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PUBLISHING: Mg hopes to become trade magazine for dispensaries.
Valley entrepreneur Darren Roberts pivots from the porn industry to cannabis.
Japanese light-rail manufacturer Kinkisharyo USA Inc., aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp. and financial software developer Blackline Systems Inc. were among companies with Valley-area operations receiving state job tax credits this week.
Ad Campaigns Power Agency to List’s Top Spot
Largest Company and Star Performer winners.
US Nuclear Corp. was upgraded to the OTC-QB market from the OTC Pink Marketplace this week, a move that helps the company engage new investors.
Gannett Co. Inc. has acquired Canadian online marketing firm SweetIQ Analytics Corp. and will make it part of its ReachLocal business in the San Fernando Valley.
The California Business and Industrial Alliance in Sunland has placed a full-page ad in the northwest edition of USA Today to warn Amazon.com Inc. away from locating its second headquarters in the state.
Fifty-eight employees of Amcor Rigid Packaging USA will lose their jobs starting in December as the company closes its Chatsworth plant.
The share price of Tix Corp. dropped by 12 percent Wednesday after an open letter from an investor advocated for new leadership on the Studio City company’s board of directors.
ACQUISITION: ReachLocal in Woodland Hills to join newspaper chain in $156 million deal.
Why Gannett Co. Inc. sees value in online marketer ReachLocal Inc.
US Nuclear Corp. has signed a letter of intent to be the exclusive manufacturer of medical isotope generators for a nuclear medicine company.
Viewers in the United Kingdom will be able to watch Warner Bros. Entertainment films through Amazon’s online streaming service following a distribution agreement signed by the two companies.
Interlink Electronics Inc. has appointed Raymond Li as its chief financial officer.
Tix Corp. announced Friday the resignation of David Saxe as a member of the board of directors, effective Dec. 16.
InSite Development is planning to lease up to 20 retail units along Lancaster Boulevard.
KIOSK: Lancaster offers kiosks to new and existing businesses looking for exposure
MANUFACTURING: Camarillo work impacted by China competition.
SolarWorld plans to shut down Camarillo production line.
LAW: Appellate order centers around generic vs. distinct names for Internet firms.
A federal appeals court rules in favor of Sherman Oaks-based Advertise.com in its legal battle with AOL.
TECHNOLOGY: Procurement firm secures $4 million in funding.
Venture capitalists gave Vroozi $4 million to develop procurement software.
SolarWorld USA on Friday announced it will shut down its Camarillo solar panel production line this month and move the work to a newer and larger manufacturing facility in Oregon.
Two Asian transportation companies that recently built manufacturing plants in the Antelope Valley reported major progress this week fulfilling orders from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
CrowdGather Inc., an operator of online forums, announced on Monday that is has acquired a social-gaming company for $5 million.