Film Flight: Lost Production and Its Economic Impact on California

July 22, 2010 Publisher: Milken Institute By: Kevin Klowden, Anusuya Chatterjee, and Candice Flor Hynek Hollywood may be synonymous with the entertainment industry, but there’s no denying that California is an expensive place to live and do business. Movie projects can move — and when they do, they take with…

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Export Nation: How U.S. Metros Lead National Export

By Emilia Istrate, Jonathan Rothwell, and Bruce Katz www.brookings.edu/metro : The Brookings Institute states that the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. will provide the best opportunity for our nation’s economic growth and job creation through exports. Brookings states that in order to reach our export potential public and…

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Business, Labor Work Together to Land L.A. Jobs

Los Angeles Business Journal – Monday, May 03, 2010 The recession has hit Los Angeles so hard that business and labor leaders in Los Angeles County- usually on opposite sides of the fence – have teamed up as part of a new alliance to boost job creation and promote the…

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L.A. Coalition Names New Executive Director

April 28, 2010 – The Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs today announced that former Boeing Company executive Michael Kelly has been named to serve as its executive director. [The News Article – PDF]

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LA Already Has A Blue Print

L.A. Times Opinion Edition – February 7, 2010 “Now is the time for public officials in Los Angeles to take the Los Angeles Economy & Jobs blueprint for economic growth off the shelf and put its recommendations into action.” [The News Article – PDF]

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