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Investments: The Valley’s penny stocks have big ambitions, but low investor interest.
Investments: Small cap companies learn to use their stock as currency in the struggle to grow.
Thousand Oaks resident John Shields, who shepherded grocer Trader Joe’s through a major national expansion, died Oct. 31 after a long illness. He was 82.
Simi Valley auctioneer gets some hot business with San Onofre sale.
Liquidation: MRI Auctions sells off equipment from the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
American Homes 4 Rent announced Wednesday the pricing for its secondary offering of preferred shares.
Publishing: Few booksellers left in area after closure at Westfield Promenade.
Publishing: Barnes & Noble has emptied its shelves at the Promenade in Woodland Hills.
Research Solutions Inc. reported falling revenue and net income in its fiscal fourth quarter, as the company struggles with a transition from print to cloud-based distribution.
Barry Hoeven has spent decades in the storage industry and has seen some pretty strange things in his day.
Q&A: Cancer, cops and real estate development – it’s all in the self-storage career of Barry Hoeven.
Burbank native Michael Cusumano has helped build his family’s company into a leading developer in the Media City.
Q&A: Michael Cusumano followed his family’s heritage into real estate.
American Homes 4 Rent announced on Thursday yet another public offering of preferred shares as it continues to acquire rental homes across the country.
Zipper-maker Talon International Inc. announced higher income Tuesday for its second quarter, largely fueled by growth in sales.
Real Estate: BeatBike opens first outlet with five-year deal pegged at $1.2 million.
One of the few vacant spots at the upscale Village Walk at Tarzana retail center has filled up.
Automotive: Star Ford Lincoln breaking ground on $10 million renovation.
The Star Ford Lincoln dealership on the “Brand Boulevard of Cars” in Glendale is getting a $10 million makeover.
Real Estate: Calabasas firm grosses only $72 million.
Real Estate: Why Marcus & Millichap’s IPO fell short financially.
Bill Watkins went back to school in his 40s to earn his Ph.D and now leads Cal Lutheran’s economic forecast – when he’s not playing blues or climbing rocks.
Q&A: Cal Lutheran Professor Bill Watkins left banking to become an economic forecaster.
After decades as a concert promoter, Irv Zuckerman sliced his retirement short to open Valley chain PizzaRev.
Q&A: PizzaRev’s Irv Zuckerman was playing golf when a friend mentioned an idea for a restaurant.
Zipper-maker Talon International Inc. announced Monday that it has eliminated all of its preferred stock in a $18.8 million cash and debt deal.
Leasing: Latino-focused Tricolor Auto Group takes space in San Fernando.
A used-car dealership chain focused on the Latino community is coming out West and will open its first California outlet in San Fernando.
Israeli native Amit Kleinberger led Menchie’s expansion from a single Valley yogurt shop to 18 countries. He’s a good guy too.
Q&A: Amit Kleinberger bought and sold companies until he found himself as CEO of frozen yogurt chain Menchie’s.
GA Capital, a division of Great American Group Inc., said Tuesday it closed a $35 million financing facility for its client Reichhold, a chemical manufacturer.
Retail: Newport Beach REIT buys stumbling retail complex next to downtown theaters.
Retail: Burbank mixed-use center is sold for $12.8 million.