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Businesses Frown Upon EBT Fees

The change in law regarding the electronic benefit transfer, or EBT, includes an additional charge for transaction fee on businesses. The revelation serves as...

Minimum Wage to Rise in July in L.A. County

While those in the workforce may welcome the increasing minimum wage in L.A. County, concerns are growing among business owners about the rising payroll. From...

Disability Lawsuits Target Minority Business Owners

California has reportedly taken up 40 percent of the nationwide disability discrimination lawsuits. In response, Unification of Disabled Latin Americans (UDLA) said that some unethical...

Violation of FDA Laws Embattle Korean Businesses

Some Southern California-based Korean businesses, which deal directly with importing goods from South Korea, have recently come under scrutiny after violating the U.S. Food...

Koreatown Businesses Spend Meaningful Holidays

In a small office, employees in their 20s and 30s are holding a meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to arrange the volunteer...

“Two Brands under One Roof” Gaining Popularity in K-town

One recently opened restaurant on Olympic Boulevard in Los Angeles Koreatown sells shabu noodles (kalguksu) on its first floor and Korean barbecue chicken on...

“Manual del Empleado” Giving Headache to Koreatown Businesses Owners

At a small business operated in L.A. Koreatown by David Park, the employees are mostly of Hispanic origin. Park wanted to create a Spanish...

K-Town Businessmen and L.A. City Hold Win-Win Meeting

For the first time ever, Los Angeles Koreatown’s businesspeople held a face-to-face meeting with the city government officials in an effort to promote active...

Business Owners’ Lack of Interest Prompts $10,000 Litigation

After receiving a complaint letter from a public interest lawyer, a business owner in Koreatown sighed in exasperation. The complaint was based on the...

Neighborhood’s 27-Year-Old Sesame Donut Fights off Krispy Kreme Inside the Same Mall

During an age in which corporate-owned coffee and snack shops, armed with wealth and marketing power, are rapidly replacing local businesses, San Diego’s Carmel...

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