Attorney Lisa Bloom discusses cases involving Harvey Weinstein and Bill O'Reilly in an exclusive interview.
The California Business and Industrial Alliance appeared yesterday in Orange County Superior Court to defend its challenges to the Private Attorneys General Act, or PAGA, a law which encourages employees to file lawsuits to receive monetary awards if they find businesses in violation of the state’s labor code.
Wells Fargo Bank has announced leadership changes to the Los Angeles area’s newly integrated commercial banking division, including naming Stender Sweeney as division executive.
A developer has proposed new uses for an obsolete school in Newbury Park while preserving the historic value of the buildings, which date back nearly a century.
Alltemp Inc., a refrigerant tech company in Westlake Village, announced on Thursday its newest product to provide energy savings to customers.
GeoLinks has been formally approved to receive funding for the buildout of internet connections in rural California and Nevada.
Renee Washington has been appointed as the vice president of news at NBC4.
Dana Point-based Raintree Partners purchased seven multifamily properties in Glendale for $79 million.
Nearly half of patients involved in a study for Amgen Inc.’s BiTE drug, an experimental cancer treatment, experienced adverse effects, according to data released Wednesday from its phase 1 study for myeloma.
California American Water has acquired Rio Plaza Water Co., located in Ventura County, for an undisclosed amount.
Teledyne Technologies Inc. will acquire the gas and flame-detection business of 3M Co. for $230 million in cash.
US Nuclear Corp. has named Richard Landry as its chief operating officer, director of investor relations and business development consultant.
The chief of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association was pleased with the outcome of Tuesday’s vote on a ballot measure for parcel tax to raise money for the Los Angeles Unified School District. VICA opposed the proposal, which was defeated.
Philanthropic nonprofit Children to Love is hosting a charity event next week to support children and orphans in the Ugandan town of Wakiso.
Trojan Storage, a Los Angeles-based self-storage company, has purchased a site in Glendale to build a new storage facility.
The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks board of directors has named Len Linton, president of Guardian Insurance Services, as the nonprofit’s new chairman.
Stratolaunch, the company in Mojave that built the world’s largest aircraft to launch rockets into space, will cease operations, according to media reports.
A major affordable housing mixed-use project will go before Panorama City Neighborhood Council's Land Use Committee this month.
The board of directors of NetSol Technologies Inc. has approved a $5 million stock repurchase to take place over the next 12 months, send the company’s share price up by double digits.