People walk on the Venice boardwalk, a popular tourist destination in Venice, California November 7, 2014. Venice Beach, one of the few spots in car-choked Los Angeles with a vibrant street life, has been a cultural melting pot for more than half a century, welcoming everyone from hippies and homeless wanderers to the latest generation of tech executives. The neighborhood known for its palm trees and cool Pacific breezes has been on a winning streak in recent years, transforming from the "Slum by the Sea" into "Silicon Beach", thanks to the digital giants who have set up shop. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn - RTR4E3JE
LACERS aborts search for new PE consultant, to relaunch process
Accusations hurled at Portfolio Advisors, TorreyCove, LACERS staff in contentious July 11 meeting
LACERS to extend Portfolio Advisors contract, firm is unlikely to submit to next RFP
Los Angeles City Employees’ Retirement System pulled the plug on its 10-month search for a consultant to its $1.5 billion PE program after its July 11 board meeting fell into a rhetorical gutter. Board Member Nilza Serrano accused a finalist ...