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  • Yahoo to lay off 65 in Burbank

    Yahoo to lay off 65 in Burbank
    Of the 2,000 jobs slated to be cut by Yahoo, 65 will be at the company's Empire Avenue offices in Burbank, according to filings with the California Employment Development Department. There were also layoffs at Disney Consumer Products Inc. in Glendale...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Burbank deserves better than Burbank on Parade

    The Crosby Chronicles: Burbank deserves better than Burbank on Parade
    On Saturday, April 14, my family went to my sister’s house and walked to Verdugo Avenue to watch the annual Burbank on Parade. I mainly participate in viewing the parade in order to spend time with my family more than the excitement of the parade...
  • Profit up at Applebee's, IHOP parent DineEquity

    Profit up at Applebee's, IHOP parent DineEquity
    DineEquity Inc., the Glendale-based owner of IHOP Restaurants and Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar, is making a heavy push toward franchising. More than 95% of the company’s thousands of restaurants are now owned by entrepreneurs,...
  • Glendale AT&T workers walk out over clash on union button

    Glendale AT&T workers walk out over clash on union button
    About 80 workers protested outside an AT&T dispatching facility in Glendale Thursday that was sparked, union leaders say, when a female technician refused to remove a union button she was wearing at work. AT&T and its union workers are in contract...
  • Ron Kaye: Money, power, public policy

    It was like stumbling into a convention of the Society of Influence Peddlers, with old friends and enemies schmoozing before the start of festivities. There were Hall of Fame lobbyists like Richard Alatorre and Mike Roos, and future Hall-of-Famers like...
  • History: Drayman's journey from condo to courthouse

    The indictment against John Drayman on Tuesday was only the latest in legal woes the former city councilman has had to grapple with over the last several years. Some of his troubles — namely those associated with an expensive home remodel tied to...
  • Glendale Fire Department earns top rating again

    Glendale Fire Department earns top rating again
    The Glendale Fire Department recently earned a Class 1 rating from a top insurance risk company, which may result in lower coverage rates for residents and business owners. Glendale was one of 10 fire departments in California that received the rating...
  • Landlord wins case against Dish Network

    In a novel and potentially precedent-setting legal case, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge in Glendale ordered Dish Network to pay for the removal of three satellite dishes from an apartment building whose owner says were ordered by tenants...
  • Glendale to allow more property owners to assess themselves for public improvements

    Glendale to allow more property owners to assess themselves for public improvements
    After losing local redevelopment powers, the City Council this week moved a step closer to allowing commercial property owners to pool their own funds for improvements and enhanced services. The council on Tuesday voted to move forward with the process...
  • In Theory: Does the budget need a dose of morals?

    Religion pervades government in America. It's evident in the debates on abortion, religious freedom, gay rights and a host of other topics. But now a Christian leader is arguing that religion needs to be inserted into the one area where it isn't...
  • Local Hostess facilities still closed despite mediation talks with bakers union

    Local Hostess facilities still closed despite mediation talks with bakers union
    More than 138 jobs at Hostess facilities in Atwater and Glendale remain on the chopping block, even after the company and its striking union agreed to a mediation that will forestall a planned liquidation. A spokeswoman for Hostess on Monday said all...
  • Hostess approved for liquidation, fate of local facilities all but certain

    Hostess approved for liquidation, fate of local facilities all but certain
    More than 138 jobs at Hostess facilities in Atwater and Glendale appear headed for the chopping block — this time for good after a federal bankruptcy judge on Wednesday approved the company’s plan for an “orderly wind-down.” A...