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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer says his top priority is making sure the city's infrastructure works.
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The West Coast port workers' unions and their employer are very close to coming to a new long-term contract, says Port of Long Beach CEO Jon Slangerup.
2015 may be the year restaurants across the country put guests in control of their own dining experience by allowing them to place orders and pay their checks via tablets.
Shares of Twitter look likely to trade higher in Friday's session after posting quarterly results that topped forecasts and delivering a solid revenue outlook for 2015.
While Sundance may be best known as a place for independent filmmakers to showcase their films, it's also a time for filmmakers to meet composers and recording artists.
The SUV and compact SUV market is white-hot and with gas prices now hovering around $2 a gallon, it shows no sign of slowing down.
While most films premiering at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival are looking for a buyer, 'Slow West' isn't one of them.