Inside an LA bakery that crosses bicultural borders

Tuesday, 24 November 2015 11:49 Written by
In Los Angeles' immigrant neighborhoods, it's not uncommon for the grand opening of a store or restaurant to be accompanied by a live mariachi group. That happened recently at the opening of La Monarca bakery and café in LA's Highland Park neighborhood. It was the seventh store to open in a growing Los Angeles-area chain specializing in traditional Mexican baked goods and sweets like pan dulce and tres leches cake.
Louisiana Breast Centers Invest in Sectra's Breast Imaging II Solution
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 10:43 Written by
SHELTON, Connecticut, November 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationalmedical imaging IT companySectra (STO: SECT B)announces thatBreast Center of Acadianahasentered into a multi-yearagreement to deployBreast Imaging PACS in its twofreestandingimaging centers. This investment willprovide the Breast Centera future-proofplatformcapable of expanding with the practice. Breast Center of Acadiana provides screening mammography along with screening 3D ultrasound to women in southern Louisiana at locations in Lafayette and Youngsville.
Sectra: Louisiana Breast Centers Invest in Sectra’s Breast Imaging IT Solution
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 10:36 Written by
LINKÖPING, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International medical imaging IT company Sectra (http://www.sectra.com/) (STO: SECTB) announces that Breast Center of Acadiana, in the US, has entered into a multi-year agreement to deploy Breast Imaging PACS in its two freestanding imaging centers. This investment will provide the Breast Center a future-proof platform capable of expanding with the practice.
Small Business Saturday at La Porte this week
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 08:08 Written by
Posted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 7:00 am Small Business Saturday at La Porte this week The City of La Porte was established in 1892 and has over 120 years of rich history deeply embedded into its roots. As one of the tourist capitals in the 1920’s-40’s thanks to the Sylvan Beach Pavilion and the train depot, the City looks to bring some nostalgia back for residents and visitors alike this Small Business Saturday while encouraging…
Here are all the wild and offbeat cars we saw at the LA Auto Show
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 07:25 Written by
Bryan Logan/Business InsiderMaserati exhibit at the 2015 LA Auto Show. The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show has yet again given us a glorious look into the future of motoring. We've also seen some upcoming models that will probably fly off showroom floors like Jaguar's first SUV, the F-Pace, and Alfa Romeo's BMW M3 killer, the Giulia Quadrifoglio sedan.
KBR Awarded Contract for G2 LNG's Grassroots LNG Liquefaction Facility in Louisiana
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 06:19 Written by
HOUSTONNovember 24, 2015 - KBR Inc. (NYSE:KBR) announced today that the company has been awarded a contract by G2 LNG, LLC (G2 LNG). The contract is to provide Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Front End Engineering Design (FEED) engineering and FERC report pre-filing services to support the development of a grassroots Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) facility of fourteen million metric tons per year of liquefaction and export capabilities in Cameron Parish on the Calcasieu Ship…
De La Rue outperforms expectations in challenging market conditions
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 04:31 Written by
Commercial banknote printer De La Rue PLC has enjoyed a stronger half year than expected, despite challenging trading conditions. The business, which has a factory in Gateshead , has reported revenue of £204.8m for the six months ended September 26, 2015 - down from £214.9m in the comparable period the previous year.
San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership CEO leaving for LA River project
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 04:14 Written by
Cynthia Kurtz, president and CEO of the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership, announced Monday that she is leaving to become chief operating officer for the LA River Revitalization Corp. The nonprofit organization is looking to create a 51-mile green way corridor along the river that will restore the area’s natural environment and attract businesses through public/private partnerships.
UPDATE 1-De La Rue to review cash-sorting business as profits fall
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 03:10 Written by
(Recasts with CEO comments on review of cash-sorting machinebusiness) LONDON Nov 24 Banknote printer De La Rue said it would launch a "root and branch" review of itscash-sorting machine business after the company's first-halfprofits fell by more than a third. De La Rue said it was confident about its full-yearperformance as the value of its order book had risen, but alsosaid market conditions remained volatile.
De La Rue : to review cash-sorting business as profits fall
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 03:00 Written by
De La Rue said it was confident about its full-year performance as the value of its order book had risen, but also said market conditions remained volatile. The cash processing solutions business, which includes the sale and maintenance of high-speed sorting machines to print works and banks, slid further into the red in the period, recording an operating loss of 4.7 million pounds.

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