Cedars-Sinai, Torrance Memorial forge partnership in which both will operate under parent entity.
HEALTH CARE: Cedars-Sinai and Torrance Memorial like the prognosis for a joint medical center entity.
Visitors spent record amount last year, but local officials wary of Trump’s impact on travel.
TOURISM: L.A. County welcomed record numbers in 2016, but officials are bracing for travel-ban fallout.
Ribbons were cut earlier this month for the James B. Freedman Pitch Deck at the UCLA Anderson School of Management Venture Accelerator.
HOUSING: Council signs off on path to turn unapproved units into permitted homes.
HOUSING: Los Angeles City Council opens door for bootlegged residential units to gain permits.
BIOTECH: Shares of Puma tumble after exec’s exit prior to crucial review by FDA.
BIOTECH: Fate of drug company Puma could hinge on upcoming FDA review of its cancer treatment neratinib.
Bruce Makowsky lives on high end of mansion market with projects such as $250 million Bel Air home
REAL ESTATE: Developer Bruce Makowsky has given luxury a whole new ZIP code with his megamansions.
MANUFACTURING: Furniture maker Virco is sitting prettier as school districts up their postrecession budgets.
AEROSPACE: Military deals could help SpaceX cope with swings in commercial orders.
Military contracts could provide a big lift to SpaceX’s launch business.
DEVELOPMENTT: New rules draw fire from businesses, which may relocate projects.
City of L.A.’s new law on rental unit requirements might spur projects to move away.
ENTERTAINMENT: Sale to Camsing may ease financial issues for Stan Lee’s Pow.
Camsing’s deal for comic-book legend Stan Lee’s Pow could punch up production.
DEVELOPMENT: System will restrict EIR authors to prequalified consultants list.
In the hopes of avoiding protracted lawsuits over environmental impact reports for major projects, city of L.A. planning officials will soon start requiring that developers use only prequalified consultants to prepare those massive reports.
FOOD: Corridor Capital’s second attempt to swallow Indo-European successful.
Corridor Capital has been keeping busy.
Culver City seafood supplier Rubicon Resources, a venture of Thai seafood packing and distribution companies AMS and PTN Group, will be acquired by High Liner Foods Inc., a publicly traded Canadian company, in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $107 million.
ACQUISITION: Father, son buy Lincoln Boulevard land next to Night + Market site.
Many Angelenos see Lincoln Boulevard in Venice as a road to the airport – one lined with a hodgepodge of small businesses ranging from auto repair shops to liquor stores.
U.S. business community could end up paying for an immigration policy that bars entrepreneurs
DEVELOPMENT: Village complex also will bring retail.
USC’s dorm project could serve as a wake-up call that brings investment into the area.
SHIPPING: Carson extends moratorium on new operations.
Carson and logistics firms have yet to map out a plan to balance business and residential issues.
RETAIL: 99 Cents Only still struggling to jump-start sales.
99 Cents Only faces a big payment as a debt deadline nears for the highly leveraged chain.
Guild inks deal with producers that takes into account concern for shows’ shorter seasons.
Support for a strike may have helped produce a contract for the Writers Guild of America.
Parent of L.A. Times, tronc, saw advertising revenue take tumble across print, online segments.
First quarter delivered some bad news for Los Angeles Times’ parent, tronc.
Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta form eponymous investment venture.
Former mixed-martial-arts executives get into ring with funding with launch of Fertitta Capital.
Max Nikias led a group of trustees and university officials to D.C. last month, part of an annual USC trip to brief congressional and administration officials on issues important to both the educational community and the university.
WATER: Boosted prospects for aquifer venture deliver Cadiz $300 million in credit.
Improved outlook for Cadiz’s aquifer project helps secure a loan pipeline for the company.
INSURANCE: Investors go for Molina Healthcare after removal of two top execs.
Termination of two top executives at Molina Healthcare nurses the company’s stock.