The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
After taking a hit during the initial Covid-19 lockdown, Sawtelle-based RadNet Inc., the nation’s largest operator of stand-alone diagnostic imaging centers, is revolutionizing the industry through its use of artificial intelligence and joint ventures with hospital networks.
Sports bras and T-shirts designed by Stephen Liu will set you back about $159 a piece, topping the prices commanded by Lululemon and other high-end activewear brands.
Attending the Super Bowl is a pretty special opportunity no matter where you’re sitting in the stadium, but On Location Events, which does business as On Location Experiences, offers premium ticketing and hospitality packages for clients looking for once-in-a-lifetime experiences — at once-in-a-lifetime prices.
Meridith Baer, a well-known home staging expert who has staged homes for many A-list celebrities, has seen her business grow more than expected.
Marvin Schotland, who has served as president and chief executive of the Beverly Grove-based Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles since 1989 and was included in the Business Journal’s 2021 LA500, is stepping down at the end of 2022.
The Santa Monica-based health tech communications platform provider received the investment from a New York-based private equity firm.
One Wilshire, a data center in downtown, has received a $389 million refinancing loan.
The 154,049-square-foot Glendale Market-place has sold for $64.1 million.
Santa Monica-based digital health startup SixD Inc., which does business as HeyRenee, announced Jan. 13 that it had closed a second round of seed funding, bringing its total amount raised to $8.2 million as it prepares to launch its senior-oriented service next quarter.
A multifamily portfolio with 274 units in the San Gabriel Valley has sold for $68 million.
New York-based Tishman Speyer has acquired the Santa Monica Collection for an undisclosed sum with plans for a large mixed-use project at the site.
A mixed-use asset with 59 luxury residences and 2,646 square feet of retail space on the border of Eagle Rock and Highland Park has sold for $28.7 million.
Global Music Rights has struck an agreement with the Radio Music License Committee, resolving an antitrust lawsuit after more than five years.
WarnerMedia, which is owned by AT&T Inc., will keep its channels on cable systems belonging to Comcast Corp.
Get your vuvuzelas ready: Fox Sports will provide coverage of at least two upcoming FIFA World Cup matches in 2022 and 2023.
In the last five years, more than 185 new warehouses sprung up in Los Angeles County, providing some 14.8 million square feet of additional space to the local logistic chain, according to data aggregated by Reonomy, a New York City-based analytics company specializing in commercial real estate.
Most casual internet users probably haven’t heard of TeleSign Corp., but if they browse the web using their phones, there’s a good chance they interact with the company’s technology on a regular basis.
Beverly Hills-based LiveOne Inc., the owner of streaming services like Slacker Radio, LiveXLive and PodcastOne, is launching a new gaming business.
One of the biggest new construction trends in recent years is the prevalence of modular construction.
While some office spaces may be presented as a blank canvas, others are being built out into speculative, or spec, suites.
Two trends that gained steam in the latter half of 2021 are showing the potential to become the norm this year: modular housing construction and spec office designs.
With more than $1 billion of capital raised so far and multiple launch contracts already in place, Relativity Space Inc. is perhaps the most successful rocket manufacturer that hasn’t yet launched a rocket.
Ray Valentine’s multifamily property owner clients were in a panic.
Air travel at local airports inched up 1.7% in November from October as the normally busy Thanksgiving travel season was hampered somewhat by the start of another Covid-19 surge and flight cancellations.
Downtown-based design and architecture firm Jerde Partnership Inc. has a new chief executive who plans to further its growth trajectory.
Kitchen United Inc.’s cooking sites are usually tucked away from the public eye with the pickup window serving as the sole point of contact with customers and delivery drivers.