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Miguel Angel Juárez has been named president and executive director of Golden State Certified Development Corp., the nonprofit announced Friday.
L.A. County’s economy chugged along at nearly full employment in February as the unemployment rate fell to 4.8 percent and employers added 33,000 jobs to their payrolls, state figures released Friday show.
Insurance brokerage Answer Financial has formed a partnership with online loan company LendingTree to provide its insurance comparison platform.
The former manager of a Wells Fargo Bank in Glendale was convicted Friday of money laundering and false bank entry charges in connection with a trademark scam.
Roundup of quarterly reports from Valley companies.
The two Wells Fargo regional presidents serving the greater San Fernando Valley area have left the bank, according to media reports.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate dipped back below 5 percent in January despite the usual seasonal loss in payroll jobs, according to state figures released Friday.
California Credit Union will merge effective Wednesday with North Island Credit Union to serve Los Angeles and San Diego counties.
Investment bank B. Riley & Co., a subsidiary of B. Riley Financial Inc. of Woodland Hills, on Tuesday announced the closing of a refinancing transaction for Gibson Brands Inc.
BlackLine Inc. generated revenues of nearly $124 million in 2016, the company announced Friday in its first quarterly and full-year report as a public company.
B. Riley Financial announced Tuesday it will merge with FBR & Co in a $160 million transaction.
Stocks rallied more than 11 percent Friday on the fourth-quarter earnings PennyMac Financial Services Inc. reported late Thursday.
RETAIL: Business model abuzz as economy strengthens.
Ventura County’s economy will grow little in the next year or two, compared to the neighboring L.A. County, and that’s despite positive impacts anticipated to come from the Trump administration, according to experts at the 2017 Entrepreneur Economic Forecast Conference.
Investment bank B. Riley & Co. is the sole underwriter in a secondary offering of 2.85 million shares of stock in Palo Alto-based communications company Ooma Inc.