Special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, are in the midst of their biggest moment yet.
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Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Koreatown continues to be a hotbed of development.
Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher and CEO Josh Schimmels opens the 2020 Wealthiest Angelenos Special Issue.
Despite a global pandemic and one of the most tumultuous economic environments in modern history, U.S. billionaires have done surprisingly well in the past year.
Many ultra-rich, part-time Angelenos have a large presence here, and they often contribute more than most full-time residents.
The historically strong real estate market in Los Angeles has faltered during the Covid-19 pandemic.
While many industries have struggled in the face of Covid-19, companies in the nimble tech sector have adapted quickly and, in many cases, even thrived.
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Several big-box retailers — including Target Corp., Walmart Inc., Home Depot Inc., Costco Wholesale Corp. — have posted substantial sales increases since the pandemic hit in March.
To say L.A. County hospitals have had a challenging year on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic would be an understatement.
Amid this grim picture, banks appear to be something of a bright spot. The sector was one of the few to add jobs during the pandemic, according to state data.
The proliferation of ecommerce over the past six months has resulted in local job gains at delivery service businesses.