Business owners can now sign up for a COVID-19 safety compliance program through Los Angeles County, the Public Health Department said.
With the rest of the entertainment industry stalled, animation expands its footprint.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed into law three bills that will offer support for small businesses and construction projects affected by the coronavirus.
Northrop Grumman received this week a Pentagon contract to engineer and manufacture an updated intercontinental ballistic missile system.
Colliers International recently closed two multifamily deals in the San Fernando Valley — one in Van Nuys, the other in North Hollywood — for a combined price of $11 million.
College savings app UNest, based in North Hollywood, announced Wednesday it has acquired Littlefund, another money gifting and savings app.
Volkswagen Group of America Inc. is moving a test center and related operations into the new Oxnard Engineering Campus in Ventura County.
The pandemic and temporary move to virtual learning has not negatively impacted graduate program interest at California Lutheran University, a spokesperson for the college said, with enrollment remaining the same as last year at 1,225 students for the fall term.
Glendale lawyer Rudy Dekermenjian, 42, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges related to a scheme in which a bank was defrauded into processing payments for a merchant whose account had been closed by the bank’s risk department.
Walt Disney Co. and Warner Bros Entertainment have settled a copyright lawsuit with a company that has a technology for editing out undesired content from movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Simi Valley Planning Commission has approved phase I of the 184-home Lost Canyons project, according to city records.
A Calabasas law firm has changed its name to Oberg Law Group, thanks to the addition of Madison Oberg as partner.
Chambers of commerce are now eligible to apply for grants through the Los Angeles Regional COVID-19 Recovery Fund.
A 16-unit apartment property in North Hollywood has sold for $3.5 million, or $218,750 per unit.
Three Santa Clarita Valley residents have been charged in federal court on allegations of embezzling $1.7 million from a company in a scheme involving diversity recruitment and hiring.
BYD Motors Inc. announced this week its participation in a statewide contract to allow U.S. transit agencies to leverage California’s purchasing contract to buy its battery-electric motor coaches.
Longtime Westcord Commercial Group real estate broker Dennis “Denny” Bloom died Aug. 19, according to the company.
Cinedigm Corp. has signed an agreement with Atmosphere, a streaming service for businesses, to distribute the Bob Ross Channel.
Semtech has supplied its long-range, low-power technology to two Australian companies to deploy in avocado plantations.