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The stock of self-storage company Public Storage (PSA), based in Glendale, has been ranked one of the top-performers in the state over a recent five-year period according to a report released Wednesday by financial technology firm SmartAsset.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. on Tuesday received a Gold Excellence in Economic Development Award during the International Economic Development Council Annual Conference.
Two Cal Lutheran economists are among the winners of the National Association for Business Economics’ annual Outlook Award competition, the university announced Friday.
Westlake Village mortgage lender PennyMac Financial Services Inc. (PFSI) said it has opened a new call center in Issaquah, Wash., a suburb of Seattle, to expand its direct lending to consumers.
Payment processing service Applied Merchant Systems has merged with BlueSquare Resolutions, an Arizona company operating in the same space.
It’s all good news in terms of jobs, real estate and income levels for Los Angeles County – but for Ventura County, not so much.
The Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce has named Rana Ghadban its new president and chief executive, the Chamber announced Thursday.
Mission Valley Bank has promoted two executives to senior vice president positions, the financial institution announced Wednesday.
Valley Economic Development Center is partnering with the city of Los Angeles on a loan program for businesses in conjunction with the Great Streets Initiative.
Interlink Electronics improves performance, Apollo Medical narrows losses and Tix posts lower revenue from Las Vegas attraction ticket sales.
A number of Valley area companies reported earnings Thursday. While several were disappointing, American Homes 4 Rent posted the best results in its three years as a public company and Salem beat earnings expectations.
DineEquity, the Glendale-based operator of Applebee’s and IHOP restaurants, on Wednesday reported a worse-than-expected dip in revenue in the second quarter amid disappointing same-restaurant sales.
The California Board of Equalization is offering business owners affected by the Sand Fire that swept through Santa Clarita last week extensions to file their tax returns, penalty relief and replacement copies of lost or damaged records.
Ixia beat analyst expectations for the second quarter, while LTC met expectations and Tutor Perini fell short.
In what may be its final earnings report as a stand-alone company, ReachLocal on Friday announced a second-quarter net loss that was much narrower than a year ago.