Los Angeles Business Journal

LABJ WEEKLY EDITION

Wealthiest Angelenos: 36, Jeffrey Katzenberg

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 38, Thomas Barrack

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 38, Marc Nathanson

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 40, Nicholas Berggruen

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 40, Ray R. Irani

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 42, Antony Ressler

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 43, John F. Shea

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 44, Gary Winnick

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 45, Jeffrey Gundlach

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 46, Vera Guerin

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 47, Charles Munger

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 48, Aubrey Chernick

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 49, Donald E. Friese

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 49, Shane Smith

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

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Condo Developer Finds Opening With Vacant Lot

ACQUISITION: Galvic pays $13.3 million for site on Westwood’s Golden Mile.

A patch of dirt in Westwood has just sold for $13.3 million to North Hollywood’s Galvic Construction on its way to becoming high-end condos.

New Take on Business

Leaders in California must work to remove negative factors that make companies poachable by other states.

Los Angeles needs to improve its appeal to businesses at risk of being drawn to other states, writes Tracy Hernandez.

Court Ruling Makes Case for Press Releases

David Silver has some good words for the power of the press release.

More To Say

TV’s Ellen DeGeneres talks up digital media

Ellen DeGeneres isn’t all talk as the daytime TV host branches out to digital media platforms.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 3, Eli Broad

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Can Youth Demo Be Channeled Back to MTV?

TELEVISION: Former cable mainstay plans revival in era of social media giants.

Once-iconic cable channel MTV hopes a focus on live music can help revive its youthful cachet.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 2, Elon Musk

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 1, Patrick Soon-Shiong

Business Journal gives an accounting of L.A.’s biggest fortunes.

Hanjin’s Troubles at Home Making Waves in L.A.

SHIPPING: Concern grows at port; air, real estate appear solid.

Trouble at Korean conglomerate Hanjin, whose holdings include shipping, an airline, and real estate, has a ripple effect in Los Angeles.

Boxed In

REAL ESTATE: Pre-built homes struggle to settle in as scale eludes.

Developers looking at pre-fab homes as less expensive options may be late to the game.