Jerry Sullivan is the Editor of the Los Angeles Business Journal, the leading source of news, feature stories, analysis and commentary for the community of business in Los Angeles.
He previously served in the same capacity for the Orange County Business Journal, a sister publication based in Irvine, California.
Sullivan founded the Los Angeles Garment & Citizen, which served neighborhoods throughout Downtown Los Angeles and surrounding districts from 2001 to 2010.
He also has edited California Apparel News, Pacific Textile News and World Trade Magazine.
Prior experience as a reporter includes working the crime, sports and business beats for weekly and daily newspapers.
Sullivan is a native of Chicago, and a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 200
Richard Pink is playing it by the numbers and keeping family in mind as Pink’s Hot Dogs prepares to mark 78 years in business on Sept. 27.
Tight housing supply appears to keep market stocked with credit-worthy borrowers
Home prices up, delinquencies and foreclosures down, in L.A. County’s housing market.
Word on the street around L.A. Live says AEG is ready for more than one night in Bangkok – stay tuned on that one …
A member of the fourth-generation of the family that owns Canter’s Deli has raised $9.5 million in a series A round for a software system that was developed to manage to-go orders and deliveries at the famous Fairfax district eatery and now is marketed to other restaurants.
It takes a village to get a grip on fashion these days,
Last week’s word of China-based insurer Anbang’s pending sale of a group of luxury hotels led to a round-robin among some well-informed industry watchers who speculated that the Montage Beverly Hills could change hands in a separate deal.
The recent ruckus over a homeless shelter in Koreatown got loud enough amid the summer heat to mute rumblings of a possible deal between Bank of Hope and Hanmi Bank, which would amount to a whole new era for the neighborhood and the Korean-American community in general.
Don’t be surprised to see an influx of Sun Devils around downtown – and this has nothing to do with the long, hot summer that’s baking the City of Angels.
I already have some updates to our annual LA500, the centerpiece of this week’s issue
No shortage of places big and small where art and business intersect around L.A., including Mama Lion Supper Club, a Koreatown hookah lounge that serves up food, drink and the occasional celebrity in the making at 6th & Western.