Custom Content by the Los Angeles Business Journal
A Managing Director in the CBIZ MHM Los Angeles office
This has been a monumental year in the area of U.S. federal and state and local taxes.
Capital Group shakeup part of private investment company’s unorthodox structure
Capital Group Cos. reshuffled scores of its portfolio managers and analysts assigned to its three major equities business units this summer as the downtown–based investment giant seized upon an accelerating inflow of cash from investors shifting to its safe-haven mutual funds, according to an analyst with fund tracker Morningstar Inc. who was familiar with the shakeup.
Changes in L.A. economy reflected in private cos. lists
Manufacturing and real estate-related companies have declined in prominence on the Business Journal’s private companies lists over the past 20 years while architecture/engineering/construction, finance and wholesale/ distribution firms have grown their presence.
Delta Air Lines announced Oct. 19 that it will launch daily nonstop service between Ontario International Airport and Atlanta in April, marking the third carrier with transcontinental flights from the Inland Empire airport.
SpaceX prioritizes talent over cost in Port of L.A. project; Nexon’s ‘MapleStory’ hits 1 million; Clippers and Second Spectrum team up for VR game viewer
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners on Oct. 18 approved a $2 billion, 28-year contract to a consortium of 11 companies to design, build and operate a consolidated car rental facility near Los Angeles International Airport.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate edged up to 4.6 percent in September even as the county recorded sizable job gains in the education sector, according to state figures released Oct. 19.
USC has reached a $215 million class-action settlement with hundreds of students who had filed a lawsuit alleging they had been sexually abused by a former campus gynecologist.
Los Angeles faces a reality marked by economic extremes
The bitter divide of domestic politics might be enough to blur the accumulating indicators of Los Angeles’ steady rise as a global city.
Boyle Heights project gets backing from Canyon Partners Real Estate
Century City-based real estate investment firm Canyon Partners Real Estate provided a $49-million loan to finance the construction of the five-story, 200-room Hyatt House hotel
Private equity firm will consider opportunities beyond Puget Sound
PE firms gets spas in Seattle.
Downtown location includes rooftop basketball court and recovery lounge
“Experiential retail” in the air.
City councilmember comes aboard as facilities operator awaits hockey vote
Oakview taps City Council for talent.
Latest report pegs spending in L.A. County sector at $6.2 billion annually
Breakdown of defense dollars in L.A. County.
Brookfield sells 11-story retail, office building
CIM Group gets Desmond’s building in Miracle Mile.
Condolences to family, friends and associates of the late Paul Allen
FINANCE: Mid-market M&A specialist new line for SF-based bank
Union Bank buys Intrepid Investment Bankers.