Year in Review 2018

A look at some of the top stories in several key L.A. sectors

Faangs Flock

Google’s new L.A. home shows how biggest tech and new media companies value region


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Colleges Branch Out with Satellite Spaces

Academic institutions have specific needs for LA outposts

Los Angeles is increasingly a destination for universities and colleges looking to expand educational offerings in cities outside their home geographic region

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Large Office Space in Short Supply in LA

Number of 100,000-square-foot spaces on market dips in 2018

Companies looking for large blocks of office space to relocate or grow – especially on the Westside – may be out of luck.

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Quarterly Real Estate

The Real Estate Quarterly


L.A.’s print media scene saw upheaval, rejuvenation in 2018

Year of upheaval for L.A. media

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Aerospace Cos. Expand Extraterrestrial Offerings

Defense and commercial spending support more local firm’s space programs

Aerospace and defense companies in Los Angeles set their sights on space this year.

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Biotech Sees VC Cash Flow

BIOTECH: $320M Westlake fund excites local firms

Los Angeles becoming destination for biotech venture capital investments.

L.A. Lags on Women Directors

CORPORATE: No female reps at Skechers, B. Riley

Divergent responses to law requiring women on corporate boards.

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Last-mile delivery distribution centers move markets

Real Estate: Prime Industrial Space In Demand

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Hanmi Harbinger: Texas Deal Collapse has Ethnic Bank Rethinking Growth Plans

Banking & Finance Special Report

Hanmi banking on Texas for growth.

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Los Angeles Business Journal Innovation Special Report 2018

he Los Angeles Business Journal’s Innovation Special Report takes a look at 20 companies across many industries that are developing new technologies and business practices to solve problems and simplify processes

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Fastest-Growing Private Companies in 2018

Tracking the top-revenue performers from rising stars to seasoned industry leaders.

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Largest Private Companies

Special Report

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Group Project

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.

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