California Resources Corp. reported mixed second-quarter results, falling short of analysts’ expectations on a widened net loss while surpassing them on revenue.
Southern California Gas Co. has resumed limited operations at its Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility in Porter Ranch, the site of a massive methane leak in 2015 that forced more than 8,000 residents from their homes.
The board of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority awarded a contract Thursday to BYD Motors Inc. to build 60 all-electric buses at its factory in Lancaster.
California Resources Corp. stock rose more than 14 percent Tuesday, spurred by higher oil prices and lower U.S. reserves.
Squar Milner LLP announced Tuesday its acquisition of Sobelman Cohen Moss & Associates in Woodland Hills.
The U.S. arm of Nestle has acquired a minority stake in Freshly Inc., a subscription meal service startup in New York.
Nestle is considering a sale of its U.S. candy business, the Swiss-based conglomerate with U.S. headquarters in Glendale announced Thursday.
The Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics at California State University – Channel Islands in Camarillo has received national accreditation from an independent organization.
The Palmdale Inn has been placed under the control of a receiver following a ruling by the Los Angeles Superior Court, officials announced late Monday afternoon.
B. Riley Financial Inc. announced Thursday that it will acquire Memphis, Tenn.-based Wunderlich Securities in a deal valued at $67 million.
The owners of a Sun Valley scrap metal recycler have been charged by the Los Angeles City Attorney for allegedly failing to properly store and dispose of hazardous waste.
BlackLine Inc. beat Wall Street estimates on earnings and revenue in the first quarter, even though the company lost money.
On Assignment released first-quarter results that sent its stock up 8.5 percent Thursday.
Dole Food Co. Inc. filed on Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission to sell shares of its common stock to the public.
California Resources Corp., the state’s largest oil and gas producer, has announced a second partnership to develop its existing oil and gas wells in the state.