The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
Uplifting Results Labs Inc., the Playa Vista-based nutrition startup behind the Muniq health brand, raised $8.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced Jan. 12.
Before the pandemic, Adam Burke, chief executive of the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, would have called you “crazy” if you told him that he’d be happy to report that Los Angeles hotels were at 50% occupancy.
The industry that Century City-based Air Lease Corp. operates in is in critical condition.
Some of the strategies local companies implemented last year to ease the burden of the pandemic on their workforce will likely evolve into permanent job perks once things return to normal.
Three years ago, local entrepreneur and expectant mother Jessica Chang received some surprising advice.
One of the most popular stories for the Business Journal last year came from our Wealthiest Angelenos special issue.
For the Consumer Technology Association, the show must go on. The three-day virtual version of the trade show is scheduled to run from Jan. 12 through Jan. 14.
At a time when many investors are staying away from hotels and other hospitality properties, West Hollywood-based Bainbridge DXS has announced a $500 million fund to acquire investments and do debt takeovers of hospitality assets.
A 3.5-acre mixed-use development site near the border of Culver City has sold for $92 million.
Brentwood-based Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has acquired an industrial portfolio and an outdoor storage property for $103.1 million.
Veteran investors and former media executives Harry Sloan and Jeff Sagansky are looking to raise their largest special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, yet.
Real estate investment firm Colony Capital Inc. has relocated its corporate headquarters from downtown to Boca Raton, Fla.
It’s been a busy few weeks for Glendale-based self-storage company Public Storage.
Internet services company J2 Global Inc. finished up 2020 on a buying spree.
Real estate companies wrapped a big year for industrial sales in L.A.
It’s no secret that ecommerce surged in 2020 as Americans adapted to doing more working, eating and shopping from home.
Every year hundreds of thousands of nonprofits scrounge for donations just to keep the lights on.
With indoor gyms closed for most of the last year, plenty of fitness-focused Angelenos have gotten used to working out from home.
Beverly Hills-based SSI Investment Management has experienced significant upside over the last year through its focus on a relatively niche asset class.
Vernon-based electric vehicle battery-maker Romeo Power Inc. has gone public via a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has sold the majority of his shares in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. and has relinquished his five board seats at the downtown-based nutritional supplement company.
In two short years, Beverly Hills-based Partners CRE has grown dramatically.
Standard Communities, the affordable housing division of Standard Cos., has created 150 units of workforce housing in Carson through a public-private partnership.
Two multifamily buildings in Central Los Angeles have sold for a total of $20.5 million.
Video games attracted record-breaking numbers of players in 2020, and the esports industry appears poised to grow rapidly in the year ahead.
Culver City-based Scopely Inc.’s “Scrabble GO” might seem like a typical multiplayer mobile word game.