James Rufus Koren is a Managing Editor.
Before his assignment as Managing Editor, he served as the paper's finance reporter covering the banking industry. Prior to joining the Business Journal, he covered state and local politics for several daily newspapers in Southern California. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California. He can be reached at 323-549-5225, ext. 225, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olivier de Givenchy saw finance career as better fit than family’s fashion, design pursuits.
Banker Olivier de Givenchy has made a name for himself outside of the fashion and beauty sectors his family is famous for.
Los Angeles International Airport remains on pace for a record year after a strong September, according to passenger traffic figures released Friday.
Lenders compete to help business owners tap dividend recapitalizations for hefty payouts while loading their companies with debt. Once limited, the practice nears record pace.
Bankers take dividend recapitalizations mainstream, letting business owners load up on money while loading their companies with debt.
finance: New handle offered Cappello new life in court fight.
Investment bank Cappello Capital has gone back to work under a new name after a firm-scuttling lawsuit.
Banking: Hanmi joins rivals in chasing out-of-state growth.
Banking: Koreatown’s Hanmi is in a state of expansion with its acquisition of Texas’ United Central.
Port-commissioned app to help drivers with Desmond project.
Internet Long Beach port builds bridge to future with app to help navigate traffic during Gerald Desmond work.
Ari Bass was one of many L.A. dads who spent a couple weeks in August driving a van on a family vacation.
Koreantown bank holding company Hanmi Financial Corp. completed its acquisition of United Central Bank of Garland, Texas, over the weekend in a deal that gives Hanmi a presence in Illinois, Texas and Virginia.
Quest Nutrition’s new products offer buyers taste of protein.
Quest Nutrition hopes for healthy returns from its new milk protein-based chips.
Downtown stock brokerage Wedbush Securities in Los Angeles has responded to a financial industry group’s allegations of problems in its market access operations over the past several years.