Kinkisharyo International has delivered its first Los Angeles rail car amid calls for the governor to step in and resolve a dispute that has threatened the opening of a company factory in the Antelope Valley.
A six-day hold on adult film production was lifted Monday after tests concluded the performer pool had not been infected with the HIV virus.
IPC The Hospitalist Co. Inc. has purchased Comprehensive Health Solutions in suburban Philadelphia, the company announced on Monday.
Amgen Inc. is teaming with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop a faster production method for Zmapp, an experimental ebola treatment, according to the company.
Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Companies in greater Los Angeles raised $436 million in third-quarter venture capital funding, a 33 percent increase from the same period last year, according to the latest Money Tree Report.
L.A.’s unemployment rate dipped to 8 percent last month as the county gained 28,000 jobs, mostly from teachers returning to schools after summer vacation, according to state figures released Friday.
A long-time executive of the Valley Economic Alliance has been named as the group’s new chief.
Amgen Inc. announced on Friday it has filed a lawsuit against two pharmaceutical companies for patent infringement on an experimental anti-cholesterol drug.
Signature Group Holdings Inc. announced on Friday that it will acquire Global Recycling and Specification Alloys for $525 million.
The former owner of a Simi Valley-based battery distributor was sentenced this week to more than seven years in prison for fraudulently selling more than $2.6 million in knock-offs to the U.S. Defense Department.
After two years of development, BYD Motors Inc. has completed its first articulated electric bus and named it for the city in which it was made – Lancaster.
Teledyne Technologies wins a Navy contract, Superior Industries announces share repurchase program and Ralph's closes a store.
The Burbank City Council voted 4-1 to approve the Talaria at Burbank mixed-used development in the Media District Tuesday night, following two weeks of lengthy meetings on the project.
Warner Bros. Entertainment will cut about $200 million from its budget, its chief executive said Wednesday to investors, according to media reports.
A three-day hold was put on adult film production Wednesday following a report of an exposure to HIV on an out-of-state movie set.
Warner Bros. Entertainment announced on Tuesday that it is creating a partnership to make investments in Chinese and other international film and television content.
Guy Weddington McCreary, a member of the founding family of North Hollywood, died last weekend. He was 77.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Tuesday issued a directive that requires a reduction in city agencies’ fresh water use by 20 percent by 2017 and cuts in half the amount of water the Department of Water and Power can import by 2024.
Legendary Entertainment has purchased a women-focused website; Burbank-based My Eye Media is opening an office in New York.