000 acres of farmland across California, where severe drought is taking its toll on the agriculture industry.
categories BusinessRace/Ethnic RelationsWeathering the Storm

Deal Keeps 99 Cents Only Headquarters in Commerce

The 99 Cents Only Store Inc. has signed a multi-million dollar lease that will keep the company’s operations in the City of Commerce.
category Business
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