Silicon Beach Report May 18: Musk Goes Deep on Boring Co. Plans

Elon Musk revealed more details about his Boring Co. project; mobile game developer Gamelynx announced a $1.2 million raise to create a competitive e-sports game; venture capital firm Upfront...

L.A. County Unemployment Rate Dips to 4.4 Percent in April Amid Modest Job Growth

L.A. County’s unemployment rate dipped to 4.4 percent in April after three straight months at 4.5 percent as local employers added a modest 5,000 jobs to their payrolls, according...

Nurses at City of Hope Ratify Three-Year Contract

Registered nurses at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte have ratified a three-year contract that grants across-the-board wage increases of 16.5 percent. Source: Business

LA Weekly Moves Downtown

LA Weekly has moved to 724 Spring St. in downtown amid questions about the newspaper’s financial future. Source: Business

Banc of California Stadium to Expand Entertainment Offerings

Banc of California stadium hired Adam Friedman to run a new entertainment division, according to a May 16 announcement by Tom Penn, president of LAFC Sports, which owns the...

L.A. Real Estate Developer Charged With Bribery

The FBI has arrested commercial real estate developer Arman Gabaee, co-founder and co-managing partner of the Hollywood-based Charles Co., on criminal charges alleging he illegally paid off a Los...

Mental Health Awareness: Neuroimaging Technique May Help Predict Autism

Brain patterns precede behavioral symptoms of autism, NIH-funded study suggests Source: Business

CBS Suit Against Redstone Threatens ‘Nuclear Option’

Sumner Redstone’s daughter Shari Redstone said May 15 that CBS Corp. cannot legally dilute the 94-year-old’s shareholder control. Source: Business

Inglewood 19-Year-Old Accused in Shooting Deaths of 2 Men, Including Love Interest

A teen was charged on Monday with fatally shooting two men in Inglewood, one of them a man who he had dated, prosecutors said. Police investigate a double homicide in...

One-Stop Business & Career Centers serving adults, youth and small and large businesses

For more than 35 years, The South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) has been a leader in workforce innovation and has been helping job seekers and employers in Inglewood...

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