James Rufus Koren covers banking and finance for the Business Journal. Prior to joining the Business Journal, he covered state and local politics for several daily newspapers in Southern California. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California. He can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 225, or by email: email@example.com.
Nate D. Sanders house handling items from ‘Captain Kangaroo.’
Huge collection of items from classic kids’ show “Captain Kangaroo” gets local house hopping.
INVESTIGATION: Plaintiffs hope hard drives will help lawsuits against bank.
Politicians and campaign organizations suing a local bank over money stolen by campaign accountant Kinde Durkee could get their hands on more evidence in coming weeks.
Oaktree Capital Group LLC shares rose after the company beat Wall Street expectations again with first-quarter results reported Tuesday.
A New Jersey judge has ordered Santa Monica firm Colony Capital LLC to proceed with the sale of an Atlantic City hotel and casino to the operator of an online poker site.
INVESTMENT: Davidson offer too good to pass up for Crowell Weedon.
Downtown L.A. stock brokerage Crowell Weedon & Co. was founded during the Great Depression – and its age was showing.
A Montana stock brokerage has bought downtown L.A.’s Crowell Weedon & Co., the oldest local brokerage and one of just a few remaining in Los Angeles.
HEALTH CARE: Increase in patient visits helps boost shares of IPC.
Investors check into IPC after the medical employee business reports healthy quarter
Firm polishes up diamonds as investment
Chris Duffield and Kristopher Schellhas hope to polish up investors’ portfolios with diamonds.
A Los Angeles banker, the head of a Middle Eastern investment bank and retired General Wesley Clark plan to announce Monday the formation of an investment fund to help rebuild Syria.
Koreatown bank holding company BBCN Bancorp’s earnings fell well short of investors’ expectations, thanks in part to one bad loan.