UCLA and USC on March 12 removed three high-ranking athletics officials who were charged by federal authorities in a nationwide university admissions fraud scheme.
USC’s business school moved up a notch in the latest rankings issued by U.S. News & World Report on March 12, closing in on UCLA’s position.
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A former math professor has donated $1 million to UCLA to bring visiting mathematics professors to the campus.
Pomona College has received a $15 million gift from an alumna and New York philanthropist for naming rights and continued construction of an art museum, the college announced Feb. 27.
Pepperdine University’s Board of Regents late on Feb. 13 named James Gash, an associate dean at the university’s law school, as its eighth president and chief executive, the university announced Feb. 15.
UCLA has licensed epigenetics technology to a Massachusetts-based plant breeding firm to improve the performance of commercial crops.
We’re more than a month into 2019, and the business community in Los Angeles seems to be hitting its stride after the traditional year-end slowdown. Let’s start with the good news, shall we?
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What will 2019 bring for companies seeking to manage their insurance expenses? For organizations that proactively manage risk, the good news is that premiums for most categories of business insurance will rise only modestly in 2019.
Despite its attachment to alumnus President Barack Obama, Occidental College is often an overlooked academic outpost in Los Angeles
California proves that smart clean energy and climate policies go hand in hand with economic growth.
Officials in Los Angeles have for years made numerous attempts to alleviate the city’s infamous traffic gridlock.
Jonathan and Joshua Viner, co-founders of West Hollywood-headquartered dog walking app Wag Labs Inc., have a new venture dubbed Wheels.
Long Beach-headquartered Pedal Movement will operate the City of Long Beach’s bike share program for a sum of $1.3 million for the year of operations.
Ahead of a crucial USC Board of Trustees meeting on Jan. 23, dueling letters from both sides of the dispute over the future of Marshall School Dean James Ellis that has rocked the campus have been sent to the board.