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The Chateau Marmont Is Set to Flip to a Private Club

Owner André Balazs says he is likely to rehire few of the property’s laid-off staffers for the new venture
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Some Popular TikTok Creators Are Ditching the Platform Over Security Concerns

A group of star video-makers say they’re taking their talents to L.A.-based app Triller instead

Some of L.A.’s Most Beloved Institutions Are Threatened with Extinction

Small businesses are the soul of the city, but many are struggling to survive the pandemic
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Despite the Numbers, Dov Charney Claims There’s No COVID Outbreak at Los Angeles Apparel

More than 300 employees of his L.A. garment factory have reportedly tested positive, but the CEO says the health department has it out for him
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California Rules Allowing Outdoor Hair Styling Cut Both Ways

While some stylists are eager to get back to work any way they can, others worry the guidelines are impractical and unsafe
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They Used to Handle Crime Scenes and Floods. Now They’re Being Tapped for COVID-19 Deep Cleans

As businesses and offices reopen, virus-busting cleaning services are in high demand
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Byron Allen’s David and Goliath Battle with Comcast Made Him a Crusader for Black Entrepreneurs

After a years-long legal fight against alleged racial bias, the media mogul has struck a deal with the cable giant
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They Held on Through the Pandemic, and Now L.A.’s Black-Owned Bookstores Are Thriving

As people across the country seek out antiracist literature, bookstores like Reparations Club, Eso Won Books, and Malik Books are seeing a huge spike in business
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Does It Make Sense to Reopen L.A. Offices Right Now?

"Guidelines don't mean go," says Gov. Newsom as L.A.-area COVID-19 cases swell
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Employees of Women’s Coworking Space the Wing Have Staged a ‘Digital Walkout’ to Protest Company Practices

CEO Audrey Gelman stepped down, but staffers say problems have spread far beyond a single exec