SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION
Seasoned broker takes over NAI after internal dispute
Veteran broker Timothy Foutz takes over as chief executive at NAI Capital.
MANUFACTURING: Superior move to Michigan called strategic.
Superior Industries decides to move its headquarters to Michigan.
ELECTION: Ramsay racks up endorsements in Council race.
Business groups support City Hall insider Carolyn Ramsay in the District 4 Council race.
ENERGY: Startup creates software to improve oil-well efficiency.
A software firm for the oil well industry secures $20 million in venture capital.
Suds are up at craft brew events held by former disc jockey.
The future looks foamy for Burbank-based California Beer Festival.
Cal State Northridge’s new logo embraces popular acronym.
Cal State Northridge launches a marketing campaign.
Parent of autistic child starts website focusing on uplifting content.
A website for positive stories has reason to be happy with a $1.8 million investment.
As foreclosures dwindle, so does the profitability of house flipping.
RETAIL: Guitar Center is blending ecommerce with aggressive brick-and-mortar expansion.
Guitar Center bucks the ecommerce trend by opening new brick-and-mortar stores.
RETAIL: Burbank preparing for Superstore after court upholds building permit.
A court decision moves the Burbank Walmart project closer to opening.
FILM: Technicolor and Deluxe team up as digital revolution slows.
When Technicolor S.A. and Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. announced last month they were forming a joint venture, on the surface it appeared a bit of a head scratcher.
RESTAURANTS: Chain will open four more outlets, including stand-alone.
Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill is building its first free-standing restaurant in Northridge this year.
ENFORCEMENT: City program seeks to combat local nuisances block-by-block.
L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer’s program for Neighborhood Prosecutors is receiving mixed reviews from Valley attorneys.
Vincent Leoni is the newest partner at Miller Kaplan Arase, the San Fernando Valley’s largest accounting firm as ranked by the number of local CPAs.
Tax season means long hours for everyone, but a sense of camaraderie is built among the team and when it ends there is a great sense of accomplishment.
Holthouse Carlin & Van Trigt LLP is so tied to traditional tax work that Gregg Hutchins, a partner in the Westlake Village office, has a copy of the very first U.S. tax form from 1913 hanging on the wall of his office.
We are a multi-disciplined, full-service firm that serves many small businesses and high net-worth individuals, but also specialize in providing a full suite of services to financial institutions.
Andrew “Drew” Grey has worked as chief financial officer at a commercial lighting company, chief executive of a dietary supplement manufacturer and as top accountant at a real estate brokerage – all while partner at SRG LLC.
Over the years, our business has created the need to be uber compliance oriented and, with increased government oversight, we have to guard our role as business counselors.
Technology has played a major role in the accounting field. I started my career with the very first desktop PC.
The world has changed enormously since I joined the profession 24 years ago. Regulatory oversight has increased.
I started my career at Arthur Andersen.
I’m the SoCal food, beverage, and agribusiness practice leader. I focus on manufacturing and consumer product companies with an emphasis in food, beverage and agribusiness.
Ten of the Valley’s top accountants share the quirks of the number-crunching trade.
INDUSTRIAL: Hong Kong firm spends $9.89 million on site once eyed for swap meet.
What’s a landlord to do with a vacant industrial building that’s no longer industrial? Take it back to its roots.