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Eli Broad

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  • Doug Aitken exhibition debuts at Regen Projects in Los Angeles

    Doug Aitken exhibition debuts at Regen Projects in Los Angeles
    The event: Artists, art professionals, collectors and other art enthusiasts joined gallery owner Shaun Caley Regen for Saturday’s opening of Doug Aitken’s exhibition, “Still Life,” at Regen Projects in Los Angeles, one of several...
  • Garcetti calls for boosting minimum wage to $13.25 after three years

    Leading a Labor Day rally at a park in South Los Angeles, Mayor Eric Garcetti proposed on Monday creating a minimum wage in Los Angeles that would reach $13.25 after three years.  Garcetti was backed by billionaire businessman Eli Broad, County...
  • Garcetti calls for $13.25 minimum wage by 2017

    Garcetti calls for $13.25 minimum wage by 2017
    Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday launched an ambitious campaign to impose a $13.25-an-hour minimum wage requirement for all workers in Los Angeles by 2017, calling it the "largest anti-poverty program in the city's history." The most far-reaching...
  • Los Angeles joins the local movement to raise the minimum wage

    Los Angeles joins the local movement to raise the minimum wage
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti marked Labor Day on Monday by proposing a minimum wage increase for workers in LA, to $13.25 an hour by 2017. The city would join a host of municipalities nationwide that have taken matters into their own hands in the...
  • L.A. Mayor Garcetti expected to announce plan for $13.25 minimum wage

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti expected to announce plan for $13.25 minimum wage
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is circulating a plan to raise the city's minimum wage to $13.25 an hour over three years, followed by annual boosts keyed to inflation, according to business representatives and City Hall officials. The action is...
  • Brentwood estate of 48 acres going up for auction

    Brentwood estate of 48 acres going up for auction
    The Amber Hills compound in Brentwood is a rare find in built-out, arid Los Angeles. The estate encompasses 48 acres and a lake. There’s plenty of room for horse corrals and access to riding trails. In short, it's a spread.  What's less rare for...
  • Past Republican donors rebuffing GOP candidates to back Jerry Brown

    Past Republican donors rebuffing GOP candidates to back Jerry Brown
    With Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown expected to romp to reelection this year against little-known rivals, many donors who gave Republican candidates more than $37 million in the last gubernatorial contest are now keeping their hands in their pockets. But...
  • Groups pour $20 million into TV, print ads for California primary

    As the June 3 primary election draws near, business interests, labor groups, environmentalists and wealthy individuals have poured more than $20 million into television and radio commercials, mail ads and other campaign aid for their preferred...
  • Film academy to pay LACMA $36.1 million for movie museum lease

    Film academy to pay LACMA $36.1 million for movie museum lease
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will pay more than $36 million to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for a 55-year lease on the former May Co. department store building and adjacent land where the academy plans to build a movie museum...
  • Andy Warhol paintings take in more than $100 million at auction

    Andy Warhol paintings take in more than $100 million at auction
    Two Andy Warhol works of art -- including a portrait of Marilyn Monroe -- sold Tuesday for more than $100 million combined at a Christie's New York auction, a sale of postwar and contemporary art that brought in a hefty total of $744.9 million. Warhol's...
  • Don't let the 1% control schools

    Bruce Reed, the president of the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation who formerly served in the Obama administration and will focus on education, told Patt Morrison: "My general experience with political elected bodies is that the odds of them being...