Recently on Business Update with Mark Lacter

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The housing market sets in for a soft landing, people in the 310 area code will soon be doing more dialing and billionaire computer magnate Michael Dell goes shopping in Santa Monica.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A look at LA Mayor Villaraigosa's record on business, the announcement about the Ralphs settlement left out some important details and another Hollywood landmark could soon disappear.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Univision's board approves the sale of the Spanish-language broadcaster to a group of investors, including media mogul Haim Saban; and some of LA's richest pledge their money to charities.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The Chandler family -- billionaire former owners of The Los Angeles Times and now major Tribune investors -- want the company to sell the paper, and several big names sound interested. Real estate giant Douglas Emmett, based in Santa Monica, may be planning an IPO. There may be a glimmer of hope from Capitol Hill for Boeing -- and its 6,500 workers in Long Beach who build the C-17 cargo plane.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

Home availability is going up along with prices, the gubernatorial candidates have very different business agendas, and a maker of premium jeans may go private.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A Dubai company buys a Newport Beach-based home builder; a group says fewer TV pilots are being filmed in LA and Universal Studios gets a makeover.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

A trio of local CEOs is taking home nine-figure incomes; packed buildings means higher parking rates in L.A.; and professional lacrosse is hoping to find success in the Southland.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The LA County economy is slowing down, but it's not clear how much; a Camarillo company is under investigation for allegedly backdating stock option grants and the LA Area Chamber of Commerce has a new leader.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

The LA Business Journal releases its list of the wealthiest Angelenos; LA County may have more poor residents than it was originally thought; and it's beginning to look like Christmas at the Ports of LA and Long Beach.

Business Update with Mark Lacter

LA County home prices continue their upward trend, the owners of Golden West Bank ride the real estate boom before cashing out and the video game industry holds its annual convention in LA.