Mary Catherine Holcomb
Mary Catherine Holcomb covers advertising, biotechnology, real estate, law and technology. She joined the company in April 2011.
Holcomb previously worked as a writer for the Los Angeles Clippers. Before that, she was a reporter for The Daily Review and a freelance television reporter for KWBJ News in Morgan City, La.
She has a bachelor’s of arts degree in mass communications – broadcast journalism from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, La.
COMPLEX: Out-of-state provides new opportunities, challenges for the developer.
Local companies lead tribal project in South Dakota.
Media: Video game developer launches new division aimed at emerging market for children.
Trilogy Studios launches interactive storybooks.
food: DineEquity Inc. has plans to open 40 IHOP locations in nine countries over five years.
IHOP restaurants expand to the Middle East.
Nathaniel Victor was a high school student when he started his business selling electronics. He’s turned it into a $40 million operation.
Nathaniel Victor is a 28-year-old founder of Sonic Electronix
Technology: Firms face tough business environment.
LIST STORY: Firms face challenges and growth. Includes the 2011 SFV'S LARGEST IT CONSULTING FIRMS list for download (pdf)
Internet: No. 1 company grew by diversifying business.
LIST STORY: Recent purchases helped United Online reach the top spot in this year’s largest internet-based firms list. Includes the 2011 SFV's LARGEST COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT FIRMS list for download (pdf)
Growth: Beverly Hills firm employs more than 700 realtors in the San Fernando Valley area.
Residential real estate firm Rodeo Realty continues to grow
Occupancy: KCET joining Outlook Amusements and DC Comics in media district tower.
Real Estate: The Pointe, office tower in Burbank, attracts KCET-TV.
Develop: Ground-up retail will keep pace with portfolio.
GROWTH: NewMark Merrill Companies launches development group.
Health Care Providers Make Vital Changes for Future
Medical facility devleopments are good investments as they provide more stable tenants.