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.
Wellness and cannabis company Resonate Blends announced the launch of a direct-to-consumer delivery service for its single-dose, water-soluble cannabis liquid called Koan Cordials.
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.
Atara Biotherapeutics and French pharmaceutical company Pierre Fabre announced a commercialization partnership for Tab-cel, Atara’s off-the-shelf immunotherapy treatment for Epstein-Barr virus. The partnership will cover sales in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and other emerging markets.
Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission is set to open the largest tiny home village in the country later this month, providing 224 beds for people experiencing homelessness at the new Arroyo Seco Tiny Home Village.
Teledyne Flir announced the launch of its ION M640X tactical quadcopter drone.
Valencia-based Hello Auto Group has acquired a pair of Southern California dealerships: John Hine Mazda Temecula and John Hine Subaru Temecula.
Why working from the office is healthier for employees and employers.
VICA President Stuart Waldman writes about trimming the fat off the legislative process.
Stratolaunch, the aerospace company that built the world’s largest airplane, has added a former Pentagon official to its technical advisory group.
Developer adds 160 units to market as ‘welcoming oasis.’
IMT 6500, the latest residential complex developed under the IMT Residential brand by Sherman Oaks-based multifamily developer IMT Capital, celebrated its grand opening Sept. 30 in Van Nuys with a Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Brokers head new Valley Division of Beverly Hills firm.
Combined, they have closed more than $2 billion in sales by transacting premier residential properties along the Ventura Boulevard corridor on behalf of a clientele that includes A-list celebrities, musicians and athletes.
Skyview Terrace Apartments trades for $442,860 a unit.
Skyview Terrace Apartments in Burbank sell for $15.5 million.
LIST: Skilled positions take longer to fill during COVID.
Staff shortage confronts San Fernando Valley nursing homes.
Hispanic companies often begin with personal savings and family money, and access to capital persists as a barrier after the initial launch.
Hispanic companies find access to capital a challenge.
Marco Manriquez decided to stop working for other people.
Six Hispanic businesspeople from the greater Valley area tell their stories.
Rosangela Valerio-Dyszkant found a way to serve families.
Rosangela Valerio-Dyszkant is founder and director of Little Dreamers Early Childhood Center in Thousand Oaks.
Carlos Camargo strives to give big tech to small businesses.
Carlos Camargo started Olé Copiers in 2014 with business partner Alex Payne after working in his industry for 20 years.
Oscar Urrutia loves the Valley so much, he made it a business.
Oscar Urrutia spent 15 years working at hotels in the Los Angeles market before starting My Valley Pass, the tourism and visitor’s bureau for the San Fernando Valley.
Marisol Acosta Montoya went from ad sales to sewer construction.
Marisol Acosta Montoya never intended to enter the sewer industry.