MGA Entertainment Inc. opened its new headquarters Thursday with a ribbon-cutting and groundbreaking.
Burbank’s Gain Federal Credit Union and Robert Hall & Sons Heating and Air Conditioning in Glendale will donate school supplies for a back-to-school benefit concert Saturday.
Ventura County Credit Union plans to merge with Pasadena-based L.A. Financial Credit Union, creating an institution with $1.3 billion in assets and serving 120,000 members.
The Crescent, a proposed development that would put 106 residential apartments at the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Arch Drive in Studio City, has gone before Studio City Neighborhood Council's Land Use Committee.
Brad Nathanson has been named senior managing director at Calabasas-based Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap Inc.
Capstone Turbine Corp. has been certified to the United Kingdom Energy Networks Association G99 grid connection standard.
oodland Hills software company Feedonomics has been selected by Inc. magazine as a top 100 firm on its 2019 Inc. 5000 list.
The stock market had its worst day of the year on Wednesday after the bond market gave warning signs of a potential recession.
CBRE Group Inc. has arranged a $12 million refinance for a 143,973-square-foot industrial site in Moorpark.
Entertainment Partners, a payroll and software company for the entertainment industry, plans to permanently lay off 82 employees by the end of September.
Interlink Electronics Inc. reported a decrease in earnings and revenue for the second quarter.
The 100-unit Branford Villas apartment complex in Pacoima has sold for $23.5 million.
Northeast Valley Health Corp. has opened a women’s health care clinic in Pacoima, as an extension of the company’s Pacoima Health Center.
Kaiser Permanente workers in California have voted to strike beginning in October, according to a statement from the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions.
Wesco Aircraft Holdings Inc. announced Friday that it is being acquired by private equity firm Platinum Equity in a deal valued at $1.9 billion.
The San Fernando Valley Business Journal held its annual Trusted Advisors Awards Thursday evening, honoring the Valley area’s top achievers in the areas of legal counsel, banking, accounting, insurance and wealth management.
Robert Shapiro, the former chief executive of Sherman Oaks-based Woodbridge Group of Cos., pleaded guilty this week to conspiracy and tax evasion charges related to his orchestration of a $1.3 billion Ponzi scheme in which over 7,000 investors suffered losses, according to authorities.