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Daniel Roberts to cook up whatever customers catch on special boating trips.
Chef Daniel Roberts angles to land new customers by cooking the catch from special fishing trips.
Shireen Jaffer’s startup mentoring venture scores junior $2,000 scholarship.
Shireen Jaffer’s startup proved a class act and earned the USC business student a $2,000 scholarship.
MARKETING: Recession prompted Paolucci to look beyond real estate clients.
The real estate downturn forced Paolucci Communication Arts to sign up clients from other industries.
Beer: Firestone Walker sees operation as mainly market research facility.
Firestone Walker brewery is pouring itself into a new dining and beer-making operation in Venice, which it will use to test market new brews.
INTERNET: Washio relies on network of ‘ninjas’ to pick up, return clothes.
Quick, name something you hate doing.
Charles Crumpley is charging in to the debate over rising residential electricity rates.
TRANSPORTATION: Cabbies fear apps have edge in fare fight.
App-driven ride services and taxi companies are still puzzling out a roadmap to share L.A.’s streets.
Santa Monica direct-marketing giant Guthy-Renker LLC has sold its solar energy marketing subsidiary, Paramount Solar, to one of its partners, SolarCity Corp., in a stock-and-cash deal valued at $120 million.
Wilcon, a downtown L.A. regional fiber optic network and data center company, on Tuesday said it acquired a Marina Del Rey competitor, Freedom Dark Fiber Networks.
ENERGY: Utilities say proposed charge needed to offset losses.
Solar panel installers are steamed that utilities are pointing at their customers to justify a proposed $10 per household fee.
Even after the fiasco that led to the permanent shutdown of his company’s San Onofre nuclear power plant, Edison International Chief Executive Theodore Craver is willing to go nuclear again.
Mondrian Hotel owner Pebblebrook Hotel Trust announced that it has acquired Hollywood’s boutique Redbury Hotel from CIM Group for $34 million.
PowerOne Corp., a Chicago company that provides discounted electricity to commercial customers, announced that it would buy Power Equity Inc., a smaller Garden Grove competitor it has used as a contractor in the past
Share of Aecom Technology Corp. dropped 17 percent on Tuesday after the professional technical services company cut its full-year earnings guidance.
Online advertising services provider ReachLocal reported a smaller-than expected second-quarter loss and announced a partnership with review site Yelp Inc.