Jonathan Diamond is editor of the Los Angeles Business Journal. His three-decade career has been spent primarily in business journalism, with forays into book publishing and real estate development. He can be contacted at email@example.com or at 323-549-5225. Story pitches should be directed to beat reporters.
Litigation attorney by day, stage actress by night – and that’s just the way Jessica Walker likes it.
Rising interest rates may cause some to rethink deals, but the bigger threat to the expansion of the local economy will come from trade, not monetary, policy.
Richard B. Jones fell in love with opera in a place where he wasn’t allowed to listen to jazz: the former Soviet Union.
The world has turned on its head.
In just a little more than two decades, Jeff Runyan has competed in about 50 marathons and triathlons throughout the country, from New Mexico to Missouri, Tennessee to Kansas.
Now that the dust has settled a bit on the election season, it’s time to take stock of whether we’ve voted to help ourselves.
Patrick Soon-Shiong, the wealthiest person in Los Angeles and the largest shareholder in Los Angeles Times parent tronc Inc., spent the week before Thanksgiving stocking up on more tronc shares.
It might cost more to operate a business in Los Angeles, but that’s a price many companies are willing to pay.
While most people only dream about flying above L.A. traffic, Michael Root does so regularly.
So what is there now, other than a deep sense of relief that the campaign season has come to an end?