LABJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Spinning Into Gold

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

From a security software maker to the developer of an implantable spinal cord neuromodulator, the Business Journal highlights seven spun-out ventures looking to ride the lab coattails of USC, UCLA and Caltech

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ARMORWAY INC.

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer:

Armor software uses analytics to plan security resource allocation to mitigate risk at optimum cost.

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L-NUTRA

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

L-Nutra is developing medicinal food for cancer treatment and anti-aging uses.

IMAGINAB INC.

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

ImaginAb is developing new ways of imaging metastatic prostate, pancreatic and ovarian cancers that aim to give the oncologist a better handle on the extent of disease to improve treatment decisions.

ARMAGEN TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

Armagen Technologies is developing enzyme replacement therapies for Hurler and Hunter syndromes, two rare diseases.

EPETRI INC.

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

Epetri is developing a biomedical imaging system that can stream high-resolution microscopic images of growing cell cultures directly out of the incubator.

NEURORECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Special Report: Innovation / Tech Transfer

Neurorecovery Technologies is developing an implantable spinal cord neuromodulator to aid paralyzed people.

Disney’s World

SPECIAL SECTION: Largest and Most Profitable Companies

Entertainment giant Disney made record strides in leading publicly traded L.A. companies’ rise in valuation.

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Studio’s Equity Star Rises on Hit Films

SPECIAL SECTION: Largest and Most Profitable Companies

Hit movies help rewrite studio Lions Gate’s profitability story.

Building Momentum

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY: Investors flock to L.A.’s rebounding office market, driving deal volume and prices to highs not seen in years.

Building buyers are moving into Los Angeles to get in on the ground floor of the office market’s nascent recovery.

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Developers Nail Down Construction Projects

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Climbing property values and asking rates spur a surge in ground-up projects.

L.A. County: Rising Tide in Hollywood, Westside Can’t Lift Static County Numbers

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Main events in Los Angeles County’s submarkets.

Downtown L.A.: Hotel-Office Development to Add Even More Space to Submarket

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Main events in Los Angeles County’s submarkets.

Hollywood: Rising Rents Expected to Stick Around After More Space Opens

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Main events in Los Angeles County’s submarkets.

Westside: Santa Monica, Century City, Beverly Hills Stoke Hot Submarket

REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Main events in Los Angeles County’s submarkets.