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Salem Media Group Inc. will launch a contemporary urban gospel radio station in St. Louis, the company announced Monday.
The organization Consumer Watchdog has issued a statement asking if Gov. Jerry Brown should sign a bill that would benefit the Newhall Ranch project in Santa Clarita since Brown’s sister sits on the development company’s board.
KCETLink Media Group, the independent television network in Burbank, has outsourced its broadcast origination operations and production facilities, the company announced Thursday.
An upgrade from Oppenheimer has pushed the stock of Capstone Turbine Corp. to its highest price in nearly a year.
Simulations Plus Inc. released preliminary results for its fiscal fourth quarter and fiscal 2017, saying that it’s the last time it will release results prior to officially filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Investment bank FBR Capital Markets & Co. has hired four analysts to cover the health care, pharmaceutical, medical devices and diagnostics industries.
AEROSPACE: Both defense contractors boast a strong Valley presence.
Northrop Grumman’s stock soars from Orbital ATK purchase.
2 Million New cars & trucks sold in California this year
Sales of new cars dip in California while trucks climb.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a $1 million settlement with CalMat Corp. that requires the North Hollywood company to design extraction wells and a treatment system to clean groundwater contamination caused by its former site.
Thousand Oaks is encouraging residents and businesses to oppose a water rate hike proposed by California American Water.
American Homes 4 Rent has completed its initial assessment on the impact of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Hurricane Irma in Florida, and estimates the storms will cost the company $10 million.
Amgen Inc. does not anticipate interruptions in its drug supply caused by Hurricane Maria and affirmed its guidance for the year, the company announced Monday.
The number of home and condo sales in the San Fernando Valley spiked higher during the month of August, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported today.
CyberCoders, an information technology recruiting agency, has released results of a data analysis from more than 1 million jobseekers to determine the most in-demand jobs in the IT, construction and accounting sectors.
60 Cents: Median income for L.A. saleswomen for every $1 in men’s income
Pay gaps? L.A. women wage earners versus men.
BIOTECH: Cost savings, access to talent cited a reasons for move to Westlake Village.
MannKind’s cost-saving move pushes up stock price.
Provision Holding, Inc. has hired Mark Leonard as its chief executive.
PS Business Parks Inc.’s three properties in Florida had no electrical power but were open and operating late Monday, according to the company.
PSI Services has signed an agreement with Amazon.com Inc. to administer certification tests for technical expertise using Amazon Web Services.
AeroVironment Inc. has released of a new, long-range tracking antenna for its Puma drone system.
Auction house Profiles in History will sell Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio and the late movie star’s family ranch on Oct. 7-9, the company announced Monday.
Limoneira Co. announced lower third-quarter profits Monday which nonetheless met analyst expectations and sent the stock up more than 6 percent.
NetSol Technologies Inc. has appointed former Toyota Leasing executive Henry Tolentino and former BMW executive Georg Bauer to its advisory board, the company announced Thursday.
Burbank executive asks ITC to hike duties on imported panels.
Burbank solar executive tells the ITC why he favors raising tariffs on imported solar panels.
Edward Harner’s decision to testify last month before the International Trade Commission was, he concedes, “a little bit risky.”
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill + Bar has hired Stephen Bulgarelli as chief culinary officer, the company announced Tuesday.
Walt Disney Co.’s board of directors has elected Mary T. Barra, chief executive of General Motors Co., to join the board immediately, the company announced Thursday.
B. Riley Financial served as an advisor for Luna Innovations Inc.’s sale of its high-speed optical receivers business, the company announced Tuesday.
Atara Biotherapeutics Inc. announced Tuesday the hiring of Dr. Kanya Rajangam as senior vice president and chief medical officer.
HemaCare Corp. announced Monday a 50 percent increase in revenue and a swing from losses to profits during the first six month of the year.
36th: Los Angeles’ ranking for stress
Where L.A. ranks in the most-stressful cities list.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada-Flintridge has developed an app so people can preview Monday’s solar eclipse, the aerospace research and development facility announced Thursday.
Apollo Medical revenue grows 236 percent, ImmunoCellular trims losses.
Aeroplex/Aerolease Group announced Monday the first solar power project at Van Nuys Airport.
Viking Cruises has expanded its portfolio of marketing partnerships with the announcement of three new agreements with cultural institutions.
LTC Properties reports profitable quarter, Capstone Turbine has a loss.
Tutor Perini Corp. announced quarterly results Monday that exceeded Wall Street expectations on net income but fell short on revenue.
Salem Media income falls, B. Riley revenue triples and MannKind posts another loss.
Motley Crue member, NoHo designer donate items for sale.
Police and artists come together for a fundraiser.
The United States has joined a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles and the defunct Community Redevelopment Agency alleging that they fraudulently obtained housing grants, according to the Department of Justice.
Los Angeles will be the host city of the 2028 Summer Olympics, a post on the International Olympic Committee website announced Monday.
On Assignment Inc. increased its earnings and revenue in the second quarter but still fell short of analyst expectations.
California Resources Corp. stock rose more than 14 percent Tuesday, spurred by higher oil prices and lower U.S. reserves.
MGA Entertainment Inc. has unveiled a new toy line called Awesome Little Green Men.
Valley region businesses sold in April
April was a hot time for trading of Valley businesses.
Rand Medical Building in Simi Valley has sold for $2.9 million, according to commercial brokerage Marcus & Millichap in Calabasas.
Storm Properties has sold a development project for 58 houses in Van Nuys to KB Home, the company announced Thursday. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Theodore W. Tozer, the former president of the Government National Mortgage Association or Ginnie Mae, will join the board of PennyMac Financial Services Inc., the company announced Wednesday.