Special Report: Business of Sports
LAFC’s stadium will join a growing field of attractions at Exposition Park.
LAFC’s large, diverse ownership draws on range of experience here to score fans, pull in sponsors.
New franchise’s game plan draws on a diverse ownership roster.
From employment and compensation to housing units and land value, the Business Journal looks at how Los Angeles County adds up.
Olympics Get Transit Moving
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has identified several transit projects for possible fast-tracking before the Olympics come to Los Angeles in 2024 or 2028.
ECONOMY: Snap’s entry, Activision’s strength set pace.
A look at the movers on this year’s list of the largest public companies ranked by market capitalization.
Chef’d has added Campbell Soup to the mix as the meal kit delivery company’s largest investor.
PROFILES: From a 22-year-old manager of e-sports teams to a 92-year-old manufacturing executive, the Business Journal spotlights some of the working world’s newcomers and old hands.
ECONOMY: Icons talk industries, culture.
Patrick Soon-Shiong, Peter Lowy, Tyra Banks, Eli Broad, and Michael Milken spoke at the Business Journal’s inaugural Icons event.
The Wealthiest Angelenos were enriched at a healthier rate than all U.S. households in 2016.
Monica C. Lozano approached her stewardship of Spanish-language newspaper La Opinión as a family business that provided a voice for immigrant, Latino communities.
Monica C. Lozano worked to deliver more than just news to the Latino community while running La Opinión.
Los Angeles is a middle-market kingpin, home to thousands of companies valued at less than $1 billion. But don’t let size fool you. These innovative businesses, from tech to manufacturing, are drawing interest from investors at home and abroad to what Jim Freedman called “the most fertile place in the world for … mid-sized and smaller companies.”
Three habits seem to portend a long and productive life. The fourth key may be harder to grasp.