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Baer is a proud alumnus of Harvard Medical School; Baer’s late father, Sylvan Baer, M.D., signed this 1994 check. His son keeps it near because Dad’s signature “has his energy;” Nifty Post-it Flag plus Highlighter provides pen and sticky note ...
Voracious reader Baer is plowing through “Weapons of Math Destruction,” about the dangers of categorizing humans via algorithm. (photo by Thomas Waster)
Rendering of home at New Heights in West Hills.
CGI Strategies — which is developing several major projects in L.A., including 639 S. La Brea — is also looking to invest in distressed opportunities.
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Compensation Kerfuffle: AECOM Chief Executive Michael Burke has earned nearly $80 million since 2014.
Fresh Fare: Modern Market (pictured) and Lemonade both serve health-focused food.
Spatial Reasoning: Clutter offers on-demand storage service.
Paradowski (left) and Torres
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Miss Grass founders Anna Duckworth, left, and Kate Miller.
Smooth Ride: Beverly Hills and several other local cities contracted with Cyclehop in April.
Toy Takeover: Jakks Pacific’s Chief Executive Stephen Berman said in October there’s no timeline for Meisheng takeover.
Smell of Success?: Skylar Body makes what it says are “clean” fragrances.
Up to Challenge: B. Riley FBR Chief Executive Andy Moore.
Homeward Bound: ServiceTitan founders Ara Mahdessian, left, and Vahe Kuzoyan.
All Seeing Eyes: Pluto TV co-founders Tom Ryan, left, and Ilya Pozin.
Locked In?: McCarthy Building wins Men’s Central Jail contract.
Moving In: Knotel takes lease at 429 Santa Monica Blvd.
Medicine Man: TV executive Neal Baer is a triple threat: writer, producer, pediatrician.