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  • Garcetti's high-tech, innovation agenda faces old-school hurdles

    Garcetti's high-tech, innovation agenda faces old-school hurdles
    With painted brick walls, exposed pipes and laptop workstations shaped like pingpong paddles, the workspace known as Hub LA in downtown's trendy Arts District embodies the disruptive, start-up ethos.
  • L.A. will host Chinese, U.S. summit to launch carbon emissions cuts

    Following up on last week's U.S.-China climate change agreement, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday he would invite leaders of Chinese and American cities to a summit in Los Angeles next year to kick-start efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions in both...

    Wal-Mart workers plan Black Friday protests for higher pay

    Wal-Mart workers plan Black Friday protests for higher pay
    Wal-Mart workers and their supporters plan to launch protests at stores across the country on Black Friday to push for higher wages and better working conditions for employees. Organizers say rallies and marches will occur at 1,600 Wal-Mart locations on...

    Los Angeles mayor presses China to allow more Hollywood films

    BEIJING (Reuters) - A flurry of private Chinese investment into Hollywood should prompt Beijing to loosen its restrictions on U.S. film imports, the mayor of Los Angeles said in China on Friday as he urged officials to raise the country's annual cap on...

    Garcetti pledges to ease building permit process to boost construction

    Garcetti pledges to ease building permit process to boost construction
    Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday announced a new permitting process he said could shave months off the time it takes to build something in Los Angeles. Restaurants, charter schools and major projects costing $10 million or more would be eligible for a...