Tax credits and incentives are central pillars of the green energy industry.
It was a year that will be remembered for a pandemic, an economic downturn and social justice protests, but for many publicly traded companies in Los Angeles, 2020 will also go down as a period of strong gains in the equities markets.
Coconut water company Zico was reacquired by its founder from the Coca-Cola Co. for an undisclosed sum.
Uplifting Results Labs Inc., the Playa Vista-based nutrition startup behind the Muniq health brand, raised $8.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced Jan. 12.
Before the pandemic, Adam Burke, chief executive of the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, would have called you “crazy” if you told him that he’d be happy to report that Los Angeles hotels were at 50% occupancy.
Veteran investors and former media executives Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky are looking to raise their largest special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, yet.
Real estate investment firm Colony Capital Inc. has relocated its corporate headquarters from downtown to Boca Raton, Fla.
Beverly Hills-based SSI Investment Management has experienced significant upside over the last year through its focus on a relatively niche asset class.
Vernon-based electric vehicle battery-maker Romeo Power Inc. has gone public via a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has sold the majority of his shares in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. and has relinquished his five board seats at the downtown-based nutritional supplement company.
Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors has raised a $600 million collateralized loan obligation fund.
Veteran investors Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky are looking to raise their largest SPAC yet.
Los Angeles County’s jobs report for November showed a continued bounce back from spring’s pandemic-induced lockdown, along with a dose of seasonal hiring.
Beverly Hills-based Platinum Equity has sold portfolio company Compart Systems Pte Ltd. to Chinese investor Shanghai Wanye Enterprises Co. Ltd.
More than 225,000 business owners and nonprofits in Los Angeles County have collectively received about $14 billion in EIDL funding.