HEALTH CARE: Trim of 200 jobs, prime lab available
Biotech pioneer to shut Santa Monica lab.
MANUFACTURING: BKs, bright spots in mix of largest
Struggles, pleasant surprises among biggest labels here.
Construction and operation of the 12-mile extension of the Foothill Gold Line light rail through the eastern San Gabriel Valley will provide a $2.6 billion economic boost to the region, according to a recent study.
No shortage of biotech news in this week’s issue, with a tough break for 200 or more researchers and an intriguing opportunity for some prime lab space all rolled into Dana Bartholomew’s piece atop page 1, and the same staffer tracking a broader report on the sector as a local job generator in a separate story on page 6.
HEALTH CARE: 58,000 jobs here; Bay Area still top market in state
Report moves L.A. up on rankings of life sciences employment hubs.
CEO’s exit gives business booster chance to find new direction, focus mission
L.A. Area Chamber’s search for new leaders.
GoForward brings tech-heavy service plan backed by $100 million in VC money
It’s billed as “Apple store meets doctor’s office,” its chief executive hails from Google and its newest office opened last week in Westfield’s Century City mall instead of a medical building.
Mendocino Farms sells majority to private equity; Counter goes to franchisor
The local restaurant trade very much reflected industry trends last week as two chains were snapped up – one changing hands in a deal between private equity firms and the other going to a strategic buyer.
New owner plans creative offices for portion of former Northrop industrial site
Downtown-based Gensler, a global architecture, design and planning firm, was selected to redevelop a portion of the former Northrop Grumman Corp. industrial site on Douglas Street in El Segundo into a creative office campus, according to the new owner of the property.
It’s the week of Thanksgiving – just the time to pull on your heart strings.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach recently approved the 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP), which is an aggressive bid to reduce emissions.
These upcoming residential developments are located near the Metro Expo Line expansion that opened in Santa Monica last year.
REAL ESTATE: Airport projects help fuel demand
The office market around LAX is set for takeoff.
Halo Top ranks No. 1 on annual list; entries combine for $3.5B in sales.
Overview of our annual list of the 100 fastest-growing private companies.