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Derycz Scientific Reports Profits

Derycz Scientific Inc. turned a profit in the second fiscal quarter, a turnaround from its performance last year.


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Nestle to Leave Glendale by July

In an updated filing with state regulators, Nestle USA said it will close its headquarters in Glendale on July 6, 2018.

Can Mandalay Take a Bite of App-le?

Technology: Hollywood mogul Peter Guber enters the app wars.

Technology: Mandalay Digital Group seeks to bring order to the fragmented mobile phone sector.

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Playboy Partner In Ballot Battle

Film: Burbank’s Manwin leads fight against condom measure.

FILM: Playboy Enterprises’ more hardcore associate Manwin USA is bankrolling the opposition to a county condom initiative.

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CrowdGather Discusses Loss, Restructuring in Annual Report

CrowdGather Inc. continues to lose money but thinks its financial restructuring could help it reach breakeven this winter, the company said in its annual report.

Local Web Companies Beat Wall St. Forecasts

Three local Internet companies beat analyst expectations with their third-quarter financial performance, causing an upswing in share price for all three.

Marijuana Market Grows Like Weed

MANUFACTURING: States’ new laws light fire under pot products maker.

Manufacturing: Hydroponics garden supply company in Woodland Hills gears up for more pot business.

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Boxer Proposes Santa Clarita Mine Settlement

California Sen. Barbara Boxer has re-introduced legislation to solve a long-standing dispute over a sand-and-gravel mine in Santa Clarita.

HemaCare Turns Profit, Increases Revenue

HemaCare Corp. increased revenue and narrowed its loss in 2015, the company announced Monday.

Energy Drink Firm Seeks Kick From Listing on Markets

BEVERAGEs: Chatsworth firm’s odorless, colorless liquid makes anything into an energy drink.

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Galpin Unveils $2.5 Million Electric Lotus

Galpin Motors unveiled the world’s most powerful electric car Thursday at its Galpin Lotus dealership in North Hills.

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Report: Manwin Founder Arrested on Tax Charges

Fabian Thylmann, founder of international pornography publisher Manwin, has been arrested in Brussels on suspicion of tax evasion, according to media reports.

Lotus Pushes Limit on Price

Galpin Motors to sell $2.5 million car at North Hills dealership.

Galpin Motors to sell $2.5 million car at North Hills dealership.

Former Toyota, BMW Execs Join NetSol Advisory Board

NetSol Technologies Inc. has appointed former Toyota Leasing executive Henry Tolentino and former BMW executive Georg Bauer to its advisory board, the company announced Thursday.

Former KPMG Partner Gets 14 Months

Scott London, a former partner at accounting firm KPMG in downtown Los Angeles, was sentenced Thursday to 14 months in federal prison for insider trading.

Vegas Shooting, MGM Policies Impact Tix Corp.

Tix Corp. said the Las Vegas shooting and new ticket policies at the MGM hotel chain have impacted its revenue.

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Gannett Offers to Buy Tribune for $815 Million

Gannett Co. on Monday offered to buy Tribune Publishing Co. for about $815 million, including the assumption of $390 million in Tribune debt.