Deckers Outdoor Corp. will close its Camarillo distribution center this summer, resulting in layoffs for 99 employees.
Management at Lief Organics takes time out to assess market and industry trends.
Sera Labs Inc. has received a $5 million investment from the Canadian cannabis private equity fund ToroVerde Inc., according to the company.
Virgin Galactic and The Spaceship Co. have donated a hybrid rocket motor to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Shares of Capstone Turbine Inc. fell more than 13 percent Friday, the day after the company reported a wider net loss and a decrease in revenue for the fiscal third quarter.
National skincare products manufacturer Topix has acquired ClarityRx for an undisclosed price, the company announced Wednesday.
Calabasas-based Helmet House has promoted Spencer Lee to director of products, apparel and accessories.
Galpin Ford maintained its title of the No. 1 Ford dealership by sales volume in the world for the 29th year, parent company Galpin Motors announced Thursday.
Interlink Electronics Inc. plans to delist its stock from the Nasdaq and deregister its common stock.
Stratolaunch is ending it development of a new line of launch vehicles that includes a space plane to concentrate on the airplane it has built at the Mojave Air & Space Port.
Avery Dennison, the Glendale company known for its RFID or radio frequency identification tags, is one of three businesses to raise an additional $30 million in Series B funding for Wiliot, an Israel-based semiconductor company that is innovating a similar product.
Limoneira Co. had total revenue of $129 million last year, a record for the company.
Capstone Turbine Corp. received a third follow-on order for a microturbine from a company with natural gas operations in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Shares of Capstone Turbine Corp. jumped 27 percent Wednesday after the Van Nuys company announced it secured an order to upgrade multiple microturbines for Florida-based Benz Research & Development.
MGA Entertainment Inc.’s L.O.L. Surprise! Dolls were among Amazon.com Inc.’s top-selling toys this holiday season.