Business Events throughout the Valleys.
An East Coast investment company closed on a North Hollywood industrial building in its first investment as a principal in Southern California.
The owners of a new Encino apartment complex refinanced their construction loan into a long-term, fixed-rate loan in a transaction arranged by Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.
Developers see Tarzana as hub for health care.
Formula One fans unite passions for money and motorsport.
Troop Real Estate Inc. signs have covered Ventura and Los Angeles counties for nearly three decades. Now, they’ll have an additional name on them.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday announced that it has filed a Medicare-fraud lawsuit against Prime Healthcare Services Inc. of Ontario, which owns two Valley hospitals — Encino Hospital Medical Center and Sherman Oaks Hospital.
The Valley Industry & Commerce Association announced Thursday that potential improvements to the Orange Line busway would be moved up by five years to begin in 2019.
Medical-device maker Medtronic on Wednesday announced that it has entered into an international, multi-year contract with mobile tech company Qualcomm Inc., a subsidiary of San Diego-based Qualcomm Life Inc., to collaboratively develop future models of its continuous glucose monitoring systems.
The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has installed microturbines made by Capstone Turbine Corp. at its Chico brewery to generate electrical and thermal energy on site.
PennyMac Financial Services of Moorpark has postponed a previously announced private sale of $300 million in senior notes.
The recent purchase of a Burbank CarMax center was the third and final chapter in a series of recent acquisitions worth nearly $50 million by a group of L.A.-based investors.
In April, condominiums in the Santa Clarita Valley saw hot activity with sharp jumps in prices and sales, according to the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.
DineEquity Inc. has moved forward with a franchise agreement to launch six IHOP locations in Panama in the next five years – the first opened in Panama City on Monday.
AeroVironment Inc.’s new unmanned aircraft will be evaluated by a Pentagon office for possible use at government facilities for surveillance and reconnaissance.
Two Thousand Oaks apartment complexes will undergo improvements thanks to a $130 million loan.
Sports Authority’s decision announced earlier this week to shutter all of its more than 460 stores means seven Valley-area locations will close.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate continued its rapid descent in April, falling to its lowest point in nine years.
As evidence of Conejo Valley’s hot market for investors, L.A.-based insurer Farmers Group Inc. has sold its building in Westlake Village for $18.6 million, according to real estate activity tracking database CoStar Realty Information Inc.
Package deliverer UPS is increasing its local presence with the signing of the Valley’s largest lease so far this year, according to L.A.-based CBRE Group Inc.