If there’s one thing almost every member of L.A.’s business community has in common, it’s real estate.
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.
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.
When it comes to covering Los Angeles, the Business Journal isn’t only about what just happened or what’s about to happen.
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.
The annual Money Issue is a handy year-round resource with directories for every key category of L.A.’s financial sector.
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.
One of the most popular stories for the Business Journal last year came from our Wealthiest Angelenos special issue.
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.
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.