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Everytable aims to serve low-income areas, make money doing it
Sam Polk made millions of dollars as a Wall Street trader; now he wants to fix the fast-food business
EVENTS: Ticketing firm touts nimbler tech, lower fee
New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival switched its ticket vendor last summer from Eventbrite Inc. to SquadUp Inc., a relatively new entrant to the ticket vending market.
AVIATION: Boeing plane crashes hit leasing co.’s fleet
Last week’s grounding of Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX 8 commercial jetliner has hit Century City aircraft leasing company Air Lease Corp.
REAL ESTATE: Developer nabs malls, big-box stores
Retail isn’t dying, it’s evolving. At least that’s how Paragon Commercial Group sees it.
LAW FIRMS SPECIAL REPORT
The Los Angeles legal community is a prestigious one, long home to some of the world’s most accomplished law firms and lawyers. That history doesn’t translate into complacency, however. The region’s attorneys are an enterprising group, constantly looking for an entrepreneurial angle to expand their practices.
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Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about Everytable, a new fast-food concept that is bringing healthy food to low-income neighborhoods.