- Column: Remember the GameStop stock craze? Looks like it's overon January 25, 2022
GameStop's rocketing price defined the insane stock market of 2021. Now it's plummeting.
- AEG to sell stake in L.A. Live hotels as the lodging industry recoverson January 24, 2022
AEG hopes to take advantage of a rebound in hotel prices to raise hundreds of millions of dollars to help fund a planned expansion of L.A. Live.
- His gross fast-food TikToks went viral. But making a living from TikTok isn't easyon January 20, 2022
Sam Pocker, known by his handle @FastFoodLegend, is a minor celebrity on TikTok for his avant-garde gross-out videos. But chasing social media stardom comes at a cost.
- The cost of being TikTok's condiment king, talliedon January 20, 2022
How hard is it to make money as a social media influencer? Take a peek inside the budget of Sam Pocker, a TikTok artist focused on fast food.
- San Diego amends law requiring developers to build low-income unitson January 25, 2022
City's 2019 inclusionary housing law was amended after the Coastal Commission made recommendations
- Lawsuit looks to force nuclear regulator to turn over records from San Onofre 'near-miss' incidenton January 24, 2022
August 2018 "near-miss" saw a 50-ton canister of nuclear waste left suspended for 45 minutes.