Who’s the guy on the old $10,000 note (Salmon Chase, note no longer printed)? Is America on the gold standard (NO, not since June 1933)? What’s the origin of the term “greenback” (a U.S.
Money can’t buy happiness but writing books on wealth just might. How to get rich is a popular subject in Business and Economics and our collection on wealth will inspire you to take that winding road to budget, save, invest, and prosper. The Library
If you’re preparing to take a professional licensing/certification exam, don’t sweat it -- the Business & Economics Department at the Central Library has you covered. The Department has exam preparation materials covering a wide range of professions such as:
Tired of wandering around 16,560 square feet of stacks in Business & Economics Department looking for the 338’s? Let us help -- reset your LAPL-GPS mapping system with our new transportation themed bookshelf signage. The department has renamed major sections
Santa Anas blow chill and autumn days of mellow fruitfulness are at an end. The Harvest Moon has risen and set. The day shortens, the shadows lengthen; Halloween creeps into the Business & Economics Department.
The Business and Economics Department continues to serve patrons who do not do their Federal and State taxes electronically by offering paper distribution of Federal and California Tax Forms, Instructions, and Publications.
The Business & Economics Department at the Central Library is actively buying hard-to-find technical and professional business e-Books for Los Angeles Public Library patrons. To supplement similar material in print format, these e-Books cover a wide range of topics and proficiency level