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USC's Marshall School of Business (photo by Ringo Chiu)

Dueling Letters Sent to USC Trustees Ahead of Crucial Vote Over Business School Dean

Ahead of a crucial USC Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 23, dueling letters from both sides of the dispute over the future of Marshall School Dean James Ellis that has rocked the campus have been sent to the board.
OSI's Rapiscan RTT 110

OSI Systems Scores $11M Contract to Provide Explosive Detector to European Airport

Specialized electronic manufacturer and designer OSI Systems Inc. announced Jan. 22 it had landed an $11 million contract to build an explosive detection system for an undisclosed European airport.

LABJ January 22, 2019

Google signed a 14-year lease for the renovated West Side Pavilion – a nearly 600,000-square-foot space with room for up to 3,000 employees. And SoLo Funds, which is carving out a new niche in the microlending space, announced plans to move downtown. Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum TV about some of the top stories from this week’s issue.

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Rob Leff

Former Fandango CFO Joins OpenX

Digital and mobile advertising software developer OpenX Technologies Inc. appointed Rob Leff as its new chief financial officer.
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The Los Angeles Business Journal will host a discussion on economic trends and forecasts at City Club. Our panel of regional experts will share their insights on the biggest headlines and where the market is going in 2019. Conversation topics include tax reform, new policies, real estate, financial investments and much more.
Steven Mohr

Pasadena-Based Huntington Hospital Appoints Steven Mohr as CFO

Huntington Hospital has named Steven L. Mohr as its new senior vice president, chief financial officer, starting Feb. 11.
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$56.4M Given for Herald Examiner Building Renovation

A $56.4 million bridge financing loan was given for the redevelopment of the Herald Examiner Building in downtown L.A., HFF announced Jan. 18.

Events

The Los Angeles Business Journal will host a discussion on economic trends and forecasts at City Club. Our panel of regional experts will share their insights on the biggest headlines and where the market is going in 2019. Conversation topics include tax reform, new policies, real estate, financial investments and much more.