The LABJ Interview
In every sense possible, Bob Baradaran’s last 18 months have been dedicated to rapidly changing real estate.
Century City-based executive search and organizational consulting firm Korn Ferry last week posted record earnings for the second straight quarter.
FAT Brands Inc.’s latest deal to acquire a Texas-based sports bar chain upped its acquisition spending to about $743 million, and there’s more to come before year’s end.
Products from the "radically inclusive" beauty company are headed to 3,000 Walmart stores.
Bonduelle Fresh Americas appointed Andrea Montagna as its new chief executive.
As incidents proliferate, the price of cyber coverage rises sharply
As incidents proliferate, the price of cyber coverage rises sharply. What’s keeping executives up at night these days? Cyber attacks and IT breaches.
Small Black-owned skincare and makeup brands based in Los Angeles are finding big opportunities for growth.
Nancy Staudt, dean of Washington University’s School of Law, will head Rand Corp.’s Pardee Graduate School.
Spertus Landes & Umhofer sued the city and county in March 2020. The case, L.A. Alliance for Human Rights v. City of Los Angeles, is one the biggest lawsuits to hit L.A.
Ernst & Young announced a new managing partner to head its Los Angeles office.
Caltech has received $100 million in donations from real estate mogul Donald Bren.
Darren Kettle will lead 283 employees and manage a $793 million budget.
Tetra Tech Inc. was awarded a $49 million contract to promote biodiversity conservation and climate resilience efforts in West Africa.
Sole Source Capital will buy Texas-based mobility services provider ISG Technologies.
USC received a $20 million gift to expand the global supply chain management program at the Marshall School of Business.