LABJ SPECIAL REPORTS

Small Goes Big

Special Report: SUPPLIER DIVERSITY

For major projects like the LAX people mover, smaller businesses hold the key to contractor diversity

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LAX Takes an Alternate Route to Reach Targets

Special Report: SUPPLIER DIVERSITY

Airport puts emphasis on small contractors, local businesses

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Special Report: Banking and Finance Quarterly

The number of credit unions in Los Angeles County has plummeted by nearly 60% over the past 20 years as a wave of consolidation swept through the industry. While the overall number of community lending institutions has dropped dramatically, the industry itself has grown — with membership, loans and deposits all reaching record levels.

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Special Report: L.A. By the Numbers 2019

There's been no shortage of big stories to track over the past 12 months in L.A. County. But no matter what role your business plays - from infrastructure projects to entertainment offerings, shipping logistics to tech innovation - the data here should prove invaluable. The Business Journal's annual snapshot of key economic numbers provides demographic details, population statistics, land values, income information, and much more.

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Credit Unions Consolidate

SPECIAL REPORT: BANKING AND FINANCE

LA sees sharp drop in number of institutions even as assets rise

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Umpqua Focuses on Organic Growth

SPECIAL REPORT: BANKING AND FINANCE

Firm has paused acquisitions, but continues steady SoCal expansion

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Innovative Startup Founders Refashion the Fashion Business

Special Edition: LA500

Up-and-coming talent follows tech’s lead to reach consumers

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Deep-Pocket Donors Drive Massive Projects at Museums, Arts Venues

Special Edition: LA500

Deep-pocket donors provide funding for multiple big projects

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Executives at Streaming Services Increase Content Production Across Hollywood

Special Edition: LA500

Executives drive content production growth in L.A.

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Greater Good

Special Report: HEALTH CARE

GoodRx’s business blossoms as consumers look for cheaper access to prescription drugs

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BATCHLOR BRINGS HOSPITAL BACK TO LIFE

Special Report: HEALTH CARE

Elaine Batchlor Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital

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THE REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

In this week’s special report, we break down hot topics and trends in real estate as well as the latest data.

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PRIVATE EQUITY SPECIAL REPORT

It’s been a wild year for private equity in Los Angeles as local institutions look for ways to grow and attract investment. PE outsiders have also taken an interest in L.A. businesses, exerting their influence by making acquisitions and using their equity stakes to push the strategic direction of some top local companies. We examine the market in this week’s special report.

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GREENER PASTURES

Special Report: Environmental Business

The natural world and the business world can often seem to be in conflict. But for some L.A. companies, there’s a natural crossover

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Plastic Rules Could Upend Food Service, Retail

Special Report: Environmental Business

Many companies, cities trying to get ahead of new regulations

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