LA BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. of Hawthorne is scheduled to launch one of its rockets on a resupply mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida to the International Space Station on Monday, July 18.
Shareholders at the nation’s two largest Korean-American banks, both based in Koreatown in Los Angeles, approved a merger Thursday, according to a press release.
Office vacancy rates in Los Angeles County tightened slightly in the second quarter, with rental rates reaching record peaks.
Bijan’s yellow store on Rodeo Drive just sold for what the seller’s brokers are describing as a record value per square foot, hitting above last year’s sale of the Chanel building on Rodeo. That site sold for $13,217 a square foot, or $152 million.
RealD Acquires Tessive, L.A., tech executives denounce Donald Trump, Airbnb conviction in Santa Monica, and more.
A swarm of allegations continues to buzz around futuristic transportation company Hyperloop One in the wake of an ugly personnel shakeup, but former general counsel Afshin Pishevar – brother of company co-founder and board chair Shervin Pishevar – got some good news in court Thursday.
Knowing their work makes a difference is the most important thing for millennial employees, according to the results of an online survey of almost 900 executives from around the world conducted by Century City-based global organizational advisory firm Korn Ferry in June.
Netflix and “Game of Thrones” dominated the list of nominations for the 68th Emmy Awards, which were announced Thursday morning.
Snapchat raised the second-most amount of money out of all venture capital-backed companies in the country during the second quarter, according to a report released by Dow Jones VentureCapital.
The future of Japanese restaurant Yamashiro in Hollywood is looking brighter following a period of flux after the property sold to a Chinese hotel company. The eatery recently reopened under new management by companies Boulevard Nightlife Group and Sugar Factory, which are planning upgrades to the space and the menu.
Virtual Reality Society launched, Fullscreen hires Vevo’s Scott Reich, and online camera rental startup ShareGrid Raises $1 million.
In an apparent escalation of diplomatic tit for tats, NBC Universal’s film chief Jeff Shell said he was denied entry into Russia and detained by that country’s authorities for about five hours.
L.A. Live has a new founding partner. Buffalo, N.Y.-based New Era Cap Co. signed a multiyear deal with complex owner AEG to become the official headwear provider for the downtown sports and entertainment campus. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Seizing on Chapman Plaza’s appeal as a hip dining and nightlife scene, ArcWest Partners has purchased the Spanish revival-style marketplace in Mid-Wilshire.
Hyperloop One and its chairman sued by co-founder, Virgin Galactic to restart spaceship testing, Disney Accelerator names 2016 class, and more.
A portfolio company of Transom Capital Group, a Los Angeles private equity firm which specializes in the lower-middle market, acquired La Jolla skateboard maker Sector 9, the company announced today.
Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. will soon put its architects to use on a personal project. The real estate investment trust bought a lot for $17.5 million next to its Pasadena headquarters, and plans to build a home base office.
Hyperloop One co-founder and former chief technology officer Brogan BamBrogan sued the next-gen transportation company and its executive membership alleging his ouster in June came after a “hangman’s noose” was left on his desk by the company’s general counsel.
Veteran political consultants David Jacobson and Maclen Zilber have launched an East Hollywood-based campaign communications firm called Jacobson & Zilber Strategies.
As it does every quarter, J2 Global Inc. gobbled up another slate of companies. The Hollywood-based internet services company acquired six small companies for an undisclosed amount in the second quarter. The acquired firms include email marketing companies SMTP and Publicaster, digital media company GameTrailers, as well as backup storage companies Electronic Vaulting Services, Safebackup, and 24sevenbackup.