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OP-ED: Direct Public Offerings tap investors without risk of JOBS Act’s crowdfunding exemption rules.
Jenny Kassan touts the mass appeal of Direct Public Offerings as a crowdfunding option.
Bradford Cornell warns that shockingly high fines in the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. case could burn Californiay.
Burbank has decided not to appeal a ruling that blocked the opening of a new Wal-Mart Stores Inc. outlet at the city’s Empire Center, but Wal-mart intends to continue the legal battle.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday named Kelli Bernard as deputy mayor for economic development.
ENERGY: Need to secure power could give Coda batteries inside lane.
State electricity-storage ruling could charge up business for battery maker left over from Coda Automotive.
OP-ED: Mayor Eric Garcetti shouldn’t wait to ditch the city’s gross receipts tax and costly union work rules.
Mayor Eric Garcetti shouldn’t wait to ax the city’s gross receipts tax and bad union work rules, writes Arthur F. Rothberg.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has signed an ordinance to waive fees for the filming of television pilots in Los Angeles, the mayor’s office announced Friday.
Scott London, the former KPMG auditor who has pled guilty to insider trading, deserves three years in prison and a $100,000 fine, according to a confidential report from the U.S. Probation Office.
The Los Angeles City Council gave final approval on Wednesday for the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday went to Bell Gardens to help campaign contributor Bicycle Casino celebrate the pending construction of its new luxury hotel.
REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY
Parking space remains a driving issue for developers.
The Los Angeles region is poised to create more manufacturing jobs but more needs to be done to get potential workers ready for those jobs, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday at the opening of the Westec manufacturing expo.
Gov. Jerry Brown must be in a time warp, Charles Crumpley writes, because Brown still thinks California leads the entire nation.
OP-ED: The mayor is wrong to support special tax cuts for movie companies. What about the rest of the city?
Adam B. Summers wants the mayor to direct his business-boosting focus beyond TV and film.
OP-ED: Individual payer finds pricey policies and few choices on California’s health care exchange website.
California’s health care exchange gets a poor early prognosis from Steve Duchesne.