The market for health care in the Southland has never been more robust.
Colleges ramp up study-in-Hollywood programs
Out-of-state colleges and universities operating study-in-Hollywood programs are becoming a force in higher education locally as their real-estate footprints mushroom across Los Angeles.
Levine leads LA’s last independent station
Saul Levine has kept the last independently owned radio station in L.A. running for 62 years thanks to hustle and a refusal to sell.
Top toymaker expects modest gains
Mattel Inc. managed to maintain revenue at $4.5 billion last year, and its guidance for 2020 calls for a modest full-year revenue growth of 1% to 2.5%, but Wall Street appears skeptical.
Truck parts maker staffs up in US
Frank Sonzala, chief executive of a South Gate-based truck chassis manufacturer, is transferring about a third of his company’s production from China to the United States, a move he says will create about 275 local jobs.
Company anticipates disruption in operations for quarter, year
Count downtown-based nutrition supplement company Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. as another company feeling the impact of the rapid spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus throughout China.
Investment management company establishes distressed debt unit
Oaktree Capital Management has become the first foreign distressed debt company to set up a wholly owned unit in China under the Phase I U.S.-China trade deal.
Mid-Wilshire area gets a makeover
The changes taking place in the Miracle Mile area largely fall into two categories: museums and multifamily housing.
Traffic at area airports last year grew at slowest rate since the recession
A record 103 million passengers went through the gates at the four commercial airports serving Los Angeles County last year, but that was up only 1.4% from 2018, marking the slowest growth rate since the Great Recession.
Anna Ondaatje I Playboy Enterprises Inc.
Playboy's Anna Ondaatje makes a statement with her work and her fashion choices.
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AUM aims for diverse audiences
Producer Nina Yang Bongiovi, whose films include “Fruitvale Station” and “Dope,” has entered into a partnership to launch AUM Group, a Los Angeles-based multicultural entertainment fund to finance feature films for rapidly diversifying audiences.
Adtech software company will expand teams
Outdoor advertising software company AdQuick Inc. raised a $6 million Series A to expand its sales, marketing and engineering teams.
Firm specializes in restaurant industry deals
Trinity Capital, a Brentwood-based boutique investment bank, will be acquired by Rhode Island-based Citizens Financial Group Inc.
Company will provide flights and scheduling
Santa Monica general aviation airline Surf Air Inc. announced it has acquired San Francisco-based online aviation marketplace BlackBird Air Inc.
LA Live fans to get gas delivery
Fans at Staples Center and L.A. Live will now be able to get their cars gassed up while they’re watching events at the venues.
Bavarian-themed property will lay off 35 employees
An upcoming landmark designation will ensure the walls at Alpine Village remain intact, but there’s no guarantee the lights will stay on.
Landlord group rescues company from bankruptcy
Forever 21 Inc. is emerging from bankruptcy with new owners who have a stake in keeping the company going.
Institute acquires surgery center in Marina del Rey
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, one of Orange County’s largest hospital and health care networks, is entering the Los Angeles County market.
Nestlé service will boost company’s supplement
The world’s largest food and beverage company has agreed to flex more of its marketing muscle for a product from Westwood-based nutrition company ChromaDex Inc.
Recently acquired retail center receives $31 million
Despite the so-called retail apocalypse, shopping centers in Southern California are still receiving interest from buyers and lenders.
Company buys Texas sites, seeks other opportunities
JRK Property Holdings Inc. is upgrading its status in the hotel category as part of its larger growth strategy.
Joint venture will convert 78-unit apartment building
A 78-unit apartment building in Hancock Park has sold for $29 million to a coliving developer.
Aerospace Corp.’s Steve Isakowitz is still aiming higher
Steve Isakowitz is president and chief executive of Aerospace Corp., the nation’s only federally funded research and development center focused on aerospace.
Air commuter service ready to launch routes between La Verne, Hawthorne and Camarillo
After months of delays, L.A.’s first air shuttle service for local commuters received DOT approval Feb. 19.
Motivo machine brings green farming
Motivo Engineering’s new electric-powered Monarch tractor performs farming functions quietly, with no human operator and without any trace of pollution.
After international fame, firm eyes LA work
Jerde Partnership believes it can go big and go home. The downtown-based design and architecture firm is putting its mark on projects around Los Angeles.