Lamps Plus Inc. on Tuesday launched a Canadian version of its ecommerce website, the company’s first dedicated platform for a foreign customer base.
Sherman Oaks apartment developer and manager IMT Residential has sold off several local apartment complexes as part of an 11-property portfolio, according to CoStar Group Inc.
Cherokee Inc. has received a letter from the Nasdaq Stock Market citing noncompliance because the company did not submit a quarterly report by the required time.
Avery Dennison Corp. on Monday completed its acquisition of Yongle Tape Co., a Chinese manufacturer of cable harnessing and insulation tapes for automakers. The transaction had been announced Feb. 6.
Lancaster has paired up with a German company to provide electric vehicle charging stations at the base of five streetlights in the downtown area.
The San Fernando Valley Business Journal has won the top award from a national association of business news publications.
Second Sight Medical Products Inc. on Monday announced that Chief Financial Officer Thomas Miller will resign.
Two local Carl’s Jr.’s restaurants are among seven that have been told by Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and the city’s Office of Wage Standards that they must pay $1.45 million to the city and restaurant workers for allegedly not paying minimum wage, or face further potential action.
ACQUISITION: Label maker buys wound and skincare company.
Label maker Avery Dennison buys a medical film and adhesive company.
TECHNOLOGY: Officials reject proposals for citywide wireless.
L.A. wants omnipresent internet. What’s getting in the way?
Earth Island plans to highlight clean appeal in marketing.
Vegan food manufacturer finds savings with zero waste goal.
Resource for vets attracts 1.4 million monthly pageviews.
Jobs website for veterans proves success for founder.
EPA mandate prompts switch to eco-friendly air conditioning agent.
Interest rises in Westlake Village business’ eco-friendly coolant after global accord bans standard refrigerant.
REAL ESTATE: Investors eager to buy buildings with appeal for show business tenants.
Burbank-NoHo media and entertainment companies are driving sky high price gains for investors.
RESTAURANTS: Shares drop nearly 10 percent after company lowers guidance.
Weather impacts Cheesecake Factory’s sales and share price.
HOSPITALS: Parents can peek at preemies and bond through online app.
The equivalent of a nanny cam is now available for babies in the neonatal intensive care unit at Glendale Adventist Medical Center.
INVESTMENT: $77 million will expand subscription meal firm’s geographic footprint.
Less than a week after announcing plans to restructure its U.S. candy business, Nestle USA made another move that could be interpreted as an attempt to give its brand a more nutritious image.
How Todd Stevens navigated California Resources through a downturn in petroleum prices.
Todd Stevens, chief executive, California Resources Corp., on how he has kept the energy producer afloat – so far – during oil’s slippery slide.