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2020 Talent Agencies and Venues Special Report

Talent agencies remain some of Hollywood's most powerful companies

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Aerospace Corp.’s Steve Isakowitz is still aiming higher

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Float Could Fly Soon in LA

Air commuter service nears DOT approval

After months of delays, L.A.’s first air shuttle service for local commuters appears close to getting off the ground.


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Jerde Thinks Local, Too

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Founder Arnel Guiang, left, and co-founder Tom Hsieh, of Float Shuttle.

Float Could Fly Soon in LA

After months of delays, L.A.’s first air shuttle service for local commuters appears close to getting off the ground.
Manhattan Beach-based Skechers reported better-than-expected gains in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Skechers Tops Expectations for 2019

For Skechers USA Inc., 2019 was a “milestone year,” according to Chief Operating Officer David Weinberg.

Real Estate Quarterly

Watch a recap of the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report. L.A. Business Journal Publisher and CEO Anna Magzanyan discusses what’s driving development in areas like Highland Park and sectors like industrial real estate in this Spectrum News 1 interview.

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The CRE Awards dinner will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will honor the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner, we will host a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
Trade dropped 5.4% at the Port of Los Angeles in January 2020.

Ports Report January Declines

The local ports reported single-digit dips in cargo volumes for January with one notable exception: Port of Los Angeles exports saw a modest upswing.
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READER POLL: Do you expect the Purple Line extension to the Westside to have an effect on your business?
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The 9-acre Four Trees property in Cerritos includes 11 buildings.

‘Rare’ Cerritos Multifamily Site Sells for $49 Million

A 150-unit apartment complex in Cerritos sold for $48.6 million to Palos Verdes Management Co., which purchased the site from a partnership of local investors.

Events

The CRE Awards dinner will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will honor the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner, we will host a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
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