Los Angeles elected officials failing to provide adequate housing, says mayoral candidate Mel Wilson.
The L.A. regional economy continued a slow recovery last month as spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant gave rise to concerns about further business restrictions.
HEALTH CARE: $644 million construction project pushes through the pandemic.
Construction of the Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center, a $644 million joint venture between Providence Health & Services and Cedars-Sinai, is on track to be completed by 2023.
REAL ESTATE: New clients, acquisitions and development for self-storage provider.
A growing demand means new clients and acquisitions for Public Storage.
Three remaining Disney Stores in the greater San Fernando region are set to close next month, while Target plans to open more sections in its stores featuring merchandise from the Burbank entertainment studio.
Array of talent to help with patient information app.
Digital patient engagement company Rabble Health has made four additions to its advisory board with the onboarding of Mitch Ross, former vice president of individual and family plans at Kaiser Permanente; process innovation researcher Brad Power, biotech marketing veteran Diana Porter Bodden and epidemiologist Dr. J. Michael Sprafka.
FINANCE: Market beckons to relationship-focused bankers.
Banks expand by opening branches in the Valley region.
AUTOMOTIVE: North Hollywood car shop celebrates the work of George Barris, ‘King of the Kustomizers.’
Barris Kustom Industries relocates from long-time North Hollywood site.
Program will focus on financial management and credit improvement in pandemic’s aftermath.
City of Los Angeles starts program to provide small business owners with counseling.
RETAIL: Will bartenders become vaccine police under new rule?
Small business owners are wary of proposed L.A. city rules requiring proof of vaccination.
Contractor holds ribbon cutting for $59 million project.
Ribbon cutting at Aerojet Rocketdyne factory brings out NASA and elected officials.
LIST: Portable toilet provider follows market to switch from concerts to COVID stations.
Portable toilet provider Andy Gump Temporary Site Services finds ways to adapt to a new market for sanitation stations.
Inventory, price numbers point to market plateau.
San Fernando Valley home sales climbed 12 percent in July.
Nancy Hoffman Vanyek, chief executive at the Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce, has been recognized as a 2021 Small Business Advocate of the Year.
Van Nuys event addresses ‘significant problem.’
Experts discuss the pitfalls of illegal charter operations.
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will begin requiring verification of a recent negative COVID-19 test or vaccination for employees and attendees of indoor bars, clubs and lounges.
Tix Corp. and its subsidiary, Tix4Tonight, have filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection in Nevada.
The Biden administration's new rule announced Thursday mandating vaccines for private employers could provoke “fallout,” but it succeeds in creating a simple regulatory framework, according to business groups.
Jet Edge International is adding 27 new airplanes to its fleet, the Van Nuys air charter firm announced.