East L.A. Community Corp., in collaboration with New Directions for Veterans, YM Architects and Westport Construction, has begun building the $34.5 million Sun Valley Senior Veterans Apartments.
Princess Cruises has partnered with the makers of Monopoly-themed slot machines to host tournaments on hundreds of cruises this year, the Santa Clarita-based company announced Friday.
Valley Industry and Commerce Association President Stuart Waldman has joined business leaders in Sacramento to oppose a state proposition that could pave the way for stronger rent control laws in cities throughout California.
MannKind Corp. in Westlake Village has issued 7.3 million shares to creditor Deerfield to pay down $7 million in debt, according to Securities and Exchange documents filed Friday.
The local inflation rate dipped to 4 percent year-over-year in June as gas and food prices slipped slightly in recent weeks, according to federal data released July 12.
Waste Management of Antelope Valley and Agromin are partnering to fix the turf at Lancaster’s Gilly National Soccer Center.
Avery Dennison Corp. will discontinue its pension plan effective Sept. 28, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing by the company.
Cure Pharmaceutical in Oxnard announced Wednesday that it has signed a term agreement for the acquisition of the non-pain assets of Therapix Biosciences Ltd., a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company that is developing cannabinoid-based medications.
HFF Orange County has sold Mountaingate Plaza, a 281,240-square-foot Simi Valley shopping center, for $51.1 million, according to a source close to the company.
Walt Disney Co. will air video game competitions on ESPN and Disney XD starting this month after signing a multi-year agreement with Blizzard Entertainment Inc.
B. Riley Financial Inc. has made new appointments to key executive positions including co-chief executive, the Woodland Hills financial services firm has announced.
Simulations Plus Inc. reported on Tuesday profits of $2.4 million for its third fiscal quarter.
Warner Bros. Entertainment is proposing a $100 million aerial tram to take visitors to the Hollywood sign in Griffith Park.
Santa Clarita Valley is one step closer to having its own amphitheater.
NetSol Technologies Inc. signed an agreement to provide its software to a leading Asian auto captive finance company.
The United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley and Region has issued a statement of support for the Westfield Promenade 2035 Project as it enters its environmental impact review phase, the organization announced Monday.
The Glendale-based restaurant announced Monday on Twitter that it has changed its name back to IHOP.
MBK Senior Living has acquired nine senior housing communities totaling 1,174 units in a $382 million deal with West Partners.
Oakmont Senior Living’s plans for a two-story assisted living and memory care center is heading to the Moorpark City Council for final approval in August.