In This Week's Issue
Colleges ramp up study-in-Hollywood programs
Out-of-state colleges and universities operating study-in-Hollywood programs are becoming a force in higher education locally as their real-estate footprints mushroom across Los Angeles.
Top toymaker expects modest gains
Mattel Inc. managed to maintain revenue at $4.5 billion last year, and its guidance for 2020 calls for a modest full-year revenue growth of 1% to 2.5%, but Wall Street appears skeptical.
Truck parts maker staffs up in US
Frank Sonzala, chief executive of a South Gate-based truck chassis manufacturer, is transferring about a third of his company’s production from China to the United States, a move he says will create about 275 local jobs.
Levine leads LA’s last independent station
Saul Levine has kept the last independently owned radio station in L.A. running for 62 years thanks to hustle and a refusal to sell.
Mid-Wilshire area gets a makeover
The changes taking place in the Miracle Mile area largely fall into two categories: museums and multifamily housing.
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