2020 Environmental Business Special Report

Consumers demand environmentally friendly solutions from nearly every industry. Here’s how some L.A. companies are responding — and thriving.

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Risks and Rewards

Oskouian likes her chances when it comes to growing Ship & Shore

Ship & Shore has 90 full-time employees and pulls in between $20 million and $25 million a year designing and making a range of air pollution control devices.

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By a Thread

360Sweater spins up a range of recycled cashmere products

360Sweater's Naked Cashmere line is made from cashmere recycled from never-worn clothing items.

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Eyes on the Ball

Kroenke's Vision Becomes a Reality

Stan Kroenke is the Los Angeles Business Journal's 2020 Business Person of the Year.

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For the Win

Stan Kroenke’s visions — for the Rams, SoFi Stadium and Inglewood — are becoming a reality

In this rare interview with Stan Kroenke, he shares his vision for SoFi Stadium, sports in L.A. and more.

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Stan Kroenke: A Condensed Guide

A look at the life and holdings of the Business Person of the Year

Take a look at Stan Kroenke's life and holdings, from his beginnings to his current net worth.

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By the Books

Avid reader Stan Kroenke shares some of his favorites

Stan Kroenke shares his favorite books and authors.

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Special Report: Banking & Finance Quarterly — Q1 2020

Read interviews with L.A.'s top banking professionals and access the latest data in the Los Angeles Business Journal's Banking & Finance Quarterly Special Report.

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Fast Starter

City National’s Kelly Coffey makes a good first-year impression

Under Kelly Coffey, who joined City National as chief executive in February 2019, the largest bank headquartered in Los Angeles has grown even larger.

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Pacific Rim Perspective

Menai and CTBC have a unique view of the region’s challenges — and opportunities

As the U.S. head of one of Taiwan’s largest banks, Noor Menai has unique insight into the local economic impact of major events like the trade war and the coronavirus outbreak.

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2020 Residential Brokers Special Report

L.A.'s key players and top sales set records

Get an in-depth look at the L.A. residential real estate market’s key players and top sales as well as detailed data on the city’s leading brokers.

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Broker Bonanza: The Top Residential Real Estate Agents and Sales in L.A.

Record sales, foreign buyers boosted residential market in 2019

For the leading residential real estate brokers in Los Angeles, the past year brought an uncertain start, a robust finish and unprecedented results.

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Clear Direction

With focus on innovation and acquisitions, Compass sets a course for growth

Compass, a tech-driven real estate brokerage, has quickly become a dominant player in L.A.’s crowded real estate market.

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L.A. Rising: Miracle Mile

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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Driving Diversity

Inclusion initiatives at top talent agencies could help reshape Hollywood

While the rest of Hollywood wrestles with concerns over diversity, the town’s most powerful companies — its leading talent agencies — have already taken steps toward improving inclusion.

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