Los Angeles Business Journal

David joined the Los Angeles Business Journal in November 2008 and currently covers the non-profit sector and local casinos. He carries a Bachelor of Arts degree and hails from the Los Angeles Times where he spent 23 years covering education, religion, environment, health, transportation, crime and other general assignments.

David can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 225, or by Email: dhaldane@labusinessjournal.com.

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Dean Scarborough: Sticking to It

Chief executive has spent almost his entire career working for label and office products maker Avery Dennison.

Thinking outside the box – and other places to stick labels – is a high priority for Avery Dennison CEO Dean Scarborough.

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Jumbo Jobs

Fuselages for Boeing’s big 747-8 lift aerospace industry

Orders for giant new 747 fuselages should be a big lift to the local industry.

Sweat Garage Inspired by Illness

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Why did Christopher Slevin join the Guillain-Barré Syndrome CIDP International Foundation last month?

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Indy Gas Station Owners Afraid of Tanking

BP plan to sell Arco could destabilize low-cost pricing model.

BP’s plan to sell its Arco stations is fueling anxiety among local independent station owners.

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Moving Furniture

PROFILE: Couple snapped up two near-bankrupt businesses to create firm that makes antique reproductions.

When the recession started, Keith and Gayle Hudson decided they needed to do something as a hedge against the deteriorating economy.

Ports See Big Increases in January

Both South Bay ports posted cargo gains again last month as the economy continued what appeared to be a slow march toward recovery.

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Off the Tracks?

Funding cuts could derail traffic-easing crossings

A lack of funding could put the brakes on train crossings designed to ease San Gabriel Valley traffic.

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Sink or Swim?

L.A. port plans may torpedo Terminal Island’s Fish Harbor.

Port of L.A.’s plans for Terminal Island may force local fishermen to weigh anchor.

City Council Won't Change Shipyard Decision

The Los Angeles City Council has decided not to overturn the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Commissioners’ denial of a Long Beach company’s bid to build a shipyard.

Maker of Gluten-Free Food Is Filling Up on Contracts

String of companies line up for Simply Shari’s products.

A Westlake Village company is feasting on new deals for its gluten-free products.

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