Reporter (Deals & Dealmakers)
Stagnant productivity growth in the construction industry is a drag on US economy. Can a new focus on technology help change that trend?
Building industry is critical driver of L.A.’s economy but is slow to innovate.
California’s leadership on environmental issues is not new — the state has been at the forefront of the fight to combat climate change for decades.
Residential Brokers Special Report
This special report details their successes and looks at players who drive the market.
Special Report: Entertainment
The aim of this special report is to illuminate some of these tales. We hope you find the articles contained within do just that.
We’re more than a month into 2019, and the business community in Los Angeles seems to be hitting its stride after the traditional year-end slowdown. Let’s start with the good news, shall we?
Despite its attachment to alumnus President Barack Obama, Occidental College is often an overlooked academic outpost in Los Angeles
This week’s issue features our first Real Estate Quarterly of 2019, The overarching theme is that Los Angeles remains one of the premiere destinations in the world for companies and institutions – and that appeal means real estate premiums are rising, even amid larger economic uncertainty.
We’ve made it to 2019, and after the holiday doldrums it seems everyone is casting about looking to make sense of the year past and the year come.
The community of business is buzzing over the ouster of USC Marshall School of Business Dean Jim Ellis
It appears as if one of our local billionaires has a new venture.