When plastic surgeon David Feldmar isn’t reconstructing people, he’s constructing model airplanes.
While the Times flounders, Hollywood trades have stayed viable.
The wealthiest have choices, but are they voting with their pocketbooks?
Jaime Nack, 40, knows how to stay cool. While she now runs two businesses, consults with Fortune 500 companies, and works with Al Gore’s nonprofit Climate Reality Project, she stays true to an early love: reggae.
Republican communications strategist and consultant Richard Grenell had an unenviable task at the recent state GOP convention in Burlingame: speaking immediately after Donald Trump.
The Berggruen Institute’s effort to put Los Angeles on the intellectual map.
With its pending acquisition of DreamWorks Animation, Comcast is poised for a direct challenge to Disney.
Fraser Heston, chief executive of Agamemnon Films, has long enjoyed rock climbing, mountaineering, sailing, and scuba diving. But the more leisurely pursuit of fly fishing is his true love.
Alex Hodges, chief executive of Nederlander Concerts in Hollywood, lucked out on being the more decisive of four brothers – at least when it came to attending the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Los Angeles should be sowing and reaping more from the biotech field.