Kathleen Parente was homeless on and off for about five years before being connected with downtown-based Skid Row Housing Trust.
In a media landscape where representation is becoming more important than ever, World of Wonder Productions Inc. kicked open the door for LGBTQ companies 30 years ago with a plan to create a platform for artists and creatives who were not being recognized in the mainstream media.
Westwood-based SDS Capital Group has closed on a $150.8 million fund as part of the company’s larger efforts to invest in distressed communities around the country.
As an actor with more than a decade of experience, Dylan Mooney was always in need of a scene partner.
L.A. Care Health Plan, the behemoth Westlake-based provider of health insurance that now covers nearly one in four L.A. County residents, has been broadening its reach, moving into a new market and tackling societal concerns.
Employers aren’t just competing to attract and retain talent these days in an effort to stem the tide of the Great Resignation; they’re also finding new ways to differentiate themselves.
Cybersecurity company Orca Security Ltd. scored a massive payday.
The rebound in air travel at local airports hit some turbulence in August with passenger counts down 7% from July thanks in part to the rapid spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus.
Brentwood-based Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has since last month acquired a handful of industrial properties for a total price of $286 million and disposed of one of its assets for $18.6 million.
Romeo Power Inc. has signed a 215,000-square-foot lease for a new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Cypress with Warland Investments Co.
Century City-based Mount Auburn Multifamily has received a $150 million investment from Montreal-based Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc., which it plans to use to continue its goal of acquiring and developing multifamily properties.
A 38-unit multifamily property in Santa Monica has sold for $70 million.
Sawtelle-based private equity firm Brentwood Associates has made a strategic investment in Kansas City, Mo.-based Service Management Group, a software developer involved in management experiences.
Kitchen United Inc. announced it has acquired a competitor, New York City-based Zuul Kitchens Inc., on undisclosed terms.
Republic Bancorp Inc.’s Republic Bank & Trust has filed a lawsuit against Green Dot Corp. for breaking its agreement to buy the Kentucky bank’s tax refund processing business for $165 million.
ByteDance Ltd. will have to pay $92 million in a class action settlement for violating user privacy on TikTok.
Loop Media Inc. is expanding its partnership with Orlando, Florida-based Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville.
L.A.’s bioscience sector directly employs nearly 100,000 people and saw a 65% jump in National Institutes of Health research funding last year.
Monrovia-based biopharma company Xencor Inc. on Oct. 4 announced its second collaboration and license agreement with Janssen Biotech Inc. in 10 months — this one to develop and commercialize its drug candidate that stimulates T cells to treat certain types of lymphomas.
The demand for Covid-19 testing isn’t slowing down, and Temple City-based Fulgent Genetics Inc. continues to answer the call.
Covina-based hospital network Emanate Health has officially embarked on an ambitious $125 million facilities expansion program for its hospitals in the eastern San Gabriel Valley.
Fisker Inc. is launching a specialty vehicle engineering and development division in the United Kingdom to be led by David King, former chief special operations officer at Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd.
QX Logistix Inc. in Vernon is divesting from its Amazon delivery business to concentrate on warehousing, ecommerce fulfillment and transportation.
A Torrance-based school furniture-maker, contending with a record order backlog, said stimulus funding is driving a substantial increase in spending on furniture and equipment for schools.
LPC West, the West Coast arm of developer Lincoln Property Co., has plans to develop a creative office project in Culver City.
The Bristol Garden, a 100-unit Westlake apartment building, has sold for $25.5 million.