This year’s Halloween celebration at the Shops at Montebello was different.
Standard Co.’s affordable housing division, Standard Communities, has purchased the 61-unit Villa Raymond Apartments in Pasadena for $31.2 million.
The future of TikTok’s U.S. business is still murky, but a recent federal court ruling makes it unlikely the massively popular social media app will go dark in the near future.
The pandemic continues to take a steep toll on Hollywood with Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. and Walt Disney Co. announcing new rounds of layoffs last week.
Capitol Music Group Chairman and Chief Executive Steve Barnett announced Nov. 5 that he will retire effective Dec. 31 and revealed the company’s new leadership.
It’s looking like Angelenos may channel their inner Ebenezer Scrooge this holiday season.
A year ago, Duarte-based City of Hope launched AccessHope, a spinoff company that provides employees of large, self-insured employers access to its cancer treatment specialists.
Sawtelle-based diagnostic imaging services provider RadNet Inc. made a pair of announcements in late October that expand the company’s reach.
Santa Monica-based Ontrak Inc. last month took the next step in its effort to use big data to improve patient outcomes in managing chronic diseases.
Santa Monica-based private equity firm Clearlake Capital Partners plans to buy cloud-based business services company Endurance International Group Holdings Inc. in an all-cash deal valued at $3 billion, including debt.
Beatríz Acevedo, founder of downtown-based Latino youth media company Mitú, has launched personal finance platform Suma Wealth Inc.
Culver City-based cannabis retailer MedMen Enterprises Inc. has raised $25.7 million in debt across three loan facilities.
Barbara Armendariz, president and founder of downtown-based SharpLine Commercial Partners, counts her company as one of the few female- and minority-owned real estate businesses in Los Angeles.
A rare, multifamily asset on the beach in Playa del Rey has sold for $11 million.
Brentwood-based Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has acquired two industrial buildings in the South Bay for $15.5 million.
Medical procedure coding and insurance billing is among the most tedious and least glamorous work in all of health care, yet for Culver City-based GeBBS Healthcare Solutions Inc., these mundane tasks have been the ticket for explosive growth.
Scratch Financial Inc., better known as Scratchpay, has had breakout success in a remarkably niche business.
Long Beach-based Sunstone Management Inc. has made big strides focusing on small businesses, lower middle markets and, lately, opportunity zones.
AudienceX is back on the growth trajectory.
O.P. Almaraz, chief executive of Allied Restoration Services Inc. in West Covina, said the company’s core business used to be cleaning up the scene after fires, floods and other accidental damage to buildings.
The Business Journal’s annual look at L.A.’s 100 fastest growing private companies showcases businesses that are disrupting the status quo and generating big returns in the process.
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After more than 25 years at Ratkovich Co., it seemed Clare De Briere had done just about all she could do in commercial real estate.
Ken Kahan, the founder and president of West Los Angeles-based developer California Landmark Group, has a clear vision for Marina del Rey.
As passenger traffic at the four airports serving Los Angeles County continued in September a slow climb back from this spring’s pandemic-induced collapse, an unexpected bright spot for the airports has been a cargo boom.
Patrick Soon-Shiong is stepping aside as chief executive of El Segundo-based biotech firm NantKwest Inc. and handing the reins to veteran health care executive Richard Adcock.
Byron Allen’s appetite remains voracious. The standup comic turned media mogul acquired two more television networks last week,