Avery Dennison Corp. on Friday missed analyst estimates for earnings, as the company was hit by raw material and restructuring costs.
Americas United Bank reports rising assets, Glendale Adventists sells a building and a Sylmar apartment complex trades hands.
Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Amgen Inc. will lay off 274 workers in the Seattle area on Dec. 31 and will exit Washington state by the end of next year, the company announced Thursday.
LegalZoom.com Inc. has joined with Sam’s Club in a strategic sales agreement that will broaden how the Glendale company sells its do-it-yourself legal documents and services.
Post-production house Modern VideoFilm has been brought in executives for a new management team from a unit of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd. that helps turn around troubled companies.
Ryland Group and Teledyne reports earnings, Interlink announces sensor development deal.
Cal State Northridge received on Wednesday a $22 million grant to promote diversity in the nation’s biomedical workforce – the largest single grant the school has received.
The governing board of the Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District is asking that Gov. Jerry Brown intervene in a dispute threatening Kinkiharyo International from opening a rail car factory in Palmdale.
Van Nuys Airport announced Wednesday it will begin offering customs clearance and inspection services next year.
Cheesecake Factory Inc. reported net income on Wednesday that missed analyst estimates, blaming sharply rising dairy costs for cutting into profits.
Tipalti, an Agoura Hills firm that offers automated cloud payout services, announced on Wednesday it has received $13 million in a funding round led by Wicklow Capital.
USC’s medical system announced on Wednesday that it has formed a strategic alliance with Surgical Care Affiliates Inc. to manage surgery centers in the Los Angeles region, including one in Glendale.
City Council seeks study on minimum wage increase; Fireman's Brew announces private stock offering.
Shares of Amgen Inc. jumped nearly 5 percent Tuesday on heavy volume as billionaire hedge fund manager Dan Loeb disclosed he had upped his stake in the company and called for its breakup.
On-location television production continued to show strong growth in the third quarter but feature film production continued to decline, according to figures released by FilmL.A. on Tuesday.
Warner Bros. Entertainment announced on Tuesday the formation of Blue Ribbon Content, a production unit for short-form, live-action content.
The Los Angeles Times is bringing back its California section after a five-year hiatus, the Times announced Monday.
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.