Meet the real estate brokers who have gained fame and fortune on reality TV as well as in the real estate industry.
It’s a Friday evening high above the Sunset Strip, and the rooftop of Pendry West Hollywood — a new complex that holds a private social club with a rooftop bar and restaurant, multimillion-dollar condos and a hotel managed by Montage Hotels and Resorts — is buzzing.
Eli Broad, whose philanthropy elevated L.A.'s standing as a cultural mecca and who amassed a fortune in the homebuilding and insurance industries, has died.
Boy Smells' direct-to-consumer candle business is thriving. Its web sales surged by 1,000% in 2020 and account for 75% of the company’s revenue.
Indoor entertainment and sports venues in Los Angeles County may have a green light from the state to reopen to the public on April 15, but it could be a while before many building owners and operators welcome fans back.
Amid one of the most tumultuous years in recent economic history, Los Angeles companies managed to land $9 billion in venture capital funding in 2020.
Restaurants in Los Angeles County may have the green light to reopen indoor dining rooms at limited capacity.
In an interview with the Business Journal, The Agency's Mauricio Umansky talked about how he has been navigating the pandemic, the benefits of reality TV, competition from Compass and more.
For local businesses, there are already plenty of pandemic loans and grants available for the taking, and there’s more on the way.
In many ways, Matt Petersen is helping Los Angeles go green.