Avery Dennison Corp. (AVY) on Wednesday reported first-quarter results that beat Wall Street expectations and prompted the Glendale firm to raise its guidance for the fiscal year.
National automobile service chain Tire Centers is expanding to Van Nuys with a new location, according to Hudson Commercial Partners Inc. in Studio City
Monster Digital Inc. received notice from the Nasdaq that it was out of compliance on meeting the $2.5 million stockholder equity required for listing on the market.
In a move to increase investor transparency, Capstone Turbine Corp. released selected preliminary fiscal fourth quarter financial results Monday that showed an 11 increase in revenue.
Capstone Turbine Corp. announced Wednesday the sale of 30 of its microturbines for use in various locations in the United Kingdom.
Monster Digital announced two new agreements with distributors to get its action and virtual reality cameras on store shelves in North America.
Sensor provider Interlink Electronics Inc. in Westlake Village has named John Heitzinger to the new position of director of strategic partnerships, the company announced Tuesday.
Consolidation of Aerojet Rocketdyne Inc. facilities will result in the transfer of about 100 jobs to the company’s Chatsworth location.
Real Industry Inc. has selected Kyle Ross as its chief executive, effective immediately.
Drug modeling software provider Simulations Plus Inc. on Thursday announced it has signed a distribution agreement with Korean drug developer Quantum Bio Solutions.
Simulations Plus Inc. on Wednesday announced the release of the latest version of its main software product GastroPlus.
Monster Digital Inc. has signed an agreement to distribute its digital cameras through resort wholesaler Gulf Coast Panama Jack.
Avery Dennison Inc. will supply Target Corp. with radio frequency identification tags as part of the mass retailer’s initiative to implement the technology at more than 1,600 stores.
Golden Queen Mining Co. Ltd. has named the founder of a copper producer to its board of directors.
A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. received a $10 million contract from a French space agency to provide detectors and other electronics for a mission to Jupiter launching in 2022.