Scott Robson

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SoFi Stadium’s Opening Is Cause for Celebration — Just Not Yet

Along with 72,000 other people, I was supposed to be at SoFi Stadium on Sunday night, getting a first look at the biggest project to hit the Los Angeles area in decades and watching the Rams take on the Dallas Cowboys.

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Musk Leads 2020 LA Billionaires Thanks to Massive Gain

Despite a global pandemic and one of the most tumultuous economic environments in modern history, U.S. billionaires have done surprisingly well in the past year.

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Now That's Rich

It may seem incongruous at a time like this to be talking about billionaires, but it’s also hard not to when you see the numbers.

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Critical Care

It’s not much of a stretch to say that, at least right now, there’s no more essential industry in Los Angeles than health care.

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Playing Politics

For the time being at least, DLA Piper will have to manage without one of its partners.

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LA Universities Rank High on Endowment Scale

Getting Schooled

Catching up on multiple fronts this week, starting with a look at big universities and even bigger dollars.

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Bringing Out the Best

Last August, the Business Journal hosted a raucous gathering for hundreds of executives in a packed ballroom at a downtown hotel.

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X Marks the Spot

XPrize, which for years has been blending entrepreneurial enthusiasm, improve-the-world initiatives and good old-fashioned cash rewards, has turned its attention to one of our most pressing problems: Covid-19 testing.

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Rising to Meet the Moment

The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce, which is focused on helping Black-owned businesses throughout L.A., is a stand-alone organization.

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Not Coming Up Roses

By now, you’d think we’d have grown accustomed to pandemic-fueled bad news, but something about last week’s cancellation of the Rose Parade struck a chord.

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