The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
A large family-owned portfolio of properties around Hollywood that has been mostly used by the entertainment industry will soon welcome a new range of businesses.
In a year in which massive music festivals like Coachella and Lollapalooza were called off, it’s not surprising that the biggest concert of 2020 took place inside a video game.
A special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, backed by Century City-based private equity firm Ceres Group Holdings has struck a $1.9 billion deal with a multistate cannabis company.
Few companies have been as eagerly anticipating the new administration of President Joe Biden and Democratic control of Congress as Molina Healthcare Inc.
If there’s one thing almost every member of L.A.’s business community has in common, it’s real estate.
Manhattan Beach-based electric vehicle maker Fisker Inc. plans to partner with electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn Technology Group on a new vehicle that could enter production by the end of 2023.
Dispo Inc., the company behind one of the hottest apps of the new year, has reportedly raised $20 million in new funding at a hefty $200 million valuation.
Duke Realty Corp. has purchased an industrial building in the City of Industry for $51.3 million.
Sawtelle-based text messaging software platform 317 Labs Inc., which does business as Emotive, has raised $50 million in series B funding.
Pasadena-based engineering and consulting firm Tetra Tech Inc. has received a five-year, $39 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Live Nation Entertainment Inc., the music industry’s largest live events promoter, closed out the year with another major drop in revenue, but Wall Street was unphased.
Like every commercial real estate market in Southern California, the Tri-Cities area has wrestled with the impact of Covid-19.
With two recent acquisitions under its belt, Pasadena-based startup Innova Medical Group Inc. is ramping up procurement and production of rapid antigen tests.
Beverly Hills-based biotech firm Capricor Therapeutics Inc. is about to start work on an entirely new type of Covid-19 test.
The Covid-19 vaccine candidate being developed by two of billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong’s companies moved a step closer to deployment.
For a company that sells bite-sized desserts, Mochi Ice Cream Co.’s main product name was a mouthful.
Shares of Beyond Meat Inc. should have taken a dive in after-hours trading as the company missed full-year and fourth-quarter estimates from Wall Street analysts.
El Segundo-based Sugarfina Corp. is turning to its fans to fund its next chapter of growth.
West Hollywood-based short-term rental company AvantStay Inc. has grown rapidly since its founding in 2017.
Haven Realty Capital is expanding its single-family rental portfolio with a purchase in South Carolina.
Wonderful Co. has acquired an office building in Burbank for $42.2 million from Brentwood-based GPI Cos.
In many ways, Matt Petersen is helping Los Angeles go green.
From the perspective of Jonathan Levy, chief commercial officer for EVgo Services, it’s only a matter of time before EVs phase out the gas-guzzling cars and trucks.
Local private and public sector visionaries plan to answer the call for creating a broad and reliable EV infrastructure.
Visual artist Clay Weishaar said he was incredulous when someone from Snap Inc. contacted him in 2018 to let him know one of his lenses was trending.
Real estate veteran Lawrence Taylor, who founded Christina Development Corp. more than 40 years ago, was fortunate to have several mentors during his career.