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City of Hope Awarded $7.5 Million to Develop Therapies for Rare Blood Cancer

City of Hope National Medical Center received $7.5 million in federal and private grants to study a rare blood cancer that affects the skin.
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Evocharge Acquired by Phillips & Temro

Electric vehicle charging equipment manufacturer Evocharge Inc., based in Downtown, was acquired March 20 by heavy equipment control developer Phillips & Temro Industries Inc.

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USC’s board of trustees on March 20 unanimously named Carol Folt, former chancellor of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, as its first woman president.
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Brentwood-based Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. named Christy Haubegger to the company’s Board of Directors.
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Sunset Formosa Apartment Complex Sells for $12.4M

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Dockless e-scooter operator Neutron Holdings Inc., doing business as Lime, announced March 18 it received a permit from the City of Los Angeles to operate 2,500 scooters in the City in addition to its existing fleet of 3,000.
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READER POLL: Would you adjust your business hours to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates?

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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.

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FOOD FOCUS

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


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SquadUp Shoots for High End

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.


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Air Lease Corp. Planes Grounded

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.


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Paragon Sticks With Retail

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.


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INNOVATIVE ADVISERS

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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Steven Rosen, Christiane Querfeld

City of Hope Awarded $7.5 Million to Develop Therapies for Rare Blood Cancer

City of Hope National Medical Center received $7.5 million in federal and private grants to study a rare blood cancer that affects the skin.
Evocharge

Evocharge Acquired by Phillips & Temro

Electric vehicle charging equipment manufacturer Evocharge Inc., based in Downtown, was acquired March 20 by heavy equipment control developer Phillips & Temro Industries Inc.

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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.

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Carol L. Folt (photo courtesy of UNC Chapel Hill)

USC Names Carol Folt First Woman President

USC’s board of trustees on March 20 unanimously named Carol Folt, former chancellor of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, as its first woman president.
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Christy Haubegger

Hudson Pacific Adds CAA Agent, Latina Founder Haubegger to Board

Brentwood-based Hudson Pacific Properties, Inc. named Christy Haubegger to the company’s Board of Directors.
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READER POLL: Would you adjust your business hours to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates?
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Sunset Formosa Apartment Complex Sells for $12.4M

The Sunset Formosa, a 36-unit apartment in Hollywood, sold for $12.4 million, Stepp Commercial announced March 19.

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APRIL 22
This event will honor Chief Technology and Information Officers and others who are in the top information technology positions within their organizations. These important individuals and teams play vital roles in making Los Angeles a hub for innovation, and in making its businesses, institutions, and nonprofits successful.
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