The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
Kathy Carter knows how tricky it can be to execute a successful plan in the sports business world.
When the state’s Department of Public Health “strongly discouraged” trick-or-treating last week, it put a damper on already weak Halloween spending.
With major theme parks in the L.A. area still closed because of the coronavirus, their popular annual Halloween attractions are also shuttered.
Cannabis is on the ballot in six Los Angeles-area cities this November.
For everybody who’s ever thought, “I wonder what SpaceX is really like?” you may soon have at least a partial answer.
The Wilshire Courtyard, an iconic 1 million-square-foot Miracle Mile office complex, could be getting a new look.
YogaWorks Inc., citing pandemic-related studio closures, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Oct. 15, with its secured-debt holder Serene Investment Management as a stalking horse bidder.
Consumer confidence in Los Angeles County during the third quarter hovered near the record low set during the second quarter, according to a survey released last week to the Business Journal.
Sawtelle-based Pontifax AgTech Management has wrapped a $302 million investment fund, riding the technology wave sweeping the food and agriculture sector.
Long Beach-based satellite launch company Virgin Orbit, looking to rebound from a failed test flight in May, is seeking to raise funds ahead of a second launch.
Two newly renovated office properties in Culver City have received a combined $70 million in refinancing.
Nome Ventures has purchased Pacific Gateway, a 10-story office building in Torrance, for $55.5 million.
Headspace Inc., the Santa Monica-based meditation app developer, has promoted CeCe Morken to chief executive.
Walt Disney Co. is about to become the streamiest place on Earth.
Gender diversity is one of the most intractable issues in the global economy.
While most of the terminals at the San Pedro Bay are struggling to keep up with a recent influx of traffic, Fenix Marine Services just added a new carrier to its roster of clients.
Moldex-Metric Inc., a Culver City-based manufacturer of hearing and respiratory protection equipment, is expanding operations to Lebanon, Tenn.
CloudKitchens, a Pico-Union-based operator of several shared commercial kitchen locations, has a new tenant — El Segundo-based Lemonade Restaurant Group.
A downtown-based company trying to build a gondola tramway between Union Station and Dodger Stadium has reached a significant milestone, as the public environmental review process for the project gets underway this month.
Century City-based infrastructure giant AECOM has been partnering with the Federal Aviation Administration to support the agency’s operation of the national airspace system during the coronavirus pandemic.
Work begins this weekend on the final major phase of the $1.8 billion regional connector rail project downtown.
With Covid-related uncertainty top of mind for many investors, net lease properties have become one of the most in-demand real estate asset types in Los Angeles.
Asking rates for office property leases remain high, even as many businesses have turned to remote work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Quarterly highlights from every submarket of L.A. County in the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report.
A sweet sorrow overtook the city’s chocolate lovers when news broke in late March that See’s Candy Shops Inc. was suspending operations for only the second time in a century.
Just two months into his tenure as chief executive of Century City-based engineering and infrastructure giant AECOM, Troy Rudd’s first bold move is a company restructuring.