LA BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
You can expect a bit more fame for FameBit co-founder Agnes Kozera, whose Santa Monica marketing startup has launched as one of the first companies in the 500 Women syndicate.
Manhattan Beach footwear giant Skechers USA Inc has been laced up in infringement cases lately – on both sides of the docket.
Burbank Civic Plaza, a Class A office building in the city’s civic center, has sold to a Chinese investment group for $22 million, or about $287 a square foot.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 25 points in Tuesday trading to close at 17,157. The S&P 500 rose three points to close at 2,002. The Nasdaq rose nine points to close at 4,562. The LABJ Stock Index was flat at 205.
Metacloud, a cloud service company in Pasadena, is to be acquired by networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. of San Jose.
Spark Networks Inc., the company behind special-interest matchmaking sites such as ChristianMingle.com and JDate.com, has seen more of its customers fall for competing dating services.
San Francisco snack food manufacturer Popchips Inc. will move its headquarters to Playa Vista next month.
Southwest Airlines on Tuesday kicked off the $508 million redevelopment of Terminal 1 at Los Angeles International Airport, a modernization project expected to bring in 1,500 construction jobs, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said at a groundbreaking ceremony.
Tribune Publishing Co., parent company of the Los Angeles Times, has invested in downtown L.A. content creator Contend and will partner with the company to create branded campaigns for Tribune advertisers. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Hawthorne rocket maker SpaceX and Chicago aerospace giant Boeing Co. will share a contract to ferry U.S. astronauts to and from the International Space Station, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced today.
The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors has voted to oppose Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s plan to hike the minimum wage in the city to $13.25 an hour by 2017.
The Dow Jones industrial rose 101 points in Tuesday trading to close at 17,132. The S&P 500 rose 15 points to close at 1,999. The Nasdaq rose 34 points to close at 4,553. The LABJ Stock Index rose one point to close at 205.
Workpop, a job board site with a career development focus, has launched after securing $7.9 million in funding.
Cargo volumes increased last month at the Port of Los Angeles, although the neighboring Port of Long Beach saw a decline in activity after what officials there characterized as mismatch between last year’s peak shipping season and this year’s.
The University of California Board of Regents is set to hear a proposal that will establish a multimillion-dollar venture capital fund to back startups founded on student and faculty research. The Wall Street Journal reported the fund could be as large as $250 million.
Santa Monica car-buying company TrueCar Inc. renewed a deal with insurance giant AAA, announcing Monday it will continue to power the auto club’s online auto-buying program.
The Dow Jones industrial rose 44 points in Monday trading to close at 17,031. The S&P 500 fell one point to close at 1,984. The Nasdaq fell 49 points to close at 4,519. The LABJ Stock Index was flat at 204.
Businesses are expanding and need more space, and that’s helping pump up California’s real estate industry. The real estate and rental leasing industries accounted for nearly a quarter of California’s economic growth in the second quarter, according to a report released Monday by downtown’s City National Bank and consulting firm Beacon Economics.
A downtown L.A. investor who recently purchased a prominent South Park development site was among those arrested last week when federal agents raided the Fashion District in connection with an alleged money-laundering scheme for international drug cartels.
Andy Kleinman knows mobile games. But now, Kleinman has a bit of game fatigue having worked in the industry for nearly a decade. So he’s getting out. At least that’s the plan.