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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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