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Port of LA Processes 10 Million Container Units of Cargo

The Port of Los Angeles reached a major milestone by processing 10 million container units of cargo in a 12‑month period.

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These Organizations Help Advance LGBT Workplace Equity

Celia Sandhya Daniels has 23 years of experience as a business and management consultant with expertise in computer science.

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Pandemic Takes a Toll on Compensation Packages for LA’s Top CEOs

The global pandemic rippled through the compensation packages of C-suite executives in L.A.’s diverse business community in 2020.

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Stock Awards Pay Off Big for Bobby Kotick, Andy Heyward

For two local chief executives, Bobby Kotick at Activision Blizzard Inc. and Andy Heyward at Genius Brands International Inc., 2020 brought a massive windfall in total compensation.

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By the Numbers: Executive Compensation Special Report

A by-the-numbers look at the highs and lows from this year's executive compensation lists.

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2021 Executive Compensation Special Report

The effects of Covid-19 rippled through the economy and into many C-suites. The Business Journal's annual look at executive pay reflects the impact of events over the past year.

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Tetra Tech Acquires Emerging Markets Consulting Firm

Tetra Tech Inc. has acquired Washington D.C.-based Kaizen Co., a development consulting firm focused on emerging international markets.

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Cybersecurity Firm Britive Raises $10 Million

Britive Inc., a Glendale-based cloud cybersecurity company, has raised $10 million in Series A funding to continue to develop its security software.

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Strong IPO Market Still Requires Preparation and Proper Execution

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.

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LA Companies Take Steps to Diversify Boardrooms

Assembly Bill 979 requires public companies headquartered in California to diversify their governing boards by the end of 2021.

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Digital Estate Planning Services Cater to Consumers, Bypass Lawyers

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.

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Accounting Firms Help Businesses Navigate Pandemic Aid Programs

Many accounting firms have begun offering a full range of services year-round, from compliance work to consulting on PPP loans.

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2021 Professional Services Special Report

Fresh approaches are paying off for the professional services industry, which has adapted quickly to the changing needs of businesses and consumers.

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How to Plan for the First Days as a Public Company After a SPAC Merger

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The special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) process demands significant attention and energy for all parties, especially the CFO of the target company.

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Restaurants, Developers Line Up for Drive-Thrus

Once largely the province of fast-food brands, drive-thrus have been embraced by many restaurants over the past year.

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