Stories for October 2002
Monday, October 28
The 14th annual Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA) Business Forecast Conference will focus on the general state of the economy.
You might think that a company reporting net income growth of 50 percent and revenue growth of 43 percent would be pretty bullish about the future.
Halloween is not what it used to be. In fact, it's been a long time since activities on Oct. 31 were limited to children trick-or-treating in their own neighborhoods. As many adults as children now celebrate Halloween and, in fact, for retailers it has be
Cushman & Wakefield has handed pink slips to most of its senior San Fernando Valley brokers in a move many believe is a first step toward closing the Woodland Hills office outright.
Cityhood supporters say they are proud to have come so far and, win or lose, Nov. 6 will be a new day for the Valley because the issues raised in this campaign will not go away.
Jim LaPelusa is so certain of Paladino's potential to become the place to be for rock 'n roll he is spending $150,000 to renovate the 30-year-old club.
Bryan Suckut was a fashion photographer for 25 years, but he'd always wanted to try his hand at interior design.
Monday, October 14
Summaries of this week's List - Colleges & Universities, Ranked by full-time equivalent students in 2001-2002
Quality Logic Inc., which provides quality assurance services and tests computer hardware and software, had just had its biggest year ever
October is a sports fan's dream. The baseball league championships will quickly lead to the World Series, the NFL and college football seasons are in full swing, the National Hockey League opened play last week and the Lakers and Clippers are preparing fo
Two years ago, dietary supplement maker Natrol Inc. was looking forward to 2001, anticipating its biggest year ever. In 2000, with record sales up more than 20 percent over 1999, the Chatsworth-based company could do no wrong
It turns out, despite their lack of political prowess, a significant number of candidates for Valley city council and mayoral races could pass the geek test if you gave them one.