Carol Lawrence

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Recent Stories

Swissport International to Lay Off 830 Employees at LAX

Swissport International plans to close its ground handling and transportation operations at Los Angeles International Airport and lay off about 830 people, the Zurich, Switzerland-based company said in a letter to the state’s Employment Development Department.

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Colliers Acquires Glendale’s CBC Advisors and Adds 10th Area Office

Toronto-based Colliers International Group Inc. has closed on its purchase of CBC Advisors in Glendale, a commercial real estate brokerage franchise, according to Colliers.

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Digital Play in L.A.

Burgeoning e-sports industry evolves, develops hub here

E-sports is growing up, and Los Angeles County may be its top playground.

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FAT Brands Inc. Closes Acquisition of Hurricane Grill & Wings

Restaurant franchising company FAT Brands Inc. said it has closed on its $12.5 million acquisition of Hurricane Grill & Wings, bringing FAT Brands’ franchise count to more than 325 units globally.

8 over 80: Norman Lear

“The facts of my life, whatever I was doing the day I was doing, I enjoyed the most,”

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8 over 80: Milt Larsen

At 87 years old, Milt Larsen is still a magician at heart.

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Pasadena Campus Pegged at $250M

Coretrust Capital Partners plans upgrades

Downtown-based real estate investment firm Coretrust Capital Partners last week acquired the six-acre Corporate Center Pasadena, the largest office campus in the city, according to the company.

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13-Acre Fuller Campus in Pasadena Hits the Market

The 13-acre Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena is going on the market, according to its broker, CBRE Group Inc.

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Coretrust Capital Buys Six-Acre Office Campus in Pasadena for $250M

Downtown real estate investment firm Coretrust Capital Partners has purchased Pasadena’s largest office campus, the six-acre Corporate Center Pasadena, according to the company.

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Aecom Lands $3B U.S. Air Force Contract

Engineering firm Aecom in Century City announced a subsidiary has won a $3 billion federal contract to supply operation and maintenance services to the U.S. Air Force.

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