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Small Business

Staying ahead of the technological curve can be tough for a small business. So it was with no small amount of trepidation that Crest National Digital Media Complex, a family-owned post-production company in Hollywood, plunked down several million dollars

Deep Resource

Foes of using chemicals related to oil, gas ignore many positive benefits from production of fossil fuels.

Fossil fuel opponents are not seeing the big-picture benefits, writes Ronald Stein.

Ports’ Plan Overlooks Concerns on Competition

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach recently approved the 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP), which is an aggressive bid to reduce emissions.

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Fuel Mandates Will Drive Up Costs

Ronald Stein warns that proposed restrictions on fuel could overpower California’s economy.

State May Face Hole on Oil

Ronald Stein sees California doing well enough without more limits on oil projects.

AB 32 Puts Too Much Heat on Manufacturing Sector

OP-ED

Ronald Stein believes California’s Global Warming Solutions Act is a bad fit for the manufacturing sector.

Philanthropy in Plane Site

More than 340 of L.A.’s business and political elite showed up Oct. 11 for the annual gala benefit for the Alfred Mann Foundation.

Philanthropy in Plane Site

More than 340 of L.A.'s business and political elite showed up Oct. 11 for the annual gala benefit for the Alfred Mann Foundation.

Position of Power

California’s economy not ready to cut ties with fossil fuels in favor of still intermittent technologies.

Ronald Stein writes that the California government shouldn’t do anything more to restrict the fossil fuels that help drive the state’s economy.

MHF as MVP of Region’s Fuel Supply

The California Energy Commission reports that fuel consumption in California is at the highest level since 2007, despite the state’s crusade to subsidize Electric Vehicles (EVs) – which has led to more than 50 percent of all EVs in the country being registered here.

Litigation Lawyers Merge With Entertainment Specialists

Beverly Hills law firm Browne Woods & George, announced last week that they would merge.

Adding Fuel to Climate Change Policy

Ronald Stein cautions that climate change goals could prove costly to California.

Case for Propane as Part of Metro Bus Buy

Call to put propane in Metro bus fleet.

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As baby boomers get older and studies prove we can live longer through exercise and healthy eating, people are concentrating more on fitness and nutrition than ever before. The wellness movement is particularly powerful in health-conscious Los Angeles. Th

TOP DOCTORS LOS ANGELES: ONCOLOGY

Custom Content by the Los Angeles Business Journal

Dr. Michael Harry Rosove is a Hematology / Oncology Specialist.

Ports’ Plan Overlooks Concerns on Competition

The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach recently approved the 2017 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP), which is an aggressive bid to reduce emissions.

TECH TALK--Shockwave Thinks Online Ben Stein Game Is Winner

Ben Stein, sporting a dark-blue blazer and a pink patterned Hermes tie, sat at a breakfast table in the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel with a handful of reporters, but he was the one asking most of the questions.

Stein, Airport Board Face Mounting Scrutiny

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners and its president, Ted Stein, are facing increased scrutiny from a number of government agencies over how airport contracts are awarded.

Studios

At Warner Bros., they don't just make movies and television shows. They make automobile covers, awnings, intricately carved wooden moldings, or just about any other hand-made item you can dream up.

Alschuler Breakup Complete With Launch of Dreier Stein

The breakup of Alschuler Grossman Stein & Kahan LLP is a done deal. Name partners Stanton "Larry" Stein and Bob Kahan are leaving with 30 to 45 lawyers to open Dreier Stein & Kahan LLP.

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