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  • Has L.A.'s economy come back?

    Among those who know Los Angeles' economy best, there is one point of agreement: The city is slowly recovering from the 2007 collapse. It was seven years ago that a national housing and financial crisis triggered the worst economic downturn of this...
  • Hampton Roads businesses want to use UAVs

    Hampton Roads businesses want to use UAVs
    m2 Pictures in downtown Hampton found a way to save money while enhancing its cinematic capability for TV show production: using a "drone." "It's really important for us to stay on the cutting edge of technology," said Kathy Martin, m2 Pictures...
  • Digital Domain Remains on the Sick List

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - HONG KONG -- Visual effects group Digital Domain does not look much healthier than it did a year ago, when it was given a back door share listing in Hong Kong. The VFX businesses were largely responsible for pushing the listed...
  • Lender for minority businesses comes under microscope

    Lender for minority businesses comes under microscope
    For more than 25 years, the Black Business Investment Fund has worked in relative obscurity, handing out loans to local entrepreneurs and small businesses who might have trouble getting bank financing. But a pair of recent developments has put the...
  • 09/01: Business events

    Chamber East Lake County: Networking Breakfast, 8 a.m. third Saturday, Lisa's Kountry Café, 23911 State Road 46, Sorrento. Details: http://www.elcchamber.com or 352-383-8801. West Orange: networking groups, 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays, Mimi's Cafe, 3130 Daniels...
  • Thomas E. Perez: Honor Labor Day with better wages

    It used to be that you could support a family on a minimum wage salary. Today, a minimum wage worker has to make a choice every day: buy a gallon of milk for the kids, or buy a gallon of gas to get to work. The current national minimum wage, frozen at...
  • Electricity usage on the decline in Orlando area homes

    Electricity usage on the decline in Orlando area homes
    Although the dog days of summer have air conditioners working extra hard, Central Florida homes are gobbling up less electricity than they did a few years ago. Proof came last week from Orlando's utility, which said the recent heat wave triggered record...
  • Bristol Begins New Rates At Transfer Station

    B BRISTOL - Effective Sept. 2, the charge for residents who use the city transfer station will increase. The new fees are: · Five-year permit/replacement fee of $25 for permit stickers and $30 for rear view mirror hang tags. (Five year rolling term...
  • Lavrov says Russia will defend economy against sanctions

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday any new sanctions from the European Union or the United States would force Russia to protect its economy, citizens and businesses. In the case of new sanctions over the Ukraine...
  • Ukraine accuses Russia of 'open aggression' as rebels advance

    KIEV/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko accused Russia on Monday of "direct and open aggression" which he said had radically changed the battlefield balance as Kiev's forces suffer major reverses in the war with pro-Moscow...
  • Coconut Creek puts temporary ban on medical pot

    COCONUT CREEK -- If it comes, the city will be ready. Voters will decide in November whether to legalize medical marijuana. But commissioners Thursday gave unanimous initial approval to a six-month moratorium on growing or selling it the city. It will...