Zevia, the Encino-based beverage company, started trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ZVIA.
Valley Rising program helps businesses post-pandemic.
Small businesses in the Valley area receive grants to help with post-pandemic recovery.
HOSPITALITY: Hotels report vacationers fill rooms, but conferences still absent.
The hotel industry is bracing to accommodate pent-up demand for rooms.
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Elder care attorney Terri Hilliard named to serve as District 6 governor for California Women Lawyers.
Eli Tene of Century 21 Peak in Woodland Hills looks to cross sell coverage to clientele of new homeowners.
Peak Entities adds insurance to its portfolio of real estate-related businesses.
Lawmakers honor groups headquartered in districts.
State legislators and the California Association of Nonprofits announced their annual selections for Nonprofit of the Year
Taped panels, merchandise cheer fans at virtual event.
What Valley area companies are doing for the second virtual San Diego Comic-Con.
Burbank bioceutical company seeks to establish ‘first-mover’ status, then expand into Latin America.
Aubrey Kelly started Rabble Health after lacking information about her son’s fight with cancer.
RESTAURANTS: Company’s chains launch ghost kitchens and spinoff formats.
Dine Brands Global Inc. to expand with experimentation as its chains launch spinoffs and ghost kitchens.
Robert Benlevi of Encino, was arrested for money laundering, bank fraud and false statements on loan applications for Paycheck Protection Program funds.
Resonate Blends looks for ‘outreach’ to shareholders.
Cannabis holding company Resonate Blends enters a partnership with investor relations firm.
David Emanuel at Compass locates the houses; Jacob Levy at Concept Renovation flips them.