Daniel Miller

Daniel Miller is an enterprise business reporter for the Los Angeles Times, working on investigations, features and projects. An L.A. native and UCLA graduate, he joined the staff in 2013. He previously reported on the business of entertainment for five years, breaking stories on sexual misconduct in Hollywood, detailing the noir-soaked life of a black detective with claimed ties to Raymond Chandler, and covering the Walt Disney Co. – from executive suite intrigue to the company’s quirky fans. Miller was a Loeb Awards finalist in 2016 for “Selling Stardom,” a series on unscrupulous show business operators, and was honored in 2018 by groups including the Society of American Business Editors and Writers for "Anaheim's Subsidy Kingdom," a series on Disney’s business ties to the Orange County city.
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The Lexus LC500 suffers from an identity crisis — one that could perplex prospective buyers of a car with a base price of $92,200.

Elon Musk gets off the ropes with SEC settlement, but Tesla still has a bruising fight ahead

The settlement allows Musk to remain CEO of the electric-car company but requires him to relinquish his role as chairman for at least three years. Tesla, meanwhile, faces significant cash shortage issues and problems with the rollout of the Model 3.