The Los Angeles Times is excited to announce a new magazine and digitally focused product called Southern California’s Legal Professionals: Notable Personal Injury Lawyers, which will be published on December 17, 2021.
The health care business sector – perhaps more than any other category of industry – has been forced to reassess, restructure and remodel itself to accommodate the unpredictable and challenging times we have faced over the last year and a half due to the COVID-19 crisis.
While there are more millionaires per capita in L.A. County than anywhere else, recent developments in the fintech market also have opened private wealth management products and services to people with less disposable income as well. We turned to some of the region’s leading experts in wealth management, accounting and law, who shared their insights.
Like other unprecedented changes that businesses in every sector had to make last year, a whole new landscape has emerged in the food and beverage industry in terms of financial, legal, employment and supply chain. Even seasoned pros found themselves struggling to find answers to crucial questions.
Orange County residents who may be searching for answers about where and when to get vaccinated have many resources and options.
Los Angeles Times B2B Publishing is excited to announce a new magazine and digitally focused product called Los Angeles & Orange Counties Commercial Real Estate: Trends, Updates and Visionaries.
Taiwan has the 57th largest population in the world in 2019 on an island about 11% the size of California. This makes it even more impressive that Taiwan is the U.S.’ 9th largest trading partner.
In a decade where trends suggest we may all spend more time in our homes, it can be easy to forget that the space comprises of more than just a living room, kitchen, and bedroom, a utilitarian place to work, cook, and sleep, awaiting the next day.
After the many unprecedented operational changes that businesses in every sector had to make last year, a whole new landscape has emerged in terms of labor and employment issues. This has left even the most seasoned human resources and C-suiters struggling to find answers to crucial questions.
The historic impact of COVID-19 on the commercial real estate industry has forced numerous new paradigms to emerge. Commercial real estate companies have needed to digitize operations, change workplace protocols, or shutter physical facilities due to lockdowns.
The world of entertainment was rocked substantially by the COVID-19 pandemic. Untold numbers of projects and jobs became frozen in limbo (or worse) during the slowdown, but creativity and resilience - always hallmarks of the entertainment world - sparked silver linings.
Corporate cybersecurity breaches have become more commonplace. With hundreds of thousands more employees working from home, with devices containing sensitive data leaving offices and entering homes at an exponential rate, those concerns have exponentially increased.
With much change in the air for 2021 – from the distribution of vaccines to the arrival of a new administration – it’s harder than ever to know what’s coming next and how businesses in virtually all industries should prepare for the months ahead. This roundtable discussion is designed to provide unique insights into business strategies for 2021.
The land-observing satellite was supposed to work for five years. Now, more than 20 years later, Landsat 7 is still going strong. In April 2021, the satellite marked its 22nd year of serving as a set of eyes on our home planet, documenting Earth’s splendors such as the expansion of cities and calamities like volcanic eruptions and historic wildfires.
During this unprecedented year of pandemics and politics, our best side still emerges in our urge to give.
In the complex landscape of health and health care, the players are many, the voices are loud, and being heard gets harder every year — especially for the everyday Californian.
According to CALFIRE, 2020 was the largest wildfire season in California’s modern history, with 4.1 million acres set ablaze. Now, in 2021, we are in the middle of the third driest year on record.
If you’ve fallen victim to bad credit, you’re not alone. According to Experian, 1 of the 3 major credit reporting bureaus, nearly a third of adult Americans have credit scores below 601, which is the dividing line between bad and “fair” credit.
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