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.
Marisol Acosta Montoya went from ad sales to sewer construction.
Marisol Acosta Montoya never intended to enter the sewer industry.
Northrop Grumman Corp. is building five next-generation stealth bombers at its plant in Palmdale, Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall said on Monday.
The Southern California Gas Co. on Monday announced that several agreements have been reached that are expected to resolve substantially all civil litigation against SoCalGas from the 2015 Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility leak.
Walt Disney Co. is suing the estates of former Marvel Comics superheroes artists to determine who owns the rights to the characters, including Iron Man and Spider-Man, according to media reports.
The Sylmar-based specialty construction company, Tutor Perini Corp., on Monday announced it has been awarded a government construction contract valued at approximately $178 million to begin a capacity correction project at the Friant-Kern canal.
VICA President Stuart Waldman writes about trimming the fat off the legislative process.
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.
TECHNOLOGY: With $400 million plus in capital and plans to go public, Energy Vault has big ambitions for its power system.
Energy Vault Inc. has a new old way to hold excess electricity.
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.
NoHo’s Ignite collaborates with L.A.’s Origin Point.
Ignite Strategic Communications has formed a creative collaboration with Origin Point.
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.
Software is used at multiple locations, including Valley.
Diagnostic imaging provider RadNet is championing artificial intelligence as its means of conducting MRIs, a tool Dr. Suzie Bash said is “revolutionizing medical imaging.”
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.
Jamming duplexes into residential neighborhoods won’t help the housing shortage.
Stratolaunch, the aerospace company that built the world’s largest airplane, has added a former Pentagon official to its technical advisory group.
Founder tapped his experience in both sports and technology.
Anthony Gonzales is chief executive and co-founder of Force Impact Technologies Inc.
LIST: Skilled positions take longer to fill during COVID.
Staff shortage confronts San Fernando Valley nursing homes.
BIOTECH: Software sales go up in the same quarter that service revenue declines.
Uneven income streams for drug modeling company Simulations Plus Inc.
LIST: Business organizations combine to enhance events and lobbying power.
Mergers make sense for neighboring chambers.