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Research Solutions Inc., a company that provides academic articles to research organizations, has submitted a symbol reservation as a first step to list its shares on the Nasdaq, the company announced Monday.
B. Riley FBR Inc. has hired Richard NeJame as senior managing director of the firm’s corporate restructuring division, the company announced Tuesday.
Anchor Loans, the hard-money lender for the house-flipping industry, has named Bill Kontgis as its chief technology officer.
$80,000 - Cost for Club Seat license at LA Rams games in 2020
Los Angeles Rams set prices for season tickets.
News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley
News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley
AEROSPACE: Deals push up drone maker’s shares before downward drift.
AeroVironment shares rise on deals.
Semtech Corp. has expanded its board to 10 people and appointed two directors to fill the new seats, the company announced Monday.
Mission Valley Bank plans to open a loan production office in Torrance and has hired a new executive to supervise the operation.
Walt Disney Co. streaming service ESPN has surpassed 1 million paying subscribers in just over five months, the company announced Thursday.
The signature of Gov. Jerry Brown on a law to decriminalize sidewalk vending prompted a response from the Valley Industry & Commerce Association on Monday.
Research sponsored by Princess Cruises in Valencia shows a growing number of U.S. workers don’t take their full complement of vacation time.
The board of Walt Disney Co. has elected Michael Froman as a new director.
Panavision Inc., Saban Capital Acquisition Corp. and Sim Video International Inc. have entered into a merger agreement to create a “global provider of end-to-end production and post-production services to the entertainment industry,” the companies announced Thursday.
The headquarters of Dole Food Co. in Westlake Village has sold to the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation for $50 million, according to brokerage CBRE Group Inc.
Princess Cruises plans to dock one of its new large ships, the Royal Princess, in Los Angeles starting in March.
B. Riley FBR, an investment bank and subsidiary of B. Riley Financial Inc. in Woodland Hills, has appointed Dawn Farrell as chief administrative officer of the firm’s investment banking unit.
HW Hunter Ram of the West Truck Center has opened its 40,000-square-foot facility in Lancaster, making it the largest Ram stand-alone dealership in the country by size.
B. Riley Financial Inc. has closed a public offering of $100 million in senior notes, the Woodland Hills company announced Tuesday.
PS Business Parks Inc. has appointed Jeffrey Hedges as chief financial officer and secretary effective Sept. 17, the company announced.
A 17-unit apartment building in Canoga Park has sold for $3.7 million, according to brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc.
The Valley Industry & Commerce Association announced disappointment that Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed SB 100, creating a law requiring 60 percent electricity in California be generated by renewable sources by 2030.
Avery Dennison Corp. has appointed Mark Barrenechea to its board, the company announced Monday.
Tix Corp.’s stock dropped nearly 10 percent Monday after the company disclosed that MGM Resorts International would not acquire the company.
Marcus & Millichap Inc. has expanded its presence in the Canadian market by acquiring McGill Commercial, a regional commercial real estate investment sales firm in Montreal, the company announced late Thursday.
The Valley Industry and Commerce Association announced successes Friday as the California Legislature ended its session for the year.
Two medical office buildings in Sherman Oaks sold to C.A. Development Operations, a Los Angeles-based investment company, for $20, according to brokerage CBRE Group Inc.
A licensed insurance agent in Glendale was arrested and charged with grand theft and insurance fraud after allegedly acting as a licensed insurance agent to steal $10,000 from a trusting client, according to the California Department of Insurance.
Salem Media Group Inc.’s radio show host Hugh Hewitt will launch Mid-Term Madness, a fantasy game allowing listeners to select who they think will win key races in the Nov. 6 elections, the company announced Wednesday.
The site for the Sycamore Drive Community Center apartment project in Simi Valley has sold to a public-private joint venture for $21 million, brokerage CBRE Group Inc. announced Tuesday.
The Valley Industry & Commerce Association praised the defeat of SB 845, a bill in Sacramento that would have created a new statewide opt-out fund for safe drinking water programs.
Agency project attracts viewers, touts clients.
Agency touts clients on YouTube series.
Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to open a new attraction called West Coast Racers next year.
Cheesecake Factory opened its newest restaurant in Lynnwood, Wash. earlier this week.
Scorpion, the online marketing agency in Valencia, has debuted a new YouTube series about its clients.
Shares of Public Storage in Glendale fell nearly 4.5 percent Tuesday after an analyst downgraded the stock to “sell” from “neutral.”
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged five Florida residents with unlawfully selling securities of Woodbridge Group of Cos., a defunct real estate firm formerly in Sherman Oaks.
41% L.A. workers who would quit their job for more money
Poll on why people want to change jobs in Los Angeles.
Tutor Perini Corp. achieved a record backlog of contracts worth $8.7 billion during the second quarter, with higher-than-expected net income and lower revenue, the company announced Tuesday.
Shares of Salem Media Group moved higher Monday after the company announced it will replace Jeff Steele, host of its Singing News Radio Network’s countdown show for Southern Gospel music, with radio personality Rodney Baucom.
Chick-fil-A opened a new restaurant Thursday at 6400 Fallbrook Ave. in West Hills.
Mission Valley Bancorp announced earnings for the first half of 2018 of $2.17 million, a slight decrease from the $2.21 million posted last year.
Online brokerage firm Rex Real Estate has expanded its offerings with a 30-day home buyback guarantee.
Three Chatsworth residents who owned or managed foreclosure rescue companies were sentenced Monday for their roles in a mortgage fraud, the Department of Justice announced.
The United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley and Region has issued a statement of support for the Westfield Promenade 2035 Project as it enters its environmental impact review phase, the organization announced Monday.
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LTC Properties Inc. has entered into a new amended unsecured credit agreement to replace its previous unsecured credit agreement from 2014, the company announced Thursday.
The board of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, or Metro, voted Thursday to build a light rail system down the center of Van Nuys Boulevard.
A pair of health-related companies in the Valley region announced they joined the Russell 3000 Index this week.