Westfield’s Promenade 2035 project has passed an important milestone after a unanimous vote during its entitlements hearing with the Los Angeles City Planning Commission.
Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. will lay off 175 salaried employees, or 20 percent of its 877-person workforce, as the coronavirus outbreak ripples through the commercial real estate industry.
For the sixth consecutive year, Woodbury University in Burbank has been recognized as a “College of Distinction.”
Westfield Topanga & The Village in Woodland Hills and Westfield Valencia in the Santa Clarita Valley will reopen June 3.
Lancaster biotech Simulations Plus has won a $400,000 grant as part of a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the company said in a statement Thursday.
Semtech Corp. beat Wall Street expectations on adjusted earnings and revenue in the fiscal first quarter.
Short-form video distributor Loop Media Inc. has signed a partnership agreement with Drone TV, a streaming channel for aerial videos from around the world.
A new waste-to-energy technology, looking to set up shop at some landfill site in Los Angeles, has gotten a letter of support from Los Angeles County.
SecureSpace Self Storage has announced the grand opening of a new self storage facility in Camarillo.
ServiceTitan, the software developer for contractors, has acquired Pointman, a similar company that allow contractors to access data in the field using a mobile device.
Gov. Gavin Newsom announced an amended Safer at Home Order for the state, giving non-essential office-based businesses the green light to reopen, as well as retail establishments for in-person shopping and places of worship.
The Terasaki Institute, a Los Angeles biotech nonprofit, plans to transform the former Weider Health and Fitness Center into a biomedical research and development facility.
A 96-unit apartment building in Van Nuys has sold for just over $19.3 million, or $200,337 a unit.
Antelope Valley Hospital received a $500,000 grant from aerospace giant Lockheed Martin to obtain personal protective equipment, according to a statement from the hospital.
Endonovo Therapeutics Inc. has arranged an equity purchase agreement with Cavalry Fund I, under which Endonovo will sell up to $10 million in shares during the next 24 months.
Amazon.com Inc. is ready for a major Santa Clarita Valley presence.
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer has filed a civil complaint against a Chatsworth pot shop after an 18-year-old customer was shot and killed on site.
While most businesses have focused solely on surviving COVID-19, insurance brokerage Poms & Associates has launched a rebranding campaign.