While many companies have struggled in the face of strong economic headwinds during 2020, Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has enjoyed a banner year.
Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. added to its already sizeable list of acquisitions with a pair of year-end pickups last week.
A pandemic-induced turn away from in-person dentist visits has given a lift to L.A.’s fledgling teledentistry industry.
Instead of suits and dresses, an ugly Christmas sweater paired with Zoom-friendly sweatpants appears to be the outfit du jour for this year’s corporate holiday parties.
The four stories that appear on the cover of the Business Journal this week — our final regular issue of 2020 — seem like a fitting way to wrap things up for this challenging year.
While local freeways remain relatively open thanks to the Regional Stay at Home Order, traffic congestion at the San Pedro Bay complex shows no signs of letting up.
Downtown-based Cottonwood Management and BCEG International Investment-US have teamed up to create a $200 million investment platform for real estate opportunities in the United States.
A 22-story office building in downtown has sold for $196 million.
Relativity Space Inc. hasn’t yet launched a rocket out of Earth’s atmosphere, but the innovative aerospace company has a growing list of customers purchasing payload space for future launches.
California Marketplace, a Koreatown shopping center with more than two dozen tenants, has sold for $57.5 million.
Century City-based multifamily developer Cityview has secured $125 million in funding for an opportunity zone project near USC.
Gearing up for an initial public offering expected to occur before the end of the year, electric vehicle-maker Canoo Inc. debuted a new delivery vehicle Dec. 17 that the company aims to bring to market in 2022.
Century City-based infrastructure consulting giant AECOM announced Dec. 16 that it has been awarded a $41 million contract to upgrade a wastewater treatment plant in Carson that serves 5 million L.A. County residents and tens of thousands of businesses.
Burbank-based audio and video producer Business Rockstars will be acquired for $20 million by film and television distributor Invincible Entertainment Partners, the two companies announced Dec. 15.
The rate of bank account ownership remains low in Los Angeles relative to the rest of the country, according to the most recent report by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. on unbanked Americans.
Richard Raffetto has spent just over 100 days as president of downtown-based City National Bank.
Swell Energy Inc. has partnered with Century City-based asset manager Ares Management Corp. and sustainability-focused asset manager Aligned Climate Capital to create a $450 million financing vehicle.
Downtown-based fintech Perch Credit Inc. has raised $2.5 million in seed funding.
As the first round of vaccinations against the novel coronavirus gets underway, businesses and schools nationwide are making plans to safely reopen.
Brands pay big dollars to put their logos on the jerseys of star athletes or on a prominently placed sign within a stadium.
Video production is limping along in Los Angeles as pandemic-related safety protocols have made traditional shoots challenging.
While the global pandemic is battering many companies, downtown-based architecture firm Jerde Partnership is seeing an increase in activity.
Century-City based Optimus Properties has refinanced a multifamily portfolio of six buildings for $20.4 million.
The conversion of a former Sears building into creative offices in downtown Santa Monica is now complete after a two-year, $50 million remodel.
In a year that many would like to forget, there was plenty to remember. Take a look at the top stories that shaped the Community of Business this year.
Beverly Hills-based Platinum Equity has announced plans to acquire Irvine-based Ingram Micro Inc. in a deal valued at $7.2 billion.