Russell Goldsmith

CEO of City National Bank and Chairman of the Los Angeles Economy and Jobs Committee

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Russell Goldsmith on KCRW

Los Angeles has lost 30,000 jobs in the past decade and 106,000 in manufacturing alone during the past 17 years.  Those are among the findings of a 26-person  committee  put together…

The Los Angeles Economy and Jobs Committee Releases its Report

Los Angeles has lost 30,000 jobs in the past decade and 106,000 in manufacturing alone during the past 17 years.  Those are among the findings of a 26-person committee put together…

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