NONPROFIT: Burbank group collects and repairs 1,500 bicycles for the holidays.
The Burbank Bike Angels celebrated the display of 100 restored bikes in front of Burbank City Hall on Dec 13.
2018 Book of Lists
This year’s ‘Valley Visionaries’ say our region can remain an ‘economic powerhouse’ – with some changes
DEVELOPMENT: Demand spurs plan for massive film complex.
Equipment rental company Line 204 plans large soundstage project to meet film demands.
Studio City rehearsal space starts classes for beginning hoofers.
Julz Tocker opens dance hall in Studio City to the public.
Business owners learn to visualize company organization, products.
Cal State Northridge graduate pens book on unleashing the power of the brain.
From Skid Row to brokering off-market property sales, Michael Koshet has learned how to hustle.
Off-market apartment sales broker and self-admitted hustler Michael Koshet.
Boeing invests in Gamma Alloys and its mixture of aluminum and ceramic with an eye toward using the material in aerospace manufacturing.
Gamma Alloys in Santa Clarita received funding from Boeing Co. for developing composite material using nanoparticles.
LAW: Offender pays Tikd, which then settles with the local court.
A Florida startup is making it easier for residents of Los Angeles County to pay and manage traffic tickets.
PROVIDERS: Foundation finds ambassadors to promote program in Antelope Valley.
Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster and the Triumph Foundation in Santa Clarita have partnered to offer newly paralyzed patients the support they need to transition to life after an immobilizing injury.
CONSTRUCTION: Report posits mid-rise industrial could relieve shortage.
As industrial lease rates continue to rise and parcels of vacant land become smaller and harder to find, the Los Angeles and Orange County region could eventually see an increase in the development of multistory industrial facilities, according to a report from brokerage CBRE Inc.
With a sitting president whose signature book bears the title “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” it seemed that deal-making came naturally in 2017. From the glamor of an NFL team to the grittiness of a manufacturing plant, Valley businesses had a good year for closing transactions. On these pages, the Business Journal focuses on the people who made significant deals happen. They include taking a company public, a billion-dollar high-tech buyout, an acquisition of one public company by another and a defense industry takeover.
Food: Combo of cooperatives expected to boost services.
Sunkist Growers Inc. shares management – and building – with logistics partner.
TECHNOLOGY: Digital execs see building as people pleaser.
Digital marketing firm Scorpion moves into new headquarters in Santa Clarita.
Cruise ship takes 3,200 guests from Caribbean to Pacific.
Princess Cruises takes its big ships through the widened Panama Canal.
Proximity to tragedy impacts showman’s food festival.
Woodland Hills event production firm owner impacted by Las Vegas shooting.
REAL ESTATE: Repositioned retro audio plant attracts new tenants, including Facebook.
Former audio plant is fixed up for industrial, office and retail tenants.
Historian and PR pro Marty Cooper has worked for perfectionists Walt Disney, Hugh Hefner — and himself.
Valley public relations professional Martin Cooper.
production: Flexible studio space reports bookings from repeat customers.
Crimson Production Studios in Chatsworth has been up and running since the middle of October and already has proved as popular as its owners hoped.
Malls: Concert kicks off campaign for Village at Westfield Topanga.
The Village at Westfield Topanga in Woodland Hills kicked off the holiday shopping season Nov. 18 with a special program that featured the talents of local music groups and a visit from Santa Claus.
Increasing demand and regulations have spurred a health care construction spree.
Hospitals are in a building frenzy in anticipation of more patients.