The Association for Corporate Growth held a panel with four local restaurant executives to discuss the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the industry.
AGRIBUSINESS: Facility switches to massive cannabis farm.
Glass House Brands Inc. buys Camarillo area farm to grow marijuana.
Feedback on leaks can save 5,000 gallons a day.
Sensors from Camarillo company save water at Los Angeles senior complex.
Sugar-free soda bottler Zevia goes public on NYSE.
Zevia, an Encino-based natural soda company, hopes to become a household name in the sugar-free drink sector.
Skyview Terrace Apartments trades for $442,860 a unit.
Skyview Terrace Apartments in Burbank sell for $15.5 million.
Online legal technology company LegalZoom.com Inc. in Glendale has teamed up with the National Basketball Association for a multiyear partnership that will begin with a $6 million initiative focused on providing capital and other resources to small businesses.
Walt Disney Co. is looking to spin off its lucrative ESPN sports network, according to a media report.
FINANCE: US Bank buys Union Bank; both institutions have large presences in the North Los Angeles market.
US Bank will acquire Union Bank for about $8 billion.
VICA President Stuart Waldman writes about trimming the fat off the legislative process.
Fewer surgeries, extra costs and staff shortages have left hospitals with deep losses.
Hospitals face long financial recovery from COVID-19 pandemic.
Why working from the office is healthier for employees and employers.
A rendering has emerged for Kaplan Cos.’ designs to transform the site of the shuttered Fry’s Electronics store in Woodland Hills into a mixed-use complex featuring apartments, a hotel and retail space.
ENERGY: Oil producer will ‘recycle capital’ to core fields.
Valencia oil and gas company sells off its Ventura basin wells.
Marisol Acosta Montoya went from ad sales to sewer construction.
Marisol Acosta Montoya never intended to enter the sewer industry.
MANAGEMENT: Tamara Gurney recounts how the PPP program put community bankers on hot seat but they were able to save businesses.
Tamara Gurney of Mission Valley Bank recounts how the institution helped small business with PPP loans.