LeBron James’ SpringHill Co. has secured an estimated $100 million in backing.

LeBron’s SpringHill Scores Funding, Content Deals

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James and longtime business partner Maverick Carter are riding high with recently announced funding and a new content deal for their entertainment and consumer products company.
Snap headquarters at 772 Donald Douglas Loop N. in Santa Monica.

Snap Rolls Out Shows, New Lenses

In a series of moves seemingly made with one eye on advertisers and the other on rapidly growing competitor TikTok, Snap Inc. recently announced shoppable shows, rolled out music lenses and signed partnerships with third-party developers.

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L.A.’s growth as a bioscience hub has led to new incubators, such as the BioLabs facility at the Lundquist Institute.

LA's Bioscience Sector Sees Continued Gains

L.A.’s bioscience sector generated $44 billion in economic activity and nearly 196,000 jobs last year.
Jeremy Harris, the newly appointed CEO for Long Beach Area's Chamber of Commerce.

Long Beach Chamber Names Harris as CEO

The Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce named Jeremy Harris as president and CEO, part of leadership changes at the organization.


A model wears Alleyoop’s Bronze Medal eyeshadow. The brand’s eyeshadows are significantly outselling its lip products.

In a Mask Moment, Makeup Companies Look to the Eyes

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The Los Angeles City Council approved cannabis regulatory changes during a virtual session on July 1.

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The city of Los Angeles has passed sweeping changes to its cannabis regulatory regime, with big implications for the industry in the one of the world’s largest legal markets.

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Hudson Pacific Founder Coleman Continues to Make His Mark

The LABJ Interview: Victor Coleman and Hudson Pacific take the high-profile route

Even after 30 years, developer Victor Coleman is still making his mark on the Los Angeles real estate market.


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Black Business Owners Hope Promises Will Be Kept

Black-owned businesses seek out funding

As the outpouring of support for Black-owned businesses continues weeks after the death of George Floyd, local entrepreneurs say it’s still too early to see tangible results.


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How Mediation Firm JAMS Became the Dominant Player in the LA Market

An international business, JAMS is considered the dominant company in Los Angeles and the nation when it comes to private mediation and arbitration services.


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In a Mask Moment, Makeup Companies Look to the Eyes

Lipstick sales fall as use of masks surges

It doesn’t take a cosmetics expert to guess that wearing face masks to fend off the coronavirus might be the kiss of death for the lipstick business.


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LA's Bioscience Sector Sees Continued Gains

L.A.’s bioscience sector generated $44 billion in economic activity and nearly 196,000 jobs last year.


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LeBron James’ SpringHill Co. has secured an estimated $100 million in backing.

LeBron’s SpringHill Scores Funding, Content Deals

Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James and longtime business partner Maverick Carter are riding high with recently announced funding and a new content deal for their entertainment and consumer products company.
Snap headquarters at 772 Donald Douglas Loop N. in Santa Monica.

Snap Rolls Out Shows, New Lenses

In a series of moves seemingly made with one eye on advertisers and the other on rapidly growing competitor TikTok, Snap Inc. recently announced shoppable shows, rolled out music lenses and signed partnerships with third-party developers.

People On The Move
L.A.’s growth as a bioscience hub has led to new incubators, such as the BioLabs facility at the Lundquist Institute.

LA's Bioscience Sector Sees Continued Gains

L.A.’s bioscience sector generated $44 billion in economic activity and nearly 196,000 jobs last year.
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Jeremy Harris, the newly appointed CEO for Long Beach Area's Chamber of Commerce.

Long Beach Chamber Names Harris as CEO

The Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce named Jeremy Harris as president and CEO, part of leadership changes at the organization.
Reader Poll
READER POLL: Has the Covid-19 pandemic affected your company’s plans to move or expand your office space?
Companies On The Move
A model wears Alleyoop’s Bronze Medal eyeshadow. The brand’s eyeshadows are significantly outselling its lip products.

In a Mask Moment, Makeup Companies Look to the Eyes

It doesn’t take a cosmetics expert to guess that wearing face masks to fend off the coronavirus might be the kiss of death for the lipstick business.
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