Negotiations to replace the ILWU-PMA contract that had expired in July 2014 dragged on far longer than anyone had anticipated. After nine months of negotiations that contributed to monumental cargo backlogs at West Coast ports, the ILWU and the Pacific Maritime Association finally agreed on a tentative five-year contract in February and the tentative agreement […]
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Los Angeles has a limited supply of funky brick-and-timber buildings ready to repurpose. Despite this scarcity, there is an abundance of single-story, stand-alone concrete buildings in soon-to-be-hip areas that can serve as incubators for the start-up creative companies that crop up on a weekly basis throughout the city.