More coverage and photos next week to go with these notes on a scorecard from the year’s first tour of the construction site that will soon give birth to Stan Kroenke’s Palace on Prairie, aka the L.A. Stadium & Entertainment District, which eventually will host his Rams as well as the Chargers in Inglewood.
Many Los Angeles cannabis enthusiasts were disappointed to find they couldn’t ring in the New Year with a smoke, or perhaps a very special brownie.
Tenants of the Red Building in the Pacific Design Center are expanding their presence as the city has become increasingly desirable for tech and entertainment companies.
The Harbor Trucking Association, a coalition of West Coast trucking carriers, has named Weston LaBar its first chief executive officer.
Aecom hopes upfront financing puts bus lane on fast-track.
A new bus lane proposal could drive a hefty contract for Aecom, but local obstacles could get in the way.
Former Ares execs Stein, Rahemtulla top initial target of $450 million in first go
Norris Healthcare Center to serve 100,000 patients a year in Boyle Heights
The new $100 million outpatient Norris Healthcare Center at the USC Health Sciences Campus in Boyle Heights opens this week, designed with future medical technology in mind.
Biannual promo push helps put upscale local eateries in national picture
Dine L.A., the city’s two-week foodie-dream, returns to Los Angeles with more restaurants.
County to devote resources to help industry growth, support entrepreneurs
L.A. County aspires to draw new biotech firms through an initiative to cluster bioscience facilities that focus on nurturing startups.
Restaurants lead way as franchisers expand base in growth year
Franchisers, particularly restaurants, in L.A. County added units to grow numbers.
AIDS Foundation’s Michael Weinstein pushes for signatures
A battle royal between landlords and renters may be gearing up on California’s ballot this year.
Randy Watts I William O’Neil + Co. Inc.
To call Randy Watts a morning person is an understatement. Watts, chief investment strategist for William O’Neil + Co. Inc. investment advisors, arrives at the company’s Playa Vista headquarters no later than 5 a.m. to check on world events from overnight.
The dawning weeks of 2018 provide an apt opportunity to lay down a fascinating benchmark.
There is a beer battle brewing across the country, and it’s having a significant economic impact right here in our backyard.
AEG chief oversees far-flung empire from downtown HQ
View from the top of a sports, music, venue and real estate empire.
Sports Entrepreneur Went to Bat for Olympics
Pushing L.A.’s future success.
Silicon Beach Report Jan. 3: AeroVironment Announces Joint Venture for High-Altitude, Solar-Powered Drone
AeroVironment announces joint venture for high-altitude, solar-powered drone, SpaceX shows videos of Falcon Heavy standing upright on launch pad and Snapchat may force users to watch three seconds of ads before skipping.
Real estate investment trust CIM Commercial Trust Corp. has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the fee-simple interest in 9460 Wilshire Blvd., a nine-story office building in the Golden Triangle of Beverly Hills, on undisclosed terms.
2018 has arrived and with it new personal and professional goals and aspirations, so the Business Journal asks: Are you making any New Year's resolutions?
Sales via social media seen as game-changer with new soccer team set to debut
Gets 3 buildings in 2 deals; plans makeover for all 34,000 square feet
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual Book of Lists franchise recently added a new element – coverage of a theme that reflects the current pulse of business in Los Angeles.
‘It’s the beginning of the beginning’
Peter Guber was there in ’88. Dodger Stadium, Game 1 of the World Series, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. the Oakland Athletics.
One-Time USC Roommates Shake World of Sports
Think of Staples Center and there’s a good chance that the sweaty intensity of a Taylor Swift concert, the quickness and athleticism of a Los Angeles Kings ice hockey game or the solemn passion of Kobe Bryant’s recent numbers retirement ceremony will take center stage in your mind.
If kids are not in school, they can’t learn. Students who attend class more often do better in school, and students who are chronically absent—meaning they miss at least 15 days of school in a year—fall behind.