Staff Reporter (Retail, Nonprofits)
A Teledyne Technologies Inc. subsidiary last week won an $18 million contract to build missile modules for the U.S. Navy.
Guitar Center has ‘operational flexibility’ after Chapter 11.
In December, just a month after filing to reorganize under Chapter 11, Guitar Center Inc. emerged with a balance sheet lighter by about $800 million in debt.
Former Walmart executive to open franchise in Valley.
A former Walmart de Mexico executive is bringing a new home flooring franchise to the San Fernando Valley.
Cal Lutheran grad student suggests plan for sector in Pasadena.
After nearly 10 months of disrupted sales and government-mandated lockdowns, Pasadena’s restaurant industry faces a long road to recovery.
FOOD: Unreal Deli breaks into the substitute meat business with help from investor Mark Cuban.
When Jenny Goldfarb went vegan, the New York native wanted to find a way to replicate her favorite corned beef without animal byproducts.
20 restaurants temporarily shut due to coronavirus.
Black Angus Steakhouse has temporarily shuttered more than half its restaurants across the Western U.S. due to the coronavirus and resulting business restrictions.
PROFILE: Todd Stevens, former chief executive of California Resources, looks back at his tenure.
West Point graduate and former Army officer Todd Stevens became the first chief executive of California Resources Corp. in 2015 when the company spun off from Houston-based Occidental Petroleum.
Todd Stevens, former chief executive of California Resources, looks back at his tenure.
Ventura County has sued six businesses for operating in violation of health and closure orders.
Two Valley-area insurance agents were arraigned this week on multiple counts of grand theft.