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LABJ Insider: Keeping It Real Estate

If there’s one thing almost every member of L.A.’s business community has in common, it’s real estate.

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LABJ Insider: Giving Back in a Big Way

Last week was a big one on the philanthropic front, with donations totaling more than $125 million handed out by local benefactors to two of the city’s most respected health care institutions.

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LABJ Insider: Schloessman’s Feeling Super

Super Bowl confetti was still being swept up at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa when Kathryn Schloessman sent out a quick reminder last week that Los Angeles will play host to the ultimate game next year.

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LABJ Insider: Taking the Long View

When it comes to covering Los Angeles, the Business Journal isn’t only about what just happened or what’s about to happen.

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LABJ Insider: Getting a Charge Out of Fisker

If you haven’t yet thought about making the move to an electric vehicle, you probably just haven’t had a chance to listen to Henrik Fisker.

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LABJ Insider: It’s All About the Benjamins

The annual Money Issue is a handy year-round resource with directories for every key category of L.A.’s financial sector.

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LABJ Insider: Biden Goes Green — and LA Businesses Win

There are plenty of questions about how President-elect Joe Biden’s administration will impact companies in Los Angeles, but some answers seem to be emerging as the new president takes office.

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LABJ Insider: LA-Adjacent Billionaires Musk, Bezos Battle It Out

One of the most popular stories for the Business Journal last year came from our Wealthiest Angelenos special issue.

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LABJ Insider: Looking at the Road Ahead

Never have we been more thrilled to bid farewell to one year, and never have we been more excited to usher in a new one.

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LA's Top Business Success Stories of the Year

The 2021 Book of Lists shines a light on how companies are persevering

It’s impossible to talk about 2020, or to look ahead at 2021, without referencing the turbulent times wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic, the social justice movement and an election that became all-consuming.

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