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Allen Lund Co. hopes to gain a competitive advantage by eliminating most of its paperwork.
Sport Chalet is transferring ownership from the company's founder to its current management team.
Valley public companies post double digit earnings increases for quarter.
Felix Lopez, a successful entrepreneur who created a string of bakeries and cafes, has opened his first full-service restaurant in Glendale.
In 1996, while the rest of Los Angeles, and the nation, began climbing out of a recession, the San Fernando Valley was a patchwork of scaffolding, teetering reminders of the devastation of the Northridge Earthquake that was still beating down the area's e
Phillips Graduate Institute President Lisa Porche-Burke helps school with roots in psychology develop business training programs.
Local company American Reprographics Inc. has filed an initial public offering, expecting to raise about $230 million.
There is plenty of money chasing deals these days but investors are staying selective, a business forum is told
The new accounting rule, that for many companies went into effect with the first quarter of 2006, dragged down earnings at most firms, in many cases by $0.03 or more per share.
Inventory causes problems for Vitesse Semiconductor Corp.
Digital Insight Corp. has been purchased by Intuit Inc., the firm behind the software Turbo Tax, for $1.35 billion cash.
Outlaw Subprime Lending?: It's Not Going to Happen. Sector May Be Down, But Don't Count It Out Yet. Guest Column by William J. Battison
Calabasas-based Cheescake Factory is reducing the portions on its menus as business at casual restaurants thins.
Senior Reporter Shelly Garcia writes about a new home furnishings retailer setting up shop in the Valley and targeting urban apartment and condo dwellers.
Senior Reporter Shelly Garcia reports that after months of vacancies, the Sherman Oaks Galleria is beginning to fill up with restaurant clients.
To gain a competitive edge, banks are tapping into different forms of technology, such as mobile banking and E-Deposit, geared toward the younger generation.
Online Brokers challenge the traditional real estate system.
A newly energized community of horse lovers is buying up the ranches in the Valley, refurbishing the stables and the trails and thwarting efforts to develop the region further.
Senior Reporter Shelly Garcia writes that Valley apartment rates have risen as supplies remain tight.
Freeway traffic problems have crept up to new proportions and have become a central theme in business owners' management woes.