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The Valley Economic Alliance has presented 13 recommendations for permit reform to the city of Los Angeles in an effort to streamline the current real estate development and building process.
Online legal document firm finds growth in pandemic.
Online legal document filing service CorpNet has benefitted from pandemic.
LAW: Executive team from Intuit tries to duplicate the TurboTax success model.
Former Intuit Execs at LegalZoom.com Inc. trying to recreate success of TurboTax.
Owners juggle kitchen labor shortage, supply problems.
The Association for Corporate Growth on Oct. 13 held a panel with four local restaurant executives to discuss the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the industry.
The Ventura County Public Health Officer this week extended the indoor mask order that requires all individuals wear face coverings when indoors in public settings. The new details also establish criteria for ending the mandate.
Three-wheel EV can handle freeway driving for only $18,500.
Climbing into the Solo, a single-occupant vehicle from Canadian electric car manufacturer ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp., feels exactly like getting into any type of car, said Kevin Pavlov, the chief executive.
New location in Northridge, remodel in Conejo Valley.
Gold’s Gym SoCal will expand its locations over the next four years.
Capstone Green Energy Corp. announced this week it received an order for a three-bay microturbine system from a natural gas utility company in Colombia.
Six Flags Magic Mountain announced this week plans to build its 20th roller coaster called Wonder Woman Flight of Courage.
With remote work models here to stay, state needs to update labor laws.
Despite a reduction in weekly unemployment claims in L.A. County, regional recovery from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic remains slow going.
REGULATION: Metal shredders ask for federal oversight.
State agency wants to make a change that recyclers say will drive them out of business.
Simulations Plus Inc. on Monday reported a 12 percent gain in revenue for fiscal 2021 and a 3 percent gain in its fiscal fourth quarter.
Kennedy Wilson plans to break ground this quarter on a 589-unit master-planned community on a 32-acre parcel owned by and adjacent to California State University – Channel Islands.
Marketing campaign tries to educate consumers.
Dole Sunshine Co. announced the results of a survey late last month which revealed that a third of U.S. consumers make no effort to reduce food waste at home.
As part of an effort to appeal to lunch and dinner consumers, IHOP announced Monday that it has launched a new line of sandwich melts on its all-day dine-in and to-go menus.
Burbank firm’s president talks about global expansion.
Ghost VFX, a visual effects house with a location in Burbank, announced this month that Patrick Davenport has been appointed as president as part of a strategic expansion.
Stagehands union’s agreement requires membership vote.
IATSE averts its first ever strike as it reaches deal with TV, film producers.
LiteGear in Burbank thinks $20 an hour will help worker productivity.
Burbank LED lightning manufacturer LiteGear Inc. giving its employees a $20 living wage.
Joint venture lines up to buy 5,000 vehicles over five years.
Early this month, BYD Motors Inc. announced a collaboration with a new San Diego-based joint venture, Levo Mobility, to integrate vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology into 5,000 vehicles over the next five years.