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BYD Motors Inc., a downtown-based electric vehicle maker, delivered the first two electric buses of a 40-bus order to Anaheim, BYD announced Feb. 24, 2020.

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Herbalife Corp. offices building at 9800 S. La Cienega Blvd. The company said the Covid-19 virus could "materially impact" its results in 2020.

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Count downtown-based nutrition supplement company Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. as another company feeling the impact of the rapid spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus throughout China.

Real Estate Quarterly

Watch a recap of the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report. L.A. Business Journal Publisher and CEO Anna Magzanyan discusses what’s driving development in areas like Highland Park and sectors like industrial real estate in this Spectrum News 1 interview.

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