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ENGINEERING: Aecom gets jobs on developments it co-funds.
Aecom builds up its project list by co-funding developments through its investment arm.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s index of largest local public companies rose slightly for the week, as the markets rebounded from earlier losses.
Unico American Corp. has purchased a two-story office building in Calabasas with plans to eventually make it the company’s headquarters.
Pasadena’s East West Bancorp Inc. late Wednesday reported earnings just shy of Wall Street expectations.
Banc of California Inc. on Tuesday announced the completion of the merger of its two banking subsidiaries, Pacific Trust Bank and Private Bank of California, into a single national charter bank called Banc of California.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s index of largest local public companies rose slightly for the week as the markets rebounded.
A sharp increase in feature film production helped boost location filming in Los Angeles during the third quarter.
Green Dot Corp. on Tuesday said it has appointed Grace Wang as chief financial officer, effective Nov. 18. She succeeds John Keatley, who left last month.
TV Guide owner finds value in PennySaver
Classifieds mailer PennySaver earns investment firm and new owner OpenGate’s stamp of approval.
Gov. Jerry Brown must be in a time warp, Charles Crumpley writes, because Brown still thinks California leads the entire nation.
Richard Berman sees a new union tactic working against local employers and workers.
A group that lobbies banks to do more lending in low-income communities is protesting the merger of CapitalSource Inc. and PacWest Bancorp, saying PacWest executives are not committed to community development activities.
The Los Angeles Business Journal’s index of largest local public companies fell for the week.
The economy in the city of Los Angeles grew at a faster rate than the nation last year, according to a report released by the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Wednesday.
Downtown L.A. asset manager TCW Group Inc. has acquired Beverly Hills private equity firm Craton Equity Partners, TCW announced Monday.