New auto registrations in Los Angeles County surged 13.2 percent in January from the year prior, according to new data from Auto Outlook Inc. published by the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association.
Avalon proposes levy to finance $60M hospital
Catalina proposes fee to fund the local hospital.
Interim head of Keck seeks dean’s job
USC Keck’s Dr. Laura Mosqueda is tasked with restoring the school’s reputation.
Peron arrives from EVP post at Northern Trust; year-long investment chief search ends.
New CIO for City National Rochdale
Details in a provision of the new tax law bring likely benefits but also confusion.
Statewide trade group to gather comments, weigh in with L.A. City Council
State restaurant trade group weighs in on L.A.’s trash pickup dispute.
Medical Association confab offers help on challenges of running own practices
Private practice doctors brush up on business skills.
Last-mile logistics, flexible space fuel CRE market; office, retail less important
The change in L.A. County home prices since the Great Recession.
Give Governor Jerry Brown credit for knowing how – and when – to play for his legacy.
Among the most vital resources for California’s small businesses to have is an accessible and affordable energy supply.
Boost in demand for training sessions driven by fears of big verdicts
Sexual harassment claims are on the rise, and the demand for legal services goes well beyond litigation.
Largest firms combine for 2.5 percent increase in ’17
The largest law firms in Los Angeles County showed steady growth in 2017 as the generally strong economy provided a boost across a range of practice areas.
Looking for a break from the hammer and tong of partisan politics in the era of Trump? Check Howard Fine’s frontpage story on the call for a ticket tax on ferry and cruise ship passengers to and from Catalina.
Breitburn Energy Partners submitted an amended recovery plan last week that boosts cash payouts to holdout creditors.
Josh Zad I Alfred Inc.
Josh Zad, chief executive of Alfred Inc., parent of Alfred Coffee & Kitchen and Alfred Tea Room, may have a supersized latte in his hand, but these days his mind is on beer.
FOOD: Culver City-based syrup maker adds 3 chains to national distribution lineup
D’Vash is part of a growing group of firms finding fresh uses for “ugly fruit.”
Open Bank has filed for an IPO, a move that will take the bank from over-the-counter to Nasdaq listing.
Cali Group looks to revolutionize “antiquated” restaurant industry
Robots and other automation are coming to a local fast-food chain.
Insurance brokerage firms are profiting from the post-Great Recession’s strong economy.
Glendale property investor shakes up portfolio with $42M sale of OC office park.
Frank Gehry part of team tackling L.A. River redevelopment plan.
I figured I might have missed on an item that ran in this space last October, speculating that President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner had an L.A. edition of his NYC-based Commercial Observer in the works.
Chinese investors use design to attract growing ethnic visitor base.
New hotel has luxe details and high-tech touches to cater to Asian tourists, locals.