Even as other industries struggled in 2020, the video game industry continued to grow rapidly, with local companies such as Activision Blizzard Inc. and Riot Games Inc. leading the way.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual Book of Lists has arrived. This year’s edition contains 73 unique lists covering the region’s major industries and a diverse array of companies that enliven Los Angeles County’s expansive economy.
See a breakdown of L.A.'s largest private companies, by the numbers
Facts and figures worth noting from this year’s list
Notable numbers from the Largest Private Companies list.
Special Report: Business of Sports
Clippers are climbing, but Lakers and Dodgers are still the teams to beat By MATTHEW BLAKE and JOSHUA NIV Staff Reporters
AEG signs El Silencio to feature at sports park and music venues
The Los Angeles Galaxy and Dignity Health Sports Park have agreed to a multiyear sponsorship deal with Santa Monica-based El Silencio Holdings Inc. in a partnership the team is calling the first of its kind.
Deals with blockchain and AR firms bolster team’s tech bona fides
Clippers keep focus on tech with new partnerships.
Partnership includes naming rights to G League affiliate, in-stadium signage, concerts
Casino retains naming rights to Clippers’ affiliate.
Club to operate affiliate with Beijing-based company signed on as sponsor
L.A. Kings adopt Chinese youth sports team.
UCLA and Wescom Credit Union have agreed upon a 10-year, $38 million partnership that will rename the school’s basketball arena from Pauley Pavilion to the Edwin W. Pauley Pavilion presented by Wescom.