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IPC The Hospitalist Co. Inc. announced on Friday that it has acquired two doctors groups in Florida.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s index of the area’s largest public companies rose for the week.
If you’re a fan of AMC’s “Mad Men,” then you’ve probably seen actor Jon Hamm lounging in sleek midcentury modern office furniture while sipping a stiff drink as his iconic character, Don Draper.
It started with a phone call Friday night at the opening of Memorial Day weekend.
Moonshark, a mobile entertainment publisher, has been acquired by Bowling Green, Ky., mobile game studio Hitcents.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 38 points in Friday’s trading to 17, 001. The S&P 500 fell 4 points to 1,988. The Nasdaq rose 6 points to 4,539. The LABJ Stock Index was flat at 204.
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Mayor Eric Garcetti has appointed the city’s first chief data officer as part of his initiative to boost Los Angeles with tech-driven policies.
One important lesson from the workshop dealt with ways to customize content for targeted customers. However, it left some wondering where to draw the line between maximizing social media marketing and protecting customer information.
El Segundo tablet maker Fuhu earned the number one slot on the 2014 Inc. 5000, an annual list of the fastest-growing privately held companies released by Inc. Magazine.
Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, a private equity firm in Los Angeles, announced Thursday it has bought the Hot Dog on a Stick chain.
Ten cities in L.A. County were named as finalists for the most business-friendly city award, the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. made the announcement on Thursday.
The Dow Jones industrial average gained 73 points in Thursday’s trading to close at 17,040. The S&P 500 rose 6 points to close at 1,993. The Nasdaq rose 6 points to close at 4,532. The LABJ Stock Index was flat at 204.
Tablet and children’s app developer Fuhu has topped the Inc. 5000 list, an annual ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in the country, for the second year in a row.
El Segundo semiconductor company International Rectifier Corp. announced Wednesday it will be acquired by a German chip maker for $40 per share in a $3 billion all-cash deal. Layoffs are expected.
Toms, the Venice shoe company known for its “One for One” policy of donating a pair of shoes to charity for each pair it sells, sold 50 percent of its equity to Bain Capital in a deal announced Wednesday.
Daily Journal Corp , the downtown Los Angeles publisher of newspapers covering the legal world, announced Wednesday it will continue to be listed on the Nasdaq.
The state’s worker safety agency has issued citations imposing more than $77,000 in penalties against Menzies Aviation after an investigation uncovered safety violations involved in the death of a worker at Los Angeles International Airport.
Downtown stock brokerage Wedbush Securities in Los Angeles has responded to a financial industry group’s allegations of problems in its market access operations over the past several years.