USC President C. L. Max Nikias calls for swift action as the race for biotech investment accelerates.
The popular repair shop for shoes, watches and more prepares to open its new space in an old location.
The residential-retail project, on track to open in August, means plenty of jobs with the university as well as the new stores and restaurants.
Entrepreneurial USC alum builds his business around style and simplicity, gearing it toward Trojans as a gathering place.
Report comes as the university nears the opening of USC Village, the largest economic development project in the history of South Los Angeles.
Attendees line up around the block for Wednesday’s job fair, and more than 1,000 resumes were submitted beforehand.
Given second chances, the workers leave trouble behind and look forward to productive careers.
Ken Mulvey builds a thriving company with lessons learned from USC’s Bridges to Business Success Program.
Trojans consult for the Chamber of Commerce, L.A. Unified School District and the mayor’s office.
Construction crews have worked more than 1 million combined hours on the massive development.