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  • Utility-rate increases are part of larger budget talks

    Burbank residents may be in for another round of utility-rate increases in July, as officials have proposed modest hikes during preliminary budget discussions. Water rates will likely jump 4.75%, an increase that officials say is driven by hikes in...
  • California's unemployment rate drops to 7.8%, lowest in six years

    California's unemployment rate dropped below 8% last month for the first time in nearly six years as employers put the state on the verge of recovering all of the jobs lost during the Great Recession. Employers added 56,100 jobs in April, far more...
  • Congress to hear concerns about Comcast - Time Warner Cable deal

    Congress to hear concerns about Comcast - Time Warner Cable deal
    The chief lobbyist for the nation's small and mid-sized cable operators will tell Congress on Thursday that Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable threatens consumers and competition. In testimony submitted in advance of his...
  • 'Death of the Author' finds life in academic theory

    'Death of the Author' finds life in academic theory
    Steven Drukman, a playwright who teaches at New York University, has written what may be his best play — a sparkling academic comedy that spins its tantalizing web from, of all arcane things, the literary theory of Roland Barthes, Jacques Derrida...
  • Comcast and Time Warner Cable defend deal before Congress

    Comcast and Time Warner Cable defend deal before Congress
    Rising cable bills and programming diversity were focal points of a congressional hearing on Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable. If approved, the more than $40-billion deal would combine the nation's top two cable providers and...
  • Mobile app firm Snapchat settles FTC charges

    Mobile app firm Snapchat settles FTC charges
    Oh, snap. They don't always disappear. Snapchat, a mobile messaging app, has been hugely popular among teens and young adults, who have flocked to the service for its purported ability to make their photo messages, or "snaps," vanish a few seconds after...
  • YouTube to Acquire Videogame-Streaming Service Twitch for $1 Billion: Sources

    Google's YouTube has reached a deal to buy Twitch, a popular videogame-streaming company, for more than $1 billion, according to sources familiar with the pact. The deal, in an all-cash offer, is expected to be announced imminently, sources said. If...
  • Google Car Scary

    Regarding the article "Google Reveals Plans For Self-Driving Car" [May 29, Business]: Google is way ahead of the curve -- including its own. I have yet to go on Google Maps for a specific address and get the proper location. Two houses I have owned have...
  • Notable buildings tour scheduled for Saturday

    Visitors can take a self-guided tour of 21 notable buildings in the city’s core, including the First United Methodist Church and the Glendale Main Post Office, on Saturday as the Glendale Historical Society and the city’s Historic Preservation...
  • Dodgers’ home plate becomes dinner plate

     
    Clown Emmett Kelly makes himself right at home at Dodger Stadium using home plate as a dinner plate....
  • Video chat: Grill Jonathan Gold on his 101 best restaurants list Monday

    Video chat: Grill Jonathan Gold on his 101 best restaurants list Monday
    One of the best features of any list is the controversy that ensues. You may have already lost your cool after reading restaurant critic Jonathan Gold's second annual list of the 101 best restaurants in and around Los Angeles. Or maybe you think he's...
  • CANNES: Weinstein Company Teams with 'King's Speech' Producers for 'Lion'

    The Weinstein Company has closed a $12 million deal for worldwide rights for "Lion," a movie based on Saroo Brierley's book "A Long Way Home." Production will start in August on "Lion," which recounts the survival of a five-year-old Indian boy who...