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Development struggles in part stoked by social media have Jerry Snyder strictly focused on entitled properties
Jerry Snyder talks L.A. development and why he’s no friend of social media.
A Look Ahead: What’s on the agenda for Los Angeles business in the coming week
While the Los Angeles Dodgers’ baseball season ended last month, the second season of the club’s three-month accelerator program is nearing its grand finale.
DEVELOPMENT: China’s Dalian Wanda OK with additional taxes, fees.
Chinese developer Dalian Wanda Group is poised to pay megabucks to the city of Beverly Hills in an unprecedented development deal for the construction of its elite condo-hotel project, One Beverly Hills.
Century City investment bank Houlihan Lokey Inc’s second quarter earnings report showed revenues were up 18 percent over the same period last year with the company bringing in $187 million in the second quarter.
REAL ESTATE: Property value may lie in residences.
Donald Trump is still looking for the green from his 2002 acquisition of an L.A. golf course.
INTERNET: Social Reality hires new CFO, turns to Kathy Ireland for advice.
Ad tech firm Social Reality boards Nasdaq on the back of acquisition-fueled growth.
John Visconti, former chief executive of Axium International Inc., was convicted on Tuesday of tax evasion, conspiracy to defraud the Internal Revenue Service, and filing a false tax return.
CEC Capital Group has reached a deal to acquire Santa Monica’s Siemer & Associates, a boutique advisory firm specializing in the media and technology space.
A pair of Los Angeles-based businessmen who said they helped arrange the $122 million sale of the Bijan store on Rodeo Drive in July are suing two fashion companies connected to the deal, claiming to be owed a finder’s fee.
Water Consulting and Engineering Firm Tetra Tech Inc. announced today it was chosen as one of seven contractors eligible to receive up to $400 million in federal dollars to aid the environmental cleanup of old U.S. Army bases.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate rose slightly in September to 5 percent despite relatively strong job growth for the month, state figures released Friday show.
DINING: Pizza chain Fresh Brothers cuts in investor to feed growth.
Fresh Brothers decides to take dough from Nolan Capital to feed the pizza chain’s expansion.
ACQUISITION: Tishman Speyer pays $25 million for couple of properties.
The company that owns New York’s Rockefeller Center is making a foray into L.A.’s up-and-coming Arts District.
El Segundo-based sporting goods retailer Big 5 Sporting Goods was this week’s biggest mover, gaining 8 percent to end at $16.99. Kilroy Realty Corp. Real Estate Trust was also among the week’s movers. The DTLA real estate corporation gained 5 percent to end at $70.11. Specialty pharmaceutical company Ritter Pharmaceuticals Inc. was this week’s biggest loser, dropping 14 percent to end at $1.70.
INTERNET: Peter Guber-led acquisition of Team Liquid could prove game-changer.
Peter Guber has drafted a veteran team of investors in his move into the e-sports field