OPENING: Upscale eyeglass and sunglass shop features original mural.
Warby Parker opened its sixth location in Los Angeles on Jan 27.
Chatsworth nonprofit specializes in rescue of cuddly guinea pigs.
A one-of-a-kind guinea pig rescue in Chatsworth.
NetSol Technologies Inc. on Tuesday reported profits equal to 6 cents a share – well up from last year’s loss equal to -20 cents a share – for the fiscal second quarter that ended Dec. 31.
Dallas-based Hall Structured Finance announced on Tuesday the company will finance the construction of the Aloft hotel in Glendale for $17.6 million.
Princess Cruises on Monday announced a Culinary Cruise that will leave Los Angeles and focus on Mexican cuisine.
B. Riley FBR Inc. on Wednesday announced it acted as the sole placement agent for Infinity Bank in its $33 million equity capital raise. The transaction closed on Feb 1.
HEALTH: PR exec Anthony Tartaglia wants more publicity for provider.
Valley Presbyterian Hospital Foundation has appointed Anthony Tartaglia as chairman of the board.
Renovations can expand target markets and raise rates.
Hotel remodels in the greater Valley area.
ENTERTAINMENT: Canyon adapts to family-friendly market.
Concert promoter opens new venue in Santa Clarita.
Owner of Canyon in Agoura Hills tweaks marketing tactics for new Santa Clarita venue.
LTC Properties Inc. on Thursday announced a $10 million joint venture with an affiliate of Affinity Living Group.
ECS Federal LLC announced Wednesday that it has signed a final agreement to be acquired by On Assignment Inc. for $775 million. On Assignment’s stock surged after the announcement.
Avery Dennison Corp. on Wednesday announced fourth quarter adjusted earnings of $1.33 a share, beating expectations by 8 cents. The stock went up after the announcement.
California Lutheran University’s Center for Entrepreneurship has received a $300,000 donation from a Camarillo couple, the university announced Monday.
Advantage Media Services Inc. announced Thursday the company has received certification from Los Angeles County as a Social Enterprise.
Toys R Us announced that it will close 182 stores nationwide as part of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy plan.
Providence Tarzana Medical Center received a $4 million donation from Allison Clago, a member of the hospital’s board of governors, in a signing ceremony on Wednesday at the Providence Tarzana Foundation office.
Avery Dennison Corp. has added two new label materials to its wine and spirits portfolio, the company announced Tuesday.
Travel: Cruise company launches 141-day world tour.
Viking launches a new ship for a round-the-world route with a stop in Los Angeles.
LIST: Specialized curricula, extra programs spur enrollment growth.
Private high schools use specialized programs to compete for students in the Valley.
Construction: $400 million project will bring H&M, ice rink to consumers.
The former Ikea site in Burbank will be redeveloped to feature both retail and residential space, the City of Burbank Planning Division announced Jan 5.
John Brauer brings a career of service — and business expertise — to New Horzons.
Q&A: John Bauer, the new head of New Horizons, talks about his career in nonprofits and work with the developmentally disabled.
Amgen Inc. and partner Allergan plc announced Thursday they were given marketing authorization by the European Commission for the drug Mvasi to treat certain types of cancers.
Cinedigm Corp. has made a deal with Insurrection Entertainment to distribute the independent production house’s content in North America, the company announced on Wednesday.
The Valley Economic Alliance has announced its annual job fair for veterans will be held at the Los Angeles Valley College on Feb. 15.
Payscout Inc. has performed the first frictionless donation in virtual reality, the company announced Tuesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
B. Riley FBR Inc. has appointed Mark J. Grant as managing director and chief global strategist, the company announced Monday.
LIST: Business model’s advantages help Valley franchisers expand outlets.
Franchise companies find room to grow in and out of the Valley.
Market research led firm to open its first eating disorder facility for teen girls in Agoura Hills.
Eating disorder clinic opens to treat teenage girls.
NONPROFIT: Burbank group collects and repairs 1,500 bicycles for the holidays.
The Burbank Bike Angels celebrated the display of 100 restored bikes in front of Burbank City Hall on Dec 13.
Cinedigm Corp. announced today that on Dec. 29 the Sherman Oaks based entertainment company secured a $10 million loan from Bison Entertainment and Media Group.
Owners of the Burbank Town Center announced Friday plans to convert the former IKEA store location into retail space and residential units in a $350 million construction project.
JPI, a national developer of multifamily homes, on Wednesday announced that it plans to build luxury apartments in Vista Canyon.
The Sea Princess cruise ship, operated by Princess Cruises in Santa Clarita, on Wednesday confirmed a gastroenteritis outbreak that left 200 people sick.
Dole Packaged Foods took home the Grand Marshal award at the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Years Day for its “Sharing Nature’s Bounty” float.
Airborne Wireless Network has entered into an agreement with iNTELLICOM Technologies Inc. to support development and advancement of the company’s Infinitus Super Highway.
Forever 21 Inc. has found a computer data breach that compromised customer data sporadically over an eight-month period.
Six Flags Magic Mountain avoided a strike by reaching an agreement with the International Association of Machinists on Wednesday.
Residents near the Alison Canyon gas facility in Porter Ranch have reported the smell of natural gas.
Cherokee Global Brands has appointed Steven Brink as the new chief financial officer following Jason Boling’s resignation, the company announced Monday.
FloQast has relocated its corporate headquarters to Sherman Oaks due to accommodate rapid growth, the company announced Monday.
Limoneira Co. has issued a statement that its crops escaped substantial damage from the Southern California wildfires.
Monster Digital Inc. has received an extension to continue listing its stock on the Nasdaq, according to the company.
A subsidiary of Tutor Perini Corp. has been selected by the California Department of General Services to construct a new $238 million office building in downtown Sacramento.
Outdoor ice skating has returned to Burbank for the 2017 holidays.
Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center has recognized 25 San Fernando Valley nonprofit organizations with $250,000 in grand funds.