James F. Peltz

James F. Peltz has covered nearly every aspect of national business news – including corporate America, Wall Street and global economic matters – for more than 25 years in Los Angeles and New York. He also spent nine years on the Los Angeles Times’ Sports staff, where he mainly wrote about auto racing and major league baseball. Peltz graduated from UCLA and earned a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Colorado.
Anthony Scaramucci, L.A.'s Gary Winnick encouraging pardon for 'junk bond king' Michael Milken

President Trump is receiving encouragement from some of his closest confidants to pardon Michael Milken, the 1980s “junk bond king," once convicted of fraud.

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New Lego CEO takes on rebuilding the battered toy company, brick by brick

A Q&A with Lego Group's new chief executive, Niels Christiansen, who is trying to guide the Danish company through turbulent times in the toy industry.