Los Angeles Business Journal

LABJ WEEKLY EDITION

Wealthiest Angelenos: 32, Bradley Wayne Hughes Jr.

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 33, Neil Kadisha

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 34, George Joseph

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 35, Antony Ressler

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 36, Ryan Kavanaugh

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 37, Thomas Barrack

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 38, Nicolas Berggruen

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 39, Bobby Murphy

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 39, Evan Spiegel

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 41, Marc Nathanson

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 42, Charlie Munger

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 43, Aubrey Chernick

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 44, Ray R. Irani

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 45, John F. Shea

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 46, Lowell Milken

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 47, Alan Auerbach

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 48, Jeffrey Gundlach

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 49, Richard “Ric” Kayne

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

Wealthiest Angelenos: 50, Vera S. Guerin

Business Journal sums up L.A. biggest fortunes.

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Law Firm Won’t Keep It Brief With Relocation

Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith is staying put.

Wealth is Good

The fact that Los Angeles now has more than 50 billionaires is a good thing, Charles Crumpley writes.

Seismic Shift for Safety

Tax breaks, grants can help pay for earthquake safety retrofits without cracking wallets of renters.

James B. Clarke says tax breaks and grants would give tenants and landlords a fair shake on paying for seismic improvements.

L.A. City Attorney Defends Case Against Wells Fargo

City Attorney Mike Feuer defends going after Wells Fargo as part of his public brief.

Suitor Has Grocery-Focused Brokerage in Bag

ACQUISITION: JLL buys Wilson Retail Group, long targeted by rival firms.

Chicago real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. acquired Brentwood retail brokerage and capital markets firm Wilson Retail Group for an undisclosed sum in a deal that closed May 7.