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BizBrief: Today’s News To Know

Port of Long Beach Updates Its Strategic Plan This week, the Port of Long Beach released a summary of updates to its strategic plan, which...

Long Beach Transit Pushes Ahead With More Electric Buses In 2019

By boarding Long Beach Transit’s (LBT) Passport route, passengers are giving both their wallets and the environment a break. The free service, which runs...

Cannabis Businesses Urge City To Review Tax Rates Or Lose Revenue

With stainless steel countertops, high tech equipment and the occasional can of cake pan spray, Stacy Loucks’ TKO Edibles is open for business. But...

JetBlue Surrenders 10 Flight Slots At Long Beach Airport

JetBlue Airways has relinquished 10 flight slots at Long Beach Airport (LGB). The voluntary forfeiture was made after the air carrier failed to meet...

Michael Levy Reflects On 40 Years In The Business Of Art

Art dealer Michael Levy, owner of Michael Levy Gallery at 6626 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., is celebrating 40 years in the business of dealing...

Over Span Of Two Weeks, City Council Tackles Downtown Parking, Acute...

In the past two weeks, the Long Beach City Council discussed numerous large contracts, citywide policy proposals and staff research on a variety of...

Port Executives Discuss Trade Outlook, Strategies To Maintain A Competitive Edge

Following an influx of imports sent by shippers seeking to beat out expected tariffs – a negotiating tactic that was pushed from January to...

Economists Weigh In On Challenges To Twin Ports’ Marketshare

The past few years have marked growth for the San Pedro Bay ports. But even as the ports garner an increasing number of containers...

San Pedro Ports Make Major Investments In Rail Expansion Projects

The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are pursuing multi-million-dollar projects to enhance their rail systems. As the Port of L.A. increases its...

PierPass Updates Still Under Review; Trucking Industry Seeks Modernized Appointment Systems

Last year, 17.6 million twenty-foot equivalent cargo containers moved through the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles combined, positioning them both firmly atop...

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