September 3, 2021
Stephanie Barbaran, Los Angeles Business Journal Interim Editor
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The gift-giving season is full steam ahead, and thank goodness so are the ports as they’re now aiming to work round the clock to try to unclog their part of the supply chain (more on the ports on page 4).
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.
The Los Angeles City Council will meet tomorrow to hold a second vote on an ordinance to require proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter indoor facilities.
A company’s financial health can be affected by almost every aspect of its operations.
The road to any Olympics is a series of goals and milestones, turning preparation into possibilities.
In several ways — and in standard California fashion — L.A. County and the state have led the way with vaccine mandates for indoor events, school staff, health care and home health workers, and state employees.
More than a million kids are starting the school year in L.A. County. And just days after I dropped my kids off for their first day, I revisited my alma mater, Santa Monica High School — virtually, for now — to learn about its new $154 million Discovery Building.