Developer bills project as new green standard, relief on housing crunch
A 21,500-home community has finally gotten the green light after years of legal and environmental challenges.
ECONOMY: Snap’s entry, Activision’s strength set pace.
A look at the movers on this year’s list of the largest public companies ranked by market capitalization.
ENTERTAINMENT: Talent agencies’ old-school training.
Aspiring agents at local talent agencies are still required to put in time in the company mailroom.
HEALTH CARE: El Segundo base for anti-cancer components.
Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong has pledged to bring manufacturing jobs to El Segundo as part of his cancer treatment initiative.
Downtown-based electric vehicle maker seeks $66 million contract.
Electric bus maker BYD sweetens deal for MTA contract.
Adult beverage sales seen as key to increasing movie attendance.
Movie theaters try to lure customers with increased alcohol sales.
Call it some sort of kismet when it comes to Dan Beckerman, chief executive of downtown-based AEG, and Peter Guber, boss of Mandalay Entertainment Group in Culver City.
Honda of Hollywood revs up interest from a San Jose-based buyer.
Torrance’s Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center receives $20 million donation.
Software developer clicks with Playa Vista ad exchange Rubicon Project in $38.5 million deal.
LAEDC teams up with community colleges on workforce training program.
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Delivery not seen as vital in near term for grocery chain Trader Joe’s despite market trends.
LAW: DLA Piper gets Liner in local industry shakeup
DLA Piper plans merger with local law firm Liner.
logistics: Purchase is part of Long Beach delivery company’s expansion effort.
There’s no denying the newspaper business is struggling – especially on the print side – but the proverbial newspaper boy is, surprisingly, doing just fine.
TECHNOLOGY: Certificate in place of pilot’s license among changes to ease way.
Drone filming companies say new FAA rules have helped business take off.
PORTS: Shipping line mergers are changing cargo movement locally, abroad.
Shipping line mergers are having ripple effects at L.A.’s twin ports.
FrontEdge Technology pulls in $2.7 million for razor-thin product for medical devices.
FrontEdge Technology Inc. raised $2.7 million from a couple of undisclosed investors last month to further develop a razor-thin battery for in-body medical devices.
Business groups fear city’s plan for affordable housing could price out projects.
Along-contentious battle over development of Santa Monica’s downtown is expected to come to a head this week as the City Council is set to consider a long-term development plan for the area.
$83 million multifamily sale highlights potential between downtown, MacArthur Park.
Sonny Astani sees some potential for another project on the stretch of Wilshire Boulevard between downtown and MacArthur Park after a recent $83 million sale of the 218-unit WilshireValencia apartments.
Critics may still raise hackles, but Newhall Ranch approval should be viewed as a win.
Successful investment must go beyond housing to the nonprofits who support those in need, writes Joel John Roberts.
NONPROFIT: Districts mull fee increases, service cuts.
Business improvement districts work to resolve rising labor costs from minimum-wage hikes.
SPORTS: Run at Olympics has rung up $16 million tab.
Los Angeles appears likely to bring home the gold, silver and bronze of the 2028 Summer Games.
INTERNET: Ransomware has cybersecurity firms in demand.
Spike in ransomware attacks has orders clicking at cyberdefense providers.