The California Department of Public Health announced on Monday the statewide reopening of in-store retail shopping, a major step in California's emergence from shutdown orders issued in March to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
After Governor Newsom approved Orange County's request to reopen businesses, dozens of people flocked to Huntington Beach to patronize businesses and restaurants.
Car washes are among the businesses permitted to reopen under certain health orders. One chain is adding a special service to help customers feel safe during the COVID-19 crisis.
Business is booming for bike shops across the nation as families seek ways to stay in shape and get outside during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advocates say small and diverse businesses are inherently at a disadvantage when it comes to the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
Memorial Day weekend would be a big day for businesses and many aren’t sure they can survive like this much longer.
A Norco restaurant reopened this past weekend, and a customer surprised the staff by leaving a $5,000 tip.
Nail salons in California won’t reopen until phase three of Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan, but many business owners are already preparing for how they will take in customers when they are given the green light.
The pastry professionals at Cinderella Cakes, a small business that specializes in special events, are facing difficulties and are working to reinvent themselves as they try to reopen.
Unless you are Amazon or a supermarket, just about every business has been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The organization representing hairstylists and salon owners in the Southland and elsewhere sued Gov. Gavin Newsom and state Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeking a court order forcing officials to allow personal grooming shops to reopen as quickly as possible.
Local restaurants are preparing for the day they can reopen for dine-in after Governor Newsom laid out guidelines on Tuesday afternoon that will have to be met to do so.
San Bernardino County officials say they’re ready to safely reopen more businesses that were closed during the COVID-19 crisis, even if they don’t meet the state’s criteria.
Brent Geris can make a lot of magic happen, but so far he hasn't figured out a way to make the coronavirus epidemic disappear.
The Flower Mart in Downtown L.A. was a mad house on Saturday as people scrambled to get flowers for mom the day before Mother’s Day and the after Governor Gavin Newsom entered California into Phase 2 of reopening after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Secret salon services, such as house calls for haircuts, are increasingly taking place as the economy starts reopening — but hair and beauty salons are not in the next reopening phase for California businesses, which is adding to their plight.
The second round of federal stimulus money for small businesses is about to be doled out but when businesses do get that money to try to stay afloat, they run into a host of other problems. In our look at bringing back business, Sandra Endo explains how the PPP loan may come with too many stipulations.
Economists like to talk about numbers, but behind the numbers are people.
Confusion in Orange County tonight. Are businesses allowed to open or aren’t they?
In our look at bringing back business, we look at where the $310 billion from the federal government should be going and talked to one of the lucky ones, a small business that received Paycheck Protection Program money in the first round.