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.
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.
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.
Five B-21 stealth planes prepare for flight testing.
Northrop Grumman Corp. is building five next-generation stealth bombers at its plant in Palmdale, Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall said on Sept. 20.
LAW: Valley plaintiffs may wait another year for checks.
Southern California Gas Co. to settle lawsuits related to the Aliso Canyon natural gas leak for $1.8 billion.
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.
ENERGY: Oil producer will ‘recycle capital’ to core fields.
Valencia oil and gas company sells off its Ventura basin wells.
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.
AGRIBUSINESS: Facility switches to massive cannabis farm.
Glass House Brands Inc. buys Camarillo area farm to grow marijuana.
Fewer surgeries, extra costs and staff shortages have left hospitals with deep losses.
Hospitals face long financial recovery from COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Adel Villalobos counsels giving up is easy, but don’t do it.
Adel Villalobos is founder and chief executive of Lief Labs, a full-service manufacturing company for dietary supplements and vitamins.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Friday legislation that will expand outdoor dining options for restaurateurs.
To the consternation of at least some in the business community, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved an ordinance that will require customers to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination before entering many indoor businesses beginning next month.
Walt Disney Co. and actress Scarlett Johansson have agreed to settle her lawsuit filed against the company over claims of breach of contract connected with her performance in the film “Black Widow,” according to media reports.
Medolife Rx’s marketing campaign featuring legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk has paid off.
Universal Studios Hollywood will begin on Oct. 7 asking for proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for all guests ages 12 and up.
The newest Encino eatery from a veteran culinary entrepreneur has received a Michelin star.