Home Business


Should they stay or should they go? Downtown businesses, residents divided on parklets and...

A survey by the Downtown Long Beach Alliance asked 606 local businesses, residents, property owners and visitors what should happen to parklets and street closures—and received mixed responses.

Long Beach-based Rocket Lab’s satellite launch from New Zealand site fails

The problem occurred during ignition of the Electron rocket’s second stage, the company said in a statement.

Supporting local businesses and expanding trade will be key to economic recovery, experts say

To support the city’s recovery in the short-term, economist Seiji Steinmetz said, it is important to keep money circulating in the city. In the long run, he recommended investment in maintaining and expanding the city’s traded industries, such as manufacturing and tourism.

Developer of 30-story Downtown hotel seeks extension to keep project alive

The 30-story American Life hotel project has struggled through a long entitlement process and a pandemic, but now its developers are bring it back for approval from the city.

Recent Articles