With the IPO market in full swing, it is tempting for private company founders, investors and executives to consider their options and the pathway to a public offering.
A growing crowd of consumers are going online to make wills and map out estate plans, turning their backs on the law firms that once dominated the industry.
Many accounting firms have begun offering a full range of services year-round, from compliance work to consulting on PPP loans.
Fresh approaches are paying off for the professional services industry, which has adapted quickly to the changing needs of businesses and consumers.
The special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) process demands significant attention and energy for all parties, especially the CFO of the target company.
Once largely the province of fast-food brands, drive-thrus have been embraced by many restaurants over the past year.
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More local shoppers are spending on beauty products, and a sizeable chunk of their dollars is going to homegrown brands.
Like the rest of the businesses involved in Los Angeles County’s real estate market, law firms braced for the worst when the pandemic hit.
The pipelines to a jury trial were already clogged before the pandemic.
Many law firms across Los Angeles are working as hard, if not harder, than they did before the pandemic arrived.
The settlement brings USC’s total payouts for lawsuits involving former campus gynecologist George Tyndall to more than $1.1 billion.
California Pizza Kitchen Inc., which just signed a multiyear deal to become the official pizza of the Los Angeles Dodgers, is leaving L.A. County and heading to Costa Mesa.
Less than a decade after its founders sold HydraFacial Co. for $40.6 million, the skincare-focused manufacturer traded hands again in December.