The Business Journal unveils its fifth annual LA500 list, honoring the most influential leaders and executives in Los Angeles.
Santa Monica-based startup Nacelle Inc. has raised in $18 million in Series A funding led by Inovia Capital.
Among the striking photos that documented last year’s protests against police brutality was an Associated Press image of an LAPD patrol car set aflame in Fairfax.
Tax credits and incentives are central pillars of the green energy industry.
With the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden days away, local companies are preparing for an array of proposed policy changes.
After numerous missed sailings back in March, Gene Seroka said he “never would have imagined” that the Port of L.A. would move 9.2 million TEUs of cargo in 2020.
There are plenty of questions about how President-elect Joe Biden’s administration will impact companies in Los Angeles, but some answers seem to be emerging as the new president takes office.
Prologis Inc. has purchased an 8.29-acre redevelopment site downtown for $91 million.
The halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center were empty last week as the annual Consumer Electronics Show carried on in a virtual format.
Passenger traffic at Los Angeles International Airport plunged last year because of the pandemic.
Charing Cross Partners has purchased South Bay Village, a nearly 108,000-square-foot shopping center in Torrance from Regency Centers Corp. for $39.8 million.
Brace Software Inc., the Santa Monica-based developer of a digital mortgage servicing platform, announced Jan. 12 that it had raised $15.7 million in a Series B funding round.
It was a year that will be remembered for a pandemic, an economic downturn and social justice protests, but for many publicly traded companies in Los Angeles, 2020 will also go down as a period of strong gains in the equities markets.
The new year has been busy for local infrastructure consulting firm AECOM.
Metro’s often delayed $2.15 billion Crenshaw-LAX light rail line was supposed to be undergoing final testing by now in preparation for a May opening.
Plunging revenue as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic may force Long Beach Airport to postpone a long-awaited upgrade.
After contending with pandemic-related shutdowns at its U.S.-based factories, American Honda Motor Co. Inc. sales slumped 16.3% in 2020 compared to 2019.
Individual FoodService in Bell wrapped up 2020 with three acquisitions, including a December deal for Brady Industries, a Las Vegas-based competitor.
Fresh out of bankruptcy, California Pizza Kitchen Inc. appointed four board members to lead the fast-casual restaurant chain along with Chief Executive Jim Hyatt.
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.
Uplifting Results Labs Inc., the Playa Vista-based nutrition startup behind the Muniq health brand, raised $8.2 million in Series A funding, the company announced Jan. 12.
Before the pandemic, Adam Burke, chief executive of the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, would have called you “crazy” if you told him that he’d be happy to report that Los Angeles hotels were at 50% occupancy.
The industry that Century City-based Air Lease Corp. operates in is in critical condition.
Some of the strategies local companies implemented last year to ease the burden of the pandemic on their workforce will likely evolve into permanent job perks once things return to normal.
Three years ago, local entrepreneur and expectant mother Jessica Chang received some surprising advice.
One of the most popular stories for the Business Journal last year came from our Wealthiest Angelenos special issue.