UCLA football offered cornerback Rodrick Pleasant a scholarship Wednesday after hosting the class of 2023 defensive back on a visit earlier in the day. Pleasant is entering his junior season at Junipero Serra (CA),
Microsoft plans to acquire Suplari, a company that offers data analysis software for companies to manage supplier spending, and use the company’s capabilities to improve its Dynamics 365 product. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella described Dynamics 365,
Locals love to complain about South Beach and what trash it is. We whine about the bad behavior of visitors, the “Tokyo Drift”-style driving, the $40 pasta dishes, the giant $50 drinks that come with two Coronas stuck upside down in them.
Skechers, The Comfort Technology Company™, is celebrating its newest milestone for its philanthropic BOBS division: the Company’s total donations have now surpassed $7 million for animals in need throughout the United States and Canada.
This is Jake Gibb's fourth and final Olympics. He has never stood on the podium at the Games. Whether or not he does it this last time, he's ready to find out what life is like after his playing is done.
The 35th anniversary of the Los Angeles-based women’s lifestyle brand Michael Stars is being celebrated with a new line of vintage T-shirts. Appropriately named Michael Stars Vintage, the collection of vintage-inspired,
Earlier this week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to return a stretch of beachfront land in Southern California to the descendants of a Black couple who purchased the land 97 years ago.
The average estimate of five analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 52 cents per share. The shoe company posted revenue of $1.66 billion in the period, which also topped Street forecasts.
Police received a report from a business on the 2700 block of Marine Avenue that suspects smashed the glass on a door to gain entry, June 21, around 3:52 a.m. Cash was taken from a register. Residents on the 100 block of S.
The City Council this week sent proposed language for the plaques back to the History Advisory Board on Bruce’s Beach to address various concerns and add supporting information. That decision did not require a vote.