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  • L.A. investment bank Moelis & Co. files for IPO

    L.A. investment bank Moelis & Co. files for IPO
    Moelis & Co., a boutique Los Angeles investment bank, filed for an initial public offering, seeking to capitalize on the soaring stock market and a recent pickup in corporate mergers. The firm was founded in 2007 by Ken Moelis, a longtime Southern...
  • Christie's-affiliated real estate firm moving to Winnetka

    Christie's-affiliated real estate firm moving to Winnetka
    A real estate brokerage firm affiliated with London's historic Christie's auction house is expected to soon become the new kid on the block in Winnetka's East Elm business district, village officials said recently. As the first North Shore location...
  • Elmhurst water rates increase

    Elmhurst water rates increase
    Elmhurst residents can expect to pay more — in some cases, a lot more — for water after city council members unanimously approved higher rates and changes in the way water is billed. The changes, effective for usage billed on or after...
  • Pimco chief El-Erian to leave global investment firm in March

    Pimco chief El-Erian to leave global investment firm in March
    Mohamed El-Erian unexpectedly resigned from his post as chief executive and co-chief investment officer of global investment management firm Pimco on Tuesday, the firm said in a statement. El-Erian will leave the firm in March and will remain a member...
  • COPT reports gains as it completes repositioning

    COPT reports gains as it completes repositioning
    Profits at Corporate Office Properties Trust, a Columbia-based owner and developer of office parks, rose for the three months that ended Dec. 31, as the real estate investment trust finished repositioning its portfolio. "We have completed the...
  • Cheesecake Factory cooks up a recipe for success

    Cheesecake Factory cooks up a recipe for success
    People like rich, tasty food — and sweet, smooth desserts. That's a recipe the Cheesecake Factory Inc. has been following for more than three decades. The company's roots can be traced to the home kitchen of Evelyn Overton, who ran a small baked...
  • Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck

    Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck
    The gleaming new Horseshoe Casino Baltimore that greets visitors entering the city on Russell Street rises from gritty surroundings, flanked by a Holiday Inn Express and a concrete bunker-like block of storage units. Those two neighboring properties...
  • Jones Lang LaSalle adopts new name

    Jones Lang LaSalle adopts new name
    Jones Lang LaSalle, the professional services and investment management firm specializing in real estate, said it has changed its name to JLL. The JLL name and a new logo will be rolled out globally during the next two years, the Chicago-based firm...
  • Investment group buys Chicago's Regal Theater

    Investment group buys Chicago's Regal Theater
    The shuttered landmark New Regal Theater in the South Shore neighborhood has been sold to a Chicago group. Community Capital Investment, LLC bought the property for $100,000 from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. last month, according to the FDIC....
  • L.A. controller suggests merging management of two pension systems

    L.A. controller suggests merging management of two pension systems
    Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin called on pension officials Wednesday to take new steps to cut costs — possibly by merging the management of two of its three retirement systems. During the recession and in its aftermath, pension costs for...
  • Mayor's $2.5 billion budget includes property tax break, no cuts in services

    Mayor's $2.5 billion budget includes property tax break, no cuts in services
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will unveil a proposed $2.5 billion budget Wednesday that would give city workers a 2 percent raise and — for the first time since 2008 — would not cut city services, officials said. The plan includes the...