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As a young boy, Todd Jensen attended Roosevelt Elementary and delivered the Burbank Daily Review. As he got older, and the paper he delivered transitioned into the Burbank Leader, he was given his first job in journalism by editor Joyce Rudolph. And, as a...
Being an oversized vehicle in Burbank just got a lot harder. The City Council this week adopted a plan that would force drivers of non-commercial vehicles longer than 22 feet or taller than 8 feet — which would include most recreational vehicles,...
Kessler Jewelers, the family-owned business that for more than 40 years has been a fixture of the downtown shopping district even as everything around it changed, will close its doors for good next month, the family said. An award-winning shop whose...
TALLAHASSEE — Amazon will bring 3,000 jobs to the state in a deal that also means Floridians will have to start paying taxes on purchases from the online retailer. Gov. Rick Scott's office announced Thursday that Florida had landed the deal with...
Tags: Don Gaetz, Polk County, Politics, Amazon.com Inc., Investments
A bill that would require the collection of sales taxes due for online purchases sailed through the U.S. Senate in a 69-27 vote in May, but it faces tougher going in the House. The Marketplace Fairness Act would require virtual merchants to collect...
Tags: Bob Goodlatte, Target, Amazon.com Inc., Walmart, U.S. Senate
Online retail powerhouse Amazon.com formally announced it was rolling out home grocery and food delivery to Los Angeles. The AmazonFresh service, which has been available in Amazon's hometown of Seattle since 2007, will pick local businesses to sell...
Forget ka-ching. Its all tap-tap these days. Restaurants and shop owners fed up with antiquated cash registers and expensive credit card terminals are switching to cheaper devices that plug into smartphones and tablets. And companies such as PayPal,...
Online retail giant Amazon.com Inc., known for its speedy distribution of books, electronics and other consumer goods, is now trying to break open the grocery market. The AmazonFresh service, running since 2007 in the retailer's Seattle hometown,...
Los Angeles TimesFuturistic fabrics and high-tech garments are just one way technology is affecting the fashion landscape. Another, e-commerce, was the topic of discussion at Fashion Digital Los Angeles, a recent day-long conference in Hollywood. Some 450 registrants...
Internet taxes It appears more and more likely Congress will eventually cave in and pass a bill allowing Internet sales to be taxed. I believe this could be done simply, rather than making it complicated and requiring online businesses to keep track of...
Contrary to what it claimed Thursday, the libertarian advocacy group Generation Opportunity hasn't killed a Senate-passed bill to compel most online retailers to collect sales taxes. But the group seems to have done its best to mislead and confuse the...
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