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11/1/2012

Space Cadets

A region that helped power the rocket age is back in the game

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7/25/2012

Bad Moon Rising

How is L.A. dealing with its looming budget deficit? Don’t ask city hall

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6/1/2012

It’s a Mall World

With big plans afoot, Westfield Group is helping reshape the Valley and Century City

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4/1/2012

Station Break

Quitting PBS was only the first test for KCET. The next? Staying alive

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2/1/2012

Rich People

Like it or not, the 1 percenters who’ve been getting so much attention keep this city afloat

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12/1/2011

Keeping Score

Bobby Kotick leads Activision, the Los Angeles video game giant, into the era of social media

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10/1/2011

Enter the Big Top

The decision by Cirque du Soleil to install its permanent show Iris at the little-used Kodak Theatre could seal the deal on Hollywood Boulevard’s second act

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8/1/2011

Not Worth The Weight

Bank of America had big plans when it bought Countrywide, the Calabasas mortgage lender that helped create the foreclosure crisis. Then reality sank in

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6/1/2011

A Current Affair

As electric cars roll into the market, Santa Monica’s Coda Automotive dreams big

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12/1/2010

Well Paid

How Occidental Petroleum, a company used to keeping a low profile, found itself in the center of a shareholder revolt

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