Los Angeles Business Journal

Managing editor Omar Shamout can be reached at oshamout@labusinessjournal.com. Follow him on Twitter @omarshamout.

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Business District Eyes Alleys to Field Green Space

DEVELOPMENT: Project seeks to generate room for gatherings in South Park.

South Park, home to just a couple of small parks, is rich with construction but poor on green space.

Business Association Has Big Booster Seat to Fill

NONPROFIT: Departure of Carol Schatz leads to long list of traits for successor.

After Carol Schatz announced earlier this year that she would retire from her post as chief executive of downtown’s Central City Association, the business group’s board hired Glendale executive search firm Morris & Berger to recruit potential successor candidates.

Restaurants, Bars Aim to Feast on Football Fans

DINING: Tom’s Urban at L.A. Live among eateries to serve Rams on Sunday.

There’s a new game in town, and that means more potential business for sports bars and restaurants that cater to hungry fans.

SPECIAL REPORT: Linc Gasking

The Business Journal spotlights local company founders for whom the advantages of being in Los Angeles hit home.

SPECIAL REPORT: Marc Mertens

The Business Journal spotlights local company founders for whom the advantages of being in Los Angeles hit home.

SPECIAL REPORT: Victoria Silchenko

The Business Journal spotlights local company founders for whom the advantages of being in Los Angeles hit home.

SPECIAL REPORT: Beatriz Acevedo

The Business Journal spotlights local company founders for whom the advantages of being in Los Angeles hit home.

SPECIAL REPORT: Michael Laznicka

The Business Journal spotlights local company founders for whom the advantages of being in Los Angeles hit home.

Sports Museum Makes Another Pitch for Fans

HOSPITALITY: Collector revives memorabilia venue after seven-year hiatus.

As the Dodgers mire through the dog days of summer, sports collector Gary Cypres is trying to ignite a passion for baseball among younger generations.

Nonprofit Steps Up Historic Walks for Summer

TOURISM: Conservancy adds nighttime events to handle seasonal demand.

The Los Angeles Conservancy is trying to make it easier to explore L.A.’s architectural history on foot this summer.

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