Stories for August 2002
Monday, August 19
A debate and forum focusing on secession's impact on the San Fernando Valley business community will be held Aug. 22.
Summary of this week's List - Banks and Thrifts Ranked by assets as of June 30, 2002
From The Newsroom by Michael Hart
Miller Automotive Group, a $400-million dealership with six Los Angeles locations, has been sold to Group 1 Automotive Inc., a Fortune 500 car retailer based in Houston.
Investors those still in the market, that is are reportedly looking for its bottom. The chances are none of them though are looking as hard as Vitesse Semiconductor Corp.'s executives.
Since the beginning of the year a number of companies have moved from both elsewhere in the Valley and elsewhere in Los Angeles to the vicinity of the newly renovated Sherman Oaks Galleria. Many have said they, their employees and their clients prefer
Summary of this week's List - Greater San Fernando Valley Cities Ranked by population
Monday, August 5
Along with a number of cities, Los Angeles some years ago adopted a living wage ordinance, compelling companies that do business with the city to pay its employees an amount above and beyond the federal minimum wage. It is certainly one issue a new Valley
Swedish retailer Ikea is shopping the West San Fernando Valley and, in particular, Woodland Hills, for a possible store location. Real Estate by Shelly Garcia
Timing could not be better for nutritional supplement manufacturers, including two local San Fernando Valley companies that have recently introduced products to relieve menopause symptoms.
One issue that could carry at the very least great symbolic significance in the business community is whether or not a new city council would vote to keep Los Angeles' current living wage ordinance intact.