Pritzkers team up with Venice venture firm for $15M Series A
Pritzker Group, Fifth Wall join forces in $15 million Series B round for furniture maker Interior Define.
Cover Technologies’ new service sorts requirements for accessory structures
A Gardena company is giving homeowners easy access to city of L.A. building codes.
Engagement ring app Sparkly lets user select look, set up secret registry.
Hollywood company wants to modernize engagement ring buying.
EIR on Inglewood campus proceeds as MSG contends Inglewood showed bad faith
L.A.’s newest sports venue will feature add-ons for athletes, fans and visitors.
72 units to start; three others to come in L.A. for Koreatown developer
Jamison completed the first of four planned residential developments in K-town.
Negin Singh, executive director at the Santa Monica Pier Corp
Negin Singh I Santa Monica Pier Corp.
The global population aged 60-and-over will encompass more than one in five people by mid-century, rising from 900 million in 2015 to 2.1 billion in 2050, according to the World Health Organization.
TechStyle adds brick-and-mortar channel to e-commerce base
TechStyle wants to bring e-tail tech tactics to brick-and-mortar retail.
An El Segundo firm added a 1 million-square-foot Missouri mall to its growing portfolio of class B centers.
The median L.A. County home price rose 8 percent in 2017 to $560,000, more than double the national figure.
Several ways to look at New York hedge funder Bill Ackman’s recent retreat from his Pershing Square Capital Management L.P.’s long and hostile run at downtown-based nutrition products marketer Herbalife.
Beverly Hills private equity giant Platinum Equity continued its acquisition tear, announcing four deals last week on top of four others earlier in the young year.
The Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board is stepping up and into the 21st century with a new deal to air its latest marketing campaign on Santa Monica streaming service Hulu.
Hawala's roots trace back to Silk Road, recently cropped up in federal court
Breaking down a low-tech alterative banking system used by some local merchants.
Three deals, six institutions involved Los Angeles, San Diego, Inland Empire
There’s been a flurry of consolidation among Southern California’s small regional banks recently.
Grifols’ exec Zuniga gives back to alma mater, neighborhood on Eastside
L.A.’s growing biosciences industry is tapping into the local talent pool.
L.A. County lost 675 units in 2017; notable names shutter operations here
Some of L.A.’s high-profile restaurants have closed, reflecting a national trend.
Expects revenue to rise 400 percent amid steady gains in state, nation
Cannabis’ new legal status has one local company growing into the City of Industry.
It can be tough to look around Los Angeles and picture a future of something other than fabulous wealth floating above a hard-pressed class of laborers and a shrinking middle class.
While the Los Angeles labor market has made great strides with our current economic expansion, this remains an area filled with many low income and homeless individuals who have not completed a bachelor’s degree.
Brad Gluckstein I Apex Realty / Conga Room
Brad Gluckstein calls himself a real estate executive by day and a salsa dancer by night. He’s chief executive of Apex Realty in mid-Wilshire, with a $500 million portfolio of shopping centers and multi-tenant industrial buildings, as well as founder and co-owner of the Conga Room, a music venue and nightclub celebrating Latin music.
Spanish biotech giant Grifols S.A. grows its L.A. outpost with help from local universities.
Longtime center for academics, aerospace R&D stakes claim on startups
Academia, Fortune 500 companies and tech, aerospace, biotech and engineering businesses mix in Pasadena.