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.
Come June, managers overseeing local warehouses larger than 150,000 square feet will have start keeping track of trucks arriving at their cargo docks in addition to handling their merchandise.
Claremont Graduate University received a $42 million gift from a foundation set up by the late alumnus and Orange County apartment property investor Patrick Cadigan.
Los Angeles’ multicultural landscape has generated more than a handful of iconic donut brands. Small shops and large franchises reflect a thriving niche industry.
Pandemic-related travel restrictions are still being observed in many places, but you wouldn’t know it based on the number of hotel rooms that opened last year.
Couples planning to tie the knot this year are spending more, worrying less and booking early — all signs that point to a promising wedding season.
In the last five years, more than 185 new warehouses sprung up in Los Angeles County, providing some 14.8 million square feet of additional space to the local logistic chain, according to data aggregated by Reonomy, a New York City-based analytics company specializing in commercial real estate.
Kitchen United Inc.’s cooking sites are usually tucked away from the public eye with the pickup window serving as the sole point of contact with customers and delivery drivers.
Lagerlof Corporate Services merged with Anglin Flewelling & Rasmussen and the new entity will now operate under the Lagerlof name.
While state laws requiring public corporations to add underrepresented people to their boards continue to be challenged in courts, many local firms have already adopted the bills’ provisions ahead of the Dec. 31 deadline.
Viewers who tuned in earlier this year to see the Perseverance rover touch down on the surface of Mars probably saw images of flight controllers celebrating the momentous landing at Pasadena’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Pasadena-based engineering and consulting firm Tetra Tech Inc. won a $24 million contract and a joint venture it is part of won a separate $300 million contract.
There aren’t many lawyers in the entertainment industry as famous as their celebrity clients, but John Branca is one of them.
Hotels had braced for a temporary disruption to their businesses during the pandemic, but that disruption has extended, and now the industry is getting a wake-up call.
One might think a severe drought would be bad news for a company whose main business is supplying water to residential and business customers.