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SpaceX Successfully Launches Manned Mission

A SpaceX Crew Dragon rocket launches the first manned mission from U.S. soil since 2011.

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Netflix Acquires Iconic Egyptian Theatre

Netflix completes its long-pending purchase of Hollywood's legendary Egyptian Theatre from American Cinematheque.

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Real Estate Strategies Speaker: Jim Kruse

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Mr. Kruse joined DPI in 2018 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer.

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K1 Sells Digital Software and Marketing Company

Aurora Capital acquires FMG Suite

Manhattan Beach-based private equity firm K1 Investment Management has sold FMG Suite to Aurora Capital Partners, a private equity firm headquartered in Westwood.

Real Estate Strategies Speaker: Nicholas Sanchez, J.D., LL.M. Taxation

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Nicholas started his career, nearly 15 years ago, with Damasco & Associates (which became part of Miller Kaplan in 2016).

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Advertisers Question Quibi Payments

More trouble is surfacing for short-form streaming service Quibi, this time from major advertisers.

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Real Estate Strategies Speaker: Kenneth Tindall

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Ken is a Director in the Los Angeles, California office, and has more than 20 years of experience in public accounting and tax consulting.

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Real Estate Strategies Speaker: Steven Lurie

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Steven Lurie has a national real estate law practice representing primarily developers, investors, landlords, tenants, borrowers and golf course companies.

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LA500 Speaker: Robert W. Stone

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Robert W. Stone leads City of Hope, a premier cancer research and treatment center dedicated to innovation in biomedical science and the delivery of compassionate, world-class patient care.

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LA500 Speaker: Yannis C. Yortsos

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Yannis C. Yortsos is the Dean of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering and the Zohrab Kaprielian Chair in Engineering, a position he has held since 2005.

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LA500 Speaker: Bruce Munster

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Bruce Munster is a principal of the Munster Freeman Group, a M&A-focused advisory practice within Merrill Private Wealth Management.

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Ares to Pay $1 Million Fine to SEC

Century City-based Ares Management Corp. has been charged with compliance failures by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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To Your Health

Read this week's column from Los Angeles Business Journal Editor Scott Robson for goings-on in L.A.'s business community.

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Live Nation Credit Is Downgraded

Company’s planned $800 million debt issuance gets junk level status

S&P Global Inc. has downgraded Live Nation Entertainment Inc.’s credit rating to junk bond status with a negative outlook and rated the company’s proposed $800 million issuance of senior secured notes at junk level.

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Omninet Capital Buys Office Properties

Firm pays $78 million for campus sites in Commerce, Torrance

Omninet Capital has purchased office campuses in Commerce and Torrance for a combined $78 million.

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Quibi Reaches Out to Homebound Audiences

Startup expands with software for TV

Smartphone-only streaming service Quibi plans to make its short-form content available for TV viewing beginning the last week in May, the company has confirmed.

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UpKeep Technologies Hits $49 Million in Funding

Firm will use new funds to improve app for technicians

UpKeep Technologies Inc., the Westwood-based work-order management software developer, said it has raised $36 million in a Series B, bringing the company’s total funding to $48.8 million.

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CorpHousing Set to Enter LA Market

Company planning to acquire $1 billion in new inventory

CorpHousing Group, a New York-based company with more than $500 million in inventory across the country, is expanding into Los Angeles.

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Real Estate Market Should Roll With the Punches

Industrial, multifamily figure to lead eventual rebound

After a nearly decadelong winning streak, the Los Angeles real estate market has run up against a formidable foe in Covid-19.

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Banks Are Well Positioned to Weather the Storm

Local institutions likely to play a key part in economic recovery

Banks, like a majority of other industries, will not thrive in the Covid-19 downturn. But they are one of the sectors best positioned to survive.

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