Los Angeles Pierce College in Woodland Hills has chosen Alexis Montevirgen as its next president.
Jet Edge International has created a new division focused on aircraft sales and appointed Kevin White, a veteran aviation professional, as its president.
Endonovo Therapeutics and Jacksonville-based Veterans Healthcare Supply Solutions have entered into a long-term agreement to distribute SofPulse devices to Veterans Administration facilities and the Department of Defense Healthcare facilities.
The Valley Economic Alliance will recognize San Fernando Valley schools, students and staff for their national achievements in education at the organization’s board of governors meeting on Tuesday.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center has appointed Reshea Holman as chief nurse executive officer.
Talaria – a for-rent housing, office and retail project in Burbank – has officially opened after nearly two decades in the making by developer Cusumano Real Estate Group.
Moulton Logistics Management Inc. has renewed leases for 255,404 square feet of industrial space at two adjacent properties in Van Nuys, according brokerage firm CBRE Group.
Despite the threat of inclement weather, Greater Conejo Chamber of Commerce smoothly hosted MIXPO, an outdoor business expo-plus event held at Los Robles Greens in Thousand Oaks Wednesday, improving on the previous year’s Mega-Mix business expo in terms of scope and attendance.
Los Angeles-based Mercy Housing has submitted a proposal to redevelop the site of a 1940s triplex at 14534 Burbank Blvd. into a 55-unit apartment building earmarked as affordable housing for low-income seniors, according to an Urbanize.LA report.
A Los Angeles Times story on Friday confirmed what has long been rumored: The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Westfield Group wanted to bring a minor league baseball team to the San Fernando Valley only to have that notion quashed by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Plans to raze Studio City’s iconic Sportsmen’s Lodge event center and build an upscale outdoor shopping mall on the property are officially underway after years of strained negotiations and ownership changes.
The city of Calabasas on Thursday celebrated the arrival of new mayor David Shapiro with its annual Mayoral Luncheon that doubled as a state of the city event.
Human resources technology company CareerArc has expanded its leadership team with several new hires.
Seven Lakes Technologies, a Westlake Village developer of software products for the oil and gas industry, announced the opening of an office in Midland, Texas.
Anthem Inc. has laid off information technology professionals nationally with at least some of the affected employees in the Valley area, according to Kenn Phillips, the chief executive of the Valley Economic Alliance.
A high-profile bill that would have allowed increased home building near mass transit stations and in single-family neighborhoods across California was defeated on Thursday.
Walt Disney Co. has started layoffs at its studio operations and those of 20th Century Fox, according to media reports.
The Third Annual Los Angeles Times Food Bowl is currently underway throughout May. Several San Fernando Valley eateries have been brought into the fold to participate.
A coalition of business owners and independent contractors in the Valley area, Pasadena and Burbank held a press conference this morning urging legislators to amend the Dynamex court decision.