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Government’s well-intended regulations may have driven small public companies to new, larger owners.
It’s dispiriting to see business improvement districts attacked by an academic group in league with a homeless advocate.
It’s outrageous that the average cost to build a city-subsidized apartment for the homeless has climbed to $559,000 with highest per-unit cost now at $746,000.
Do you know what really was deflating when California’s High-Speed Rail Authority issued its latest report a few weeks ago?
Recently, I got a note from a local business executive telling me he was retiring and moving out of California.
I’ve been looking over our Stockwatch page, and I couldn’t help but notice a couple of things.
The unfolding corruption scandal involving Los Angeles City Hall denizens and real estate developers is absolutely shocking. On the other hand, it’s not at all surprising. It’s almost to be expected.
I live in one of those very suburban neighborhoods that was built for kids.
MannKind Corp.’s sales effort fails to deliver, so far; California’s secession threats show divisions between right and left.
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Starting a public bank is a combination of contempt and chutzpah.
Shortly after the coronavirus pandemic hit nearly eight months ago, businesses started questioning whether they would need as much office space going forward.
We have a severe housing shortage, and last week our mayor said that he’d help make matters worse.
Are two of our Los Angeles city councilmembers trying to chase businesses out of the city?
True or false?: The business community in the San Fernando Valley supports the city’s idea to house the homeless temporarily in specified areas in each council district.
Cheri Fleming, among the most accomplished business and civic leaders in the Valley area, died Monday evening after suffering a brain aneurism two weeks ago.