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May 11, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The clubby world of Los Angeles' commercial real estate brokers has been hit by a wave of high-level employee defections and at least one lawsuit as an industrywide shakeout promises even more changes. Much of the recent upheaval has been triggered by the arrival of New York-based real estate brokerage giant Insignia/ESG. It wasted little time hiring away top rival brokers with signing bonuses--unheard of in local real estate circles--that in some cases exceeded $1 million.
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January 23, 2001
Insignia/ESG has opened a South Bay office with the hiring of Cushman & Wakefield brokers James Jandro, Brian Polkinghorne and Michael Harry. Insignia has established the office and hired the brokers, all specialists in the South Bay region, because "we perceive a significant, ongoing trend of major Westside commercial tenants migrating southward into South Bay properties," said Robert K. Shibuya, executive managing director of Insignia/ESG's western region.
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BUSINESS
January 23, 2001
Insignia/ESG has opened a South Bay office with the hiring of Cushman & Wakefield brokers James Jandro, Brian Polkinghorne and Michael Harry. Insignia has established the office and hired the brokers, all specialists in the South Bay region, because "we perceive a significant, ongoing trend of major Westside commercial tenants migrating southward into South Bay properties," said Robert K. Shibuya, executive managing director of Insignia/ESG's western region.
BUSINESS
May 11, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The clubby world of Los Angeles' commercial real estate brokers has been hit by a wave of high-level employee defections and at least one lawsuit as an industrywide shakeout promises even more changes. Much of the recent upheaval has been triggered by the arrival of New York-based real estate brokerage giant Insignia/ESG. It wasted little time hiring away top rival brokers with signing bonuses--unheard of in local real estate circles--that in some cases exceeded $1 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1998 | HARRISON SHEPPARD and JAMES MEIER
Insignia/ESG, an Irvine-based commercial real estate company that promotes community volunteer work, recently raised more than $27,000 for Goodwill Industries at Knott's Berry Farm. The company's west division surprised itself by exceeding a $17,000 goal when more than 150 of its employees and their families and friends finished first among 36 companies in Knott's Walk 'N' Roll event. Overall, the event raised about $60,500.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1998 | HARRISON SHEPPARD and JAMES MEIER
Insignia/ESG, an Irvine-based commercial real estate company that promotes community volunteer work, recently raised more than $27,000 for Goodwill Industries at Knott's Berry Farm. The company's west division surprised itself by exceeding a $17,000 goal when more than 150 of its employees and their families and friends finished first among 36 companies in Knott's Walk 'N' Roll event. Overall, the event raised about $60,500.
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