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Sawtelle-based Industrial Realty Group has completed a bond offering of $275 million, bringing its total financing in the last year to more than $1 billion.
After testing the waters with short-term backyard pool rentals, Swimply Inc. has set its sights on L.A.’s private recreation spaces — basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, putting greens and soccer fields.
When the Los Angeles Sports Council and its guests convene for a March 7 premiere party at the exclusive Hyde Sunset, a day before the Santa Monica-based nonprofit foundation stages its 17th annual awards show, there will be much to celebrate.
When the Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Act of 1992 in May 2018, the sports betting industry exploded, opening the door for entrepreneurs and businesses to explore the massive stream of revenue produced by individuals gambling on games and teams.
It was the music catalog sale heard ‘round the world: In August 1985, Michael Jackson purchased ATV Music Publishing for $47.5 million, giving him the rights to 4,000 songs, including the Paul McCartney-John Lennon’s catalog, alienating collaborator and friend McCartney in the process.