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Survey Finds 28 Percent of L.A. Professionals Workers Have Quit Jobs Due to Long Commutes

Twenty-eight percent of Los Angeles-area professional office workers have quit a job at some point in their lives because of long commutes, according to a survey released Sept. 25 from San Francisco-based professional staffing firm Robert Half International.

Cedars-Sinai Researchers Develop Drug to Combat Pancreatic Cancer

A new drug developed at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center can prevent pancreatic cancer from growing in mice, while staving off resistance to chemotherapy agents commonly used by humans, according to a new study.

KCRW Parts Way With Director of Programming

Gary Scott is leaving as program director of KCRW 89.9 FM after six years as editorial head of the Santa Monica-based public radio station.

Artists Sue Sony Over International Streaming Payment Method

A Beverly Hills attorney filed a class action lawsuit in New York federal court on Sept. 25 alleging that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. underreports streaming revenues in international markets by giving money to subsidiaries that legally should go to the artist.

Monogram Capital Partners Invest $10 Million in Country Archer Jerky

Beverly Hills-based private equity firm Monogram Capital Partners made its latest investment in food company Country Archer Jerky Co., for $10 million.

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Audax Group Buys Controlling Interest in Acuant

Boston-based private equity firm Audax Group Inc. bought a controlling interest in Culver City-based identification verification software developer Acuant Inc. in a deal finalized Sept. 24.

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Best Places to Work 2018: How We Did It!

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The Best Places to Work in Los Angeles is an annual celebration of elite employers who have proven that they know what it takes to create environments where people love to come to work.

The Best Places to Work in Los Angeles: A Look at the Winners

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WHAT MAKES A COMPANY A GREAT PLACE TO WORK?

Silicon Beach Report Sept. 25: ATTN: Raises $15 Million

$15 million for Hollywood digital media firm; Amazon and Snap ink deal for barcode scanning; Tinder testing new controls for women.

CHLA Buys Vons Property Adjacent to Hospital for $90M

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has purchased the 43,500-square-foot Vons supermarket at 4520 Sunset Blvd near Los Feliz for $90 million, or nearly $2,100 per square foot, from Pleasanton, Calif.-based food-and-drug retailer Safeway Inc.

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Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Commercial Real Estate - To Lease or To Buy

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You should compare the benefits of leasing versus buying your property from a cash standpoint, as well as the more obvious needs standpoint, such as long term space requirements and expansion possibilities.

Who's Building L.A. (September 24): More than Construction: We Build, Value, People, Trust

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Build Group entered Southern California in late 2016 and have embarked on an aggressive journey to match their success in San Francisco since their inception in 2008.

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Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Los Angeles Can Thrive with Living Buildings

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For years, sustainability has been more than just a buzzword in the construction industry – and with good reason.

Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Local Developer Creates Partnership with Parkview Financial to Ensure Multifamily Restoration Continues

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With 40 years of experience under his belt, Marvin Markowitz is no stranger to the real estate community.

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Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Avalon - WEST HOLLYWOOD

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Avalon West Hollywood offers a multi-generational urban lifestyle that embraces the energy of its surrounding movie industry neighborhood and the vibrant street-life of Santa Monica Boulevard.

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Silicon Beach Report Sept. 24: Hulu Becomes First Echo Show Live Stream

Hulu to broadcast on Amazon Echo Show; FabFitFun starts live programming on Facebook; Geldmacher and Ricca join Scopely

Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Oceanwide Plaza - DOWNTOWN

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Oceanwide Plaza, the first North American development by prominent international developer Oceanwide Holdings, is set to become one of the most significant mixed-use developments in the history of downtown Los Angeles.

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Who's Building L.A. (September 24): Circa - DOWNTOWN

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Circa is a new collection of luxury apartments unlike anything Downtown Los Angeles has seen before.

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Dignity Health California Unveils Plans for New Hospital Tower at DTLA Campus

Dignity Health California Hospital Medical Center on Sept. 24 unveiled plans to build a new patient care tower to serve as the hub for a $215 million campus makeover near downtown.

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$870 Million Approved to Expand On-Dock Rail Facility at Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach Harbor Commissioners approved an $870 million budget for an on-dock rail facility that plans to largely shift cargo movement from trucks to trains.

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