Pier 1 Imports Closing Long Beach Store Anonymous Wed, 01/22/2020 - 01:15
Up to 450 locations nationwide will be closing to "better align its business with the current operating environment," Pier 1 Imports said. LONG BEACH, CA — Pier 1 Imports is closing hundreds of stores,

H.B.-based Rocket Lab heading for new pad in Long Beach

Rocket Lab, a small-satellite launch and manufacturing company based in Huntington Beach, will blast off to a new home in Long Beach later this year, officials said this week. The new facility will serve as the company’s corporate headquarters as well as a production complex and mission control center. Rocket Lab has launched 47 satellites ...

AEU Announces Dates for Regional Forum in Long Beach

MOBILE, Ala., Jan. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Equity Underwriters, Inc. (AEU), the leading provider of workers' compensation for waterfront employers, announced today that an AEU Regional Forum will be held February 11, 2020 from 9:00am until 3:30pm at the Westin Long Beach in Long Beach, Ca. Held several times per year, AEU ...

Surfers’ hopes for Long Beach waves fade, but fish could be winners

A 23-year push by surfers to remove the Long Beach breakwater and return waves to the area is evolving into something else altogether. Instead of removing any of the 2 1/2-mile offshore structure, an Army Corps Of Engineers study favors building new marine-life habitat — including kelp beds and rocky reefs — to restore habitat lost to the ...

Goodman Group completes purchase of Boeing’s 93-acre C-17 site in Long Beach for more than $200 million

A mixed shopping and industrial development is on the horizon for Boeing’s former C-17 manufacturing plant, a 93-acre plot of land located between the Long Beach Airport and Cherry Avenue. The Goodman Group, an Australian property development firm ...

AES breaks ground on Long Beach battery facility that will provide power throughout Southern California

The AES power plant in southeast Long Beach is building its way toward a more sustainable future for Southern California, according to its officials. Executives from the company joined city officials at the plant on Thursday, June 27, to break ground on ...

Are you an employee or a contractor? Carpenters, strippers and dog walkers now face that question

In Southern California, drivers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have filed multiple class-action suits. And since 2011, the California labor commissioner has ordered port companies to pay more than $50 million in back wages and damages to ...