Stories by Gabriela
When Steve Reiss attended UC San Diego he immersed himself in communications, visual arts and biology with the objective of literally submerging himself in a future career.
Sheldon Zinberg's Nifty After Fifty gym chain hopes to fit in with the senior set.
The USC Marshall School of Business awarded degrees to 663 students from its M.B.A. program in 2008 and tops this year's Business Journal list as the largest M.B.A. program in L.A. County.
Fullerton native Rynda Laurel got an early start in the worlds of music promotion and interactive marketing, handing out band fliers at rock shows when she was 17.
Caltech professor Sossina Haile is powering a venture to build cost-effective fuel cells.
Major events in commercial and industrial real estate across the L.A. region.
Deciding whether to go to college or culinary school was an easy call for Paul Shoemaker. That's because he'd spent countless hours as a child cooking in the kitchen with his grandfather something he enjoyed tremendously.
Alan Chapman built a list of behind-the-scenes show business jobs before joining marketing company Avatar Labs as a production designer.
Justin Bergeron realized at a young age that in order to be successful in the world of entertainment production, knowing many different aspects of the industry was important.
The Mid-Cities market, with its swath of aging industrial buildings, emerged as an unlikely hero in the first quarter.
When Karin Liljegren was just a young girl in Wayne, N.J., she used to tell her mom that she was going to the mall. But instead, she would take the bus into Manhattan and explore the city's landmarks and cultural institutions.
Even though Heidi Klum and Michael Kors told Christina Scarbo her fashions were "out" on the hit TV show "Project Runway," it might have given her the "in" she needed in the world of fashion.
When Paige Mycoskie attended a sports retail trade show in San Diego two years ago wearing T-shirts she had designed herself, she said she was taken aback when strangers kept asking where they could get the shirts. She decided that day to start her own li
Even when Natalie Sichko was a child, she knew she wanted to work in some type of creative field.
Sports have been a big part of Brandon Raphael's life ever since he can remember, and he is building a career on his passion.
The Business Journal occasionally checks in with L.A. executives and asks them to describe their day. This week, Mara Schwartz, senior director of creative services, film, television and new media for Bug Music/Windswept, discusses her routine.
Owners of local tanning chain Sunset Tan, the focus of an E Channel reality show, are banking on the buzz to launch a nationwide franchise.
Leg Avenue went from swap meet vendor to multimillion-dollar business courtesy of its lingerie and sexy Halloween costumes
Nancy Carr was preparing for a business career when she was a student at USC. When she took some public relations classes, she found the path she wanted to take.