SoFi Stadium’s Opening Is Cause for Celebration — Just Not Yet
Along with 72,000 other people, I was supposed to be at SoFi Stadium on Sunday night, getting a first look at the biggest project to hit the Los Angeles area in decades and watching the Rams take on the Dallas Cowboys.
Despite a global pandemic and one of the most tumultuous economic environments in modern history, U.S. billionaires have done surprisingly well in the past year.
Now That's Rich
It may seem incongruous at a time like this to be talking about billionaires, but it’s also hard not to when you see the numbers.
It’s not much of a stretch to say that, at least right now, there’s no more essential industry in Los Angeles than health care.
For the time being at least, DLA Piper will have to manage without one of its partners.
Catching up on multiple fronts this week, starting with a look at big universities and even bigger dollars.
Bringing Out the Best
Last August, the Business Journal hosted a raucous gathering for hundreds of executives in a packed ballroom at a downtown hotel.
X Marks the Spot
XPrize, which for years has been blending entrepreneurial enthusiasm, improve-the-world initiatives and good old-fashioned cash rewards, has turned its attention to one of our most pressing problems: Covid-19 testing.
Rising to Meet the Moment
The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce, which is focused on helping Black-owned businesses throughout L.A., is a stand-alone organization.
Not Coming Up Roses
By now, you’d think we’d have grown accustomed to pandemic-fueled bad news, but something about last week’s cancellation of the Rose Parade struck a chord.