The market for health care in the Southland has never been more robust.
LA-based PE firms lead the way — and reap the rewards — with new approaches
Many private equity firms have come to embrace the notion that achieving ethnic diversity and gender balance is vital to their long-term competitiveness.
LA’s private equity firms are charting a new course in turbulent times
Our timely special report on L.A.’s private equity scene takes a close look at how some of the city’s top firms are acting and reacting now, and how they’re positioning themselves for the uncertain times ahead.
Private equity firms ready for the worst, look for the best during the market’s downturn
Private equity firms have been forced to rethink their strategies nearly overnight, searching for ways to survive — and thrive — amid the current market's uncertainty.
LA firms seeking ways to fight virus
As the coronavirus pandemic rages, many local biomedical and health care companies are rapidly turning their businesses toward fighting Covid-19.
Delay to Bond film causes concern
MGM had hoped its latest Bond film would ease its financial concerns this month but it was forced to delay the release until November.
Alternative flour maker sees gains in market
The recent shortage of all-purpose flour has forced some consumers to reach for Hearthy Foods’ non-grain options.
Read this week's column from Los Angeles Business Journal Editor Scott Robson for goings-on in L.A.'s business community.
Mixed-use development is expected to replace aging power plant
AES Corp. has sold a prime 51-acre coastline site in Redondo Beach to a private developer.
Arenas, stadiums and casino among businesses hit hard by furloughs
The first wave of furloughs reported to the state’s Employment Development Department includes 9,591 workers from 36 companies in Los Angeles County.
Slowdown prompts businesses to scale back
Two high-flying Santa Monica-based companies each cut about one-third of their workforces, totaling nearly 900 people, in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Retail property sits on Melrose Ave.
Century City-based real estate investment company Blatteis & Schnur Inc. purchased a West Hollywood retail property for $20.6 million.
Seeks to reopen Westlake hospital
Patrick Soon-Shiong has submitted an offer to buy the recently shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center in Westlake for $135 million.
Bank also plans $2 million donation
Downtown-based City National Bank has joined a host of global financial institutions in promising to avoid layoffs in the face of the coronavirus crisis.
Businesses race to keep up with demand
For L.A. distillers, a quick pivot to producing hand sanitizer instead of crafting small-batch spirits made civic and, they hope, business sense.
As viewers turn to streaming, content companies turn to LA
Although some of the companies may be headquartered elsewhere, the heart and soul of entertainment’s streaming video industry lives and thrives in Los Angeles.
Work for LAX, Metro is considered essential
While work has shut down across much of the region as shelter-in-place restrictions have taken hold, construction on several of the area’s largest infrastructure projects has mostly continued apace.
Crews pour first concrete for car rental facility
Construction crews in March completed the first concrete pour for the foundation of the $1 billion consolidated car rental facility east of LAX.
Plunging demand hurts United Pacific, others
The stay-at-home orders imposed to combat the Covid-19 pandemic have cut demand in half at local gas stations, even as the average price for a gallon in Los Angeles County dips to $3.32.
Garcetti enlists Seroka to join Covid-19 battle
Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka picked up additional duties last week when he was named the city’s new logistics officer by Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Rent-subsidized senior property will be renovated
A 180-unit multifamily property in Torrance, the Golden West Tower, has sold for $74 million.
Listing agents turn to virtual tours and 3D images
Top residential real estate agents in Los Angeles are trying to find ways of selling properties while people are observing the “safer at home” ordinance.
Beverly Grove apartment buildings total 60 units
A portfolio of four multifamily properties with a total of 60 units in Beverly Grove has sold for $22.4 million.
Elicia Castaldi I Girl with Knife
Girl with Knife founder Elicia Castaldi brings an edge to her stationery company and her sense of fashion.
Consumers demand environmentally friendly solutions from nearly every industry. Here’s how some L.A. companies are responding — and thriving.
Oskouian likes her chances when it comes to growing Ship & Shore
Ship & Shore has 90 full-time employees and pulls in between $20 million and $25 million a year designing and making a range of air pollution control devices.
360Sweater spins up a range of recycled cashmere products
360Sweater's Naked Cashmere line is made from cashmere recycled from never-worn clothing items.