Hollywood Park is a mixed-use development spanning nearly 300 acres.
The pandemic may have shuttered retail stores around the world, but you’d never know it by looking down ritzy Rodeo Drive.
Of all the industries in Los Angeles, the tech sector was among the quickest to adapt to the pandemic.
A host of local startups have been instrumental in changing the way hungry customers shop for groceries, order takeout and sample food from multiple restaurants.
After thriving during the pandemic, tech companies are poised for continued success. The Business Journal looks at where they go from here.
After more than a year of pandemic-driven precautions, Los Angeles-area banks are breathing a huge sigh of relief.
First Choice Bancorp Chief Executive Robert Franko never thought he’d see his Cerritos-based commercial bank sold to a St. Louis institution.
Banks are poised to make big strides in the second half of 2021, with M&A activity likely to accelerate with institutions making up for lost time.
"We were able to bring in nine figures’ worth of deals in a year where traditional touring was down."
"The whole gifting experience felt outdated, and we wanted to build a convenient app that we would feel good about sending gifts with."
"Our goal is to find and invest in entrepreneurial talent and help them grow their business."
"We are trying to make being sober be something that’s cool, and people are gravitating toward that mission."
"The pandemic accelerated trends that we were aware of and excited about."
"I founded Quarter20 to modernize the manufacturing industry and build the tools I wish I had as an engineer."
"Finding a way to make AI more available to businesses led me to start Simerse."