The past year was a difficult one for office space in L.A., particularly in previously booming downtown.
The future of office space is a big question as companies grapple with whether to make working from home a permanent reality, but experts agree that medical office space will remain in demand.
Video games attracted record-breaking numbers of players in 2020, and the esports industry appears poised to grow rapidly in the year ahead.
Culver City-based Scopely Inc.’s “Scrabble GO” might seem like a typical multiplayer mobile word game.
Even as other industries struggled in 2020, the video game industry continued to grow rapidly, with local companies such as Activision Blizzard Inc. and Riot Games Inc. leading the way.
The 2021 Book of Lists shines a light on how companies are persevering
It’s impossible to talk about 2020, or to look ahead at 2021, without referencing the turbulent times wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic, the social justice movement and an election that became all-consuming.
Snap Inc. has been on a roll in 2020, more than doubling its value since the start of the year.
Greycroft has had a standout year amid some of the greatest economic turmoil in decades.
Temple City-based Fulgent Genetics Inc. entered 2020 as a small, niche genetic testing company that was poised for significant growth.
Santa Monica-based MJW Investments is one of the most active multifamily developers in Los Angeles, with 4.5 million square feet of development in L.A. County since 2010.
Although 2020 has not been an easy year for any business, it hasn’t stopped Chinatown-based Cathay General Bancorp from charging forward with new beginnings and long-term goals.
Even though the amount of waste deposited in landfills has declined in recent years, SCS Engineers’ business has grown.
CMA CGM Group and American President Lines occupy adjacent spots on the Business Journal’s list of shipping companies that serve the San Pedro Bay port complex.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s annual Book of Lists has arrived. This year’s edition contains 73 unique lists covering the region’s major industries and a diverse array of companies that enliven Los Angeles County’s expansive economy.
In a year that many would like to forget, there was plenty to remember. Take a look at the top stories that shaped the Community of Business this year.