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Relativity's manufacturing facility in Long Beach.

Relativity Plans Larger, Reusable Rocket

Long Beach-based rocket manufacturer Relativity Space Inc. will begin development on a fully reusable launch vehicle.
Travelers wearing masks arrive at LAX.

LAX Passenger Traffic Continued Slump in January, but Cargo Boomed

LAX statistics for January show passenger traffic remains stalled while cargo tonnage is accelerating.

People On The Move
ViacomCBS plans to launch its Paramount Plus service in March.

Paramount to Slash Window for Film Releases

Paramount Pictures is changing its movie release strategy ahead of the launch of streaming service Paramount Plus.
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On March 17th, the Los Angeles Business Journal will host a series of panel discussions featuring companies and individuals who have shown an exceptional commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace and business leadership. Executives will explain the importance of leading and developing a diverse workforce and how they achieve company goals.
Biopharmaceutical company Xencor Inc. is based in Monrovia.

Xencor Partners With UCLA to Develop New Drugs

Monrovia-based biopharmaceutical company Xencor Inc. has signed a partnership agreement with UCLA’s Technology Development Group to develop new drugs.
Reader Poll
READER POLL: Are you eating out more now that restaurants are again allowed to offer outdoor dining?
Companies On The Move
Archer is developing an electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft for use in urban areas.

Archer Aviation Plans Electric Air Taxis in LA by 2024

Bay Area company Archer Aviation is developing electric aircraft for L.A.'s Urban Air Mobility Partnership.

Events

On March 17th, the Los Angeles Business Journal will host a series of panel discussions featuring companies and individuals who have shown an exceptional commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace and business leadership. Executives will explain the importance of leading and developing a diverse workforce and how they achieve company goals.

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