The Los Angeles Business Journal hosted Part 1 of the 27th annual Commercial Real Estate Symposium on Feb 23.
Recently, we’ve pored over materials covering inflation, central bank policy, geopolitics, and what they mean for our outlook and portfolio positioning.
Whether you’re still beaming from the Rams’ Super Bowl win or cheering on your favorite Olympians, you’ve seen how a win not only happens in a moment but also reflects years of effort.
Because it’s Valentine’s Day, let’s focus on some recent good news and signs of L.A.’s love for growth and development.
The Los Angeles Business Journal hosted its first discussion of the new year on economic trends on Feb 2.
Covid continues to surprise markets with anxiety-inducing surges and unexpected business opportunities.
L.A. has pressing concerns and competing priorities in the form of its housing crisis, economic growth, environmental goals and more.
Marvin Schotland, who has served as president and chief executive of the Beverly Grove-based Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles since 1989 and was included in the Business Journal’s 2021 LA500, is stepping down at the end of 2022.
Midsize businesses in Los Angeles cite higher costs of doing business, ongoing supply chain issues and labor shortages as their top challenges in JPMorgan Chase’s 12th annual Business Leaders Outlook survey on midsize companies in the United States.
Welcome to 2022 where folks are itching to move forward but are still burdened with pandemic fatigue and uncertainty.