The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
Hawthorne-based private air carrier Surf Air Mobility Corp. has embarked on an ambitious plan to grab the lead in the race to decarbonize air travel.
Burbank-based ZestFinance Inc. is focused on developing credit underwriting standards and software to improve credit scoring methods.
Bookstores were hit hard during Covid lockdowns, but Malik Books — an independent African American bookstore — managed to stay afloat and branch out.
After a 24-month hiatus, the Los Angeles Auto Show is getting ready to take over the Los Angeles Convention Center come November.
Hawthorne-based Space Exploration Technologies Corp. has been awarded a $178 million contract by NASA for its mission to investigate Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons.
A well-heeled Santa Monica-based private equity investment manager has raised more than $2.3 billion to buy logistics-related real estate.
Culver City-based mobile gaming company Jam City Inc., which canceled plans for a SPAC merger last week, will continue to pursue a public offering.
Sawtelle-based gaming studio That’s No Moon Entertainment Inc. launched July 28 with a $100 million investment from Smilegate Entertainment, a global game development company based in Seoul, South Korea.
Pasadena-based consulting and engineering firm Tetra Tech Inc. has added to its British collection.
It’s quite an ironic company exit.
Downtown-based City National Bank has opened more branches during the pandemic, a move that other banks have shied away from as they’ve embraced closures.
Hope Bancorp Inc., the Koreatown-based holding company of Bank of Hope, announced plans to repurchase up to $50 million of its common stock.
Brentwood-based Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. and New York-based Blackstone Group Inc. have announced plans for Sunset Glenoaks Studios, a new studio in Sun Valley.
After a quiet start to the summer, Rocket Lab USA Inc. is back in action.
Los Angeles billionaire and business mogul Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, who ranked No. 45 on the Business Journal’s 2020 Wealthiest Angelenos list, participated in a $165 million raise for a company that helps people with blemished credit records buy a home.
Endeavor Group Holdings Inc.’s experiential events firm On Location Experiences has acquired ticketing software company Qcue Inc.
Los Angeles is cementing its status as a hotspot for the tech industry.
Mattel Inc. surpassed Wall Street estimates for revenue and earnings and outpaced its competitors in the second quarter that ended June 30.
Fisker Inc. is eyeing vertical integration.
July was a volatile month for Newegg Commerce Inc.’s stock.
Last month saw several significant milestones on different fronts in the $14.5 billion effort to modernize Los Angeles International Airport.
The final major construction push for the long-awaited $1.8 billion Metro Regional Connector Transit Project through downtown has finally arrived.
With its announcement of a land acquisition in Las Vegas last month, the developer of a high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California now has land for two key stations.
Mid-Wilshire-based Decron Properties Corp. is on a big push to acquire multifamily assets in Arizona.
Downtown-based Arc Capital Partners has been given $25.5 million in senior bridge financing for Chapman Plaza, a 43,000-square-foot retail center in Koreatown.
Two industrial sales in Santa Fe Springs were recently announced.