360Sweater spins up a range of recycled cashmere products
360Sweater's Naked Cashmere line is made from cashmere recycled from never-worn clothing items.
Restaurant supplier reaches out to consumers
Opening Jacmar’s warehouse to the public for curbside pickup is one of the ways President and CFO Jim Hliboki is trying to keep his company afloat during the pandemic.
Virus drives virtual, ecommerce options
Companies in Los Angeles County are finding new ways to conduct business since state and local officials issued rules designed to combat the spread of Covid-19.
LA Business Journal extends free digital access
For a limited time, the Los Angeles Business Journal is providing all readers with free access to its online content and its digital version of the print edition.
LA's law firms are on the front lines of an evolving business landscape
Top attorneys discuss the industry disruptions, technology and other issues affecting them and their clients n the 2020 Law Firms Special Report.
Some of LA’s top lawyers weigh in on their changing industry — and offer guidance for businesses
An all-star panel of L.A. attorneys share insights into how their business clients' legal needs are evolving, how tech is changing their industry and more.
Company offers cash for aircraft or lease extensions
Century City-based Air Lease Corp. has been making course changes to navigate airline industry headwinds from the coronavirus.
Assessment company valued at $56M
West Hollywood-based preemployment assessment company Criteria Corp. says tools like personality tests help better predict candidates’ future performance than resumes and interviews alone.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate in January remained at 4.3% despite heavy seasonal job losses, according to state figures released March 13.
Company brings a digital focus to last-mile category
Dray Alliance Inc., a digital marketplace for last-mile cargo transportation, raised $10.2 million in a Series A funding round led by Matrix Partners in San Francisco.
Colleges ramp up study-in-Hollywood programs
Out-of-state colleges and universities operating study-in-Hollywood programs are becoming a force in higher education locally as their real-estate footprints mushroom across Los Angeles.
LA Live fans to get gas delivery
Fans at Staples Center and L.A. Live will now be able to get their cars gassed up while they’re watching events at the venues.
Habitat Horticulture allows businesses to go green
Companies are embracing the multiple tangible benefits of installing living walls.
Simms/Mann Foundation also donates $18M
UCLA has received a $30 million commitment from the Anthony and Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation to support the renovation of the outdated Psychology Tower building on UCLA’s Westwood campus.
Employers in Los Angeles County added nearly 68,000 jobs to their payrolls last year, according to state figures released Jan. 24.