Burbank executive asks ITC to hike duties on imported panels.
Burbank solar executive tells the ITC why he favors raising tariffs on imported solar panels.
Refugee entrepreneur serves family recipes at Azi Grill.
Syrian refugee opens new restaurant in Thousand Oaks.
>$4 Billion - Estimated Hollywood summer box office
Summer movies fizzle in box office sales.
ENERGY: $700 million natural gas plant will complement alternative sources of electricity.
Palmdale natural gas plant gets OK to operate.
MANUFACTURING: Turbine maker tells investors move to Van Nuys will cut costs.
Capstone Turbine relocates to Van Nuys.
NETWORKING: Startup Grind program kicks off in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Anew group has formed in Santa Clarita in the ongoing effort to bring together a community of tech startups.
MEDICINE: NIH grant funds research for cost-effective solution to killer disease.
Oak Therapeutics wants to tackle tuberculosis, one strip at a time.
FOUNDATION: Humanitarian award recognizes value of public health research.
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, based in Agoura Hills, has awarded its annual $2 million Hilton Humanitarian Prize to the International Center for Diarrheal Disease Control, Bangladesh, or iccdr,b.
Architect and sculptor Jeffrey Kalban employs a left brain/right brain approach to create buildings he describes as ‘romantic Modernist.’
Architect Jeffrey Kalban talks about designing buildings with and for some of the industry’s stars.
MULTIFAMILY: Apartment manager sells expertise gleaned from tenants.
One of L.A.’s largest property management firms has found a way to stand out from the increasing competition by helping developers design apartments to attract tenants before the properties are built rather than just managing them once they’re finished.
FITNESS: Country club operator exits, gym firm takes space.
Bay Club’s Valley facilities to be taken over by gym operator.
NONPROFIT: Organization loses three executives in a month.
What’s behind the executive exits from VEDC?
ENERGY: SoCalGas renews operations at methane leak site.
Residents express concerns over reopening of Aliso Canyon gas storage facility.
Survey results give Glad Lash insights into customer base.
Eye makeup company connects with customers through survey.
Bambu’s software adds highs and lows to compressed audio.
Bambu returns quality to compressed audio files.
Burt Rutan’s Proteus makes 1,000 flights for research missions.
A research aircraft lands its 1,000th flight.
36th: Los Angeles’ ranking for stress
Where L.A. ranks in the most-stressful cities list.
INTERNET: Scorpion began marketing law firms but acquisition takes firm into new verticals.
Web marketer Scorpion grows beyond law customers and acquires competitor.
HOSPITALITY: Investors react positively to same-day hire and location shrinkage.
DineEquity hires new CEO and closes more locations.
SAFETY: Moorpark firm finds abuse prevention market for a convenience product.
Timer Cap isn’t trying to solve the opioid epidemic. But it does think it can help when it comes to prevention.
DISTRIBUTION: Media giant’s BAMTech acquisition puts focus on sports audience.
With its announcement that it would start its own direct-to-consumer streaming service, Walt Disney Co. will end its distribution agreement with Netflix Inc. for subscription streaming of new releases, beginning with the 2019 movie slate.