The Los Angeles Times are going to stay put in their historic headquarters for the moment. They have no immediate plans to relocate operations after its historic downtown headquarters were sold nine months ago. The media reports have been to the contrary though. They are researching their options for the future.

Los Angeles Times to Stay Put in Historic HQ for Now

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