Business Events throughout the Valleys.
Bank of America Corp. has asked for a federal judge to overturn a jury verdict that found it liable for thousands of bad mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit, leading to a $1.3 billion judgment.
A moratorium on adult film production remained in effect on Friday after a testing center reported a possible positive HIV test for an adult performer
Crunchies Food Co. LLC has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in response to what it said was a small group of investor-creditors taking hostile and aggressive actions.
Six Flags Magic Mountain unveiled plans Thursday to revamp its famous Colossus roller coaster and turn it into a hybrid coaster, Twisted Colossus, which will open next spring
Amgen Inc. announced on Thursday that it will seek U.S. government approval to sell pipeline drug evolocumab that has significantly reduced cholesterol for patients in clinical trials.
The value of L.A. County taxable property rose 6 percent this year to its highest valuation ever.
AmaWaterways adds to fleet. Capstone Turbine secures Russian contract.
Gov. Jerry Brown worked out a deal with the Legislature on Wednesday that would more than triple funding for California’s film and TV tax-credit program to stem runaway production.
Glendale Adventist Hospital reached an agreement on Wednesday to pay $700,000 to settle a city lawsuit accusing it of discharging patients from its emergency room to L.A.'s Skid Row.
Shares of NetSol Technologies Inc. rose 40 percent on Wednesday after the software developer secured a $16 million contract.
Amgen heart drug gets priority review. Vitesse Semiconductor appoints director.
The $150 million Talaria at Burbank mixed-used development was unanimously approved on Monday night.
PDC names president. Disney Stores headquarters acquired.
Walt Disney Co. has filed three patents to use unmanned aircraft in entertainment productions at its theme parks.
Stabilizing home prices and increased inventory fueled more San Fernando Valley homes to close escrow in July in more than a year, according to a report released Monday by the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.
MRV names CFO. Ixia receives another warning letter. Discovery Cube museum names director.
Ixia has named a technology industry veteran Bethany Mayer as its chief executive and president.
A $75 million Warner Center luxury apartment building that opened less than a year ago has been sold to an undisclosed institutional investor.
Governor signs bill allowing dogs on eatery patios. IPC acquires two more doctors' groups.