Development: In ‘N’ Out agrees to build toned down outlet in Westlake Village.
The neon red-and-yellow arrow signs that have helped make In-N-Out Burger a landmark will get a makeover when the burger chain opens at the new Shoppes at Westlake Village.
Investments: Westside banker looks beyond serious illness to advise Valley companies.
Investments: Alexander Cappello advises two Valley corporations – Cheesecake Factory and Sport Chalet.
Longtime burger chain down to last location in Los Angeles.
Restaurant: The Hamburger Hamlet chain has shrunk to its last outlet.
DineEquity Inc. announced on Monday the company has opened its first IHOP restaurant in Saudi Arabia.
Glendale Galleria store offers free live cooking demos.
Retail: If you’re not sure about that stove, a chef will try it before you buy it.
Philanthropy: Medtronic turns over $50,000 to help poor diabetic patients.
MEND – Meet Each Need with Dignity, a poverty-relief organization in Pacoima, received a $50,000 Health Access grant this month from Medtronic Philanthropy, a part of Medtronic Inc.
Restaurants: Applebee’s would be largest chain yet to put tablets at every table, with a whopping 100,000 installed nationwide.
Restaurants: Applebee’s plans to put 100,000 tablets on the table.
David Hunt is legally blind but his nose knows wine.
Wine: Vintner David Hunt sees opportunities despite being legally blind.
Retail: Westfield signs smaller stores for space once set for discounter.
Real Estate: Santa Clarita Town Center seeks tenants after Wal-Mart deal fizzles.
PizzaRev, the San Fernando Valley fast-casual pizza chain, opened a sixth location Thursday as part of a major expansion planned for the next 12 months.