Fashion is woven into the fabric of Los Angeles, from Hollywood to Silicon Beach and everywhere in between.
It’s a happy landing for Phil Washington, who departed as chief executive of Metro in May.
While the homeless issue continues to vex Los Angeles and other cities across the country, there seems to be a shift underway among business leaders when it comes to their thinking about the topic.
We may not be back to normal or business as usual, but make no mistake, we’ve come a long way in the past 12 months.
The Business Journal’s annual Women’s Awards event is always one of the highlights of the year on our calendar.
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One group of business leaders seems to have a pretty clear grasp of how things should play out as the pandemic begins to recede.
The Business Journal’s LA500 issue, highlighting the most influential leaders in one of the world’s most dynamic business markets, made its sixth annual appearance last week.
L.A.’s business community responded with creativity and compassion to the unprecedented events of the past year and now looks ahead with a fresh outlook.
Last week’s Discovery Inc.-WarnerMedia news was a very big deal for reasons beyond its $43 billion price tag.