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Post-election effects on Valley companies; mergers and acquisitions and other major events from the past year for the Valley business community.
Just over a week before it was scheduled to go into effect, a federal law that would have more than doubled the salary threshold for overtime exemption has been blocked by a Texas judge.
The Valley Economic Development Center announced Wednesday it received $2.5 million from Wells Fargo & Co. to expand a minority small business loan program.
Four financial services firms on Tuesday initiated coverage of BlackLine Inc. three weeks after the accounting software developer went public.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate rose slightly to 5.1 percent in October even as the number of payroll jobs reached 4.4 million for the first time ever, state figures released Friday show.
B. Riley Financial Inc. (RILY) has promoted Perry Mandarino to the new position of senior managing director and head of corporate finance.
Shares of Monster Digital Inc. rose nearly 40 percent after reporting quarterly financial results.
The Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks has named Matthew Fienup its new executive director, the college announced on Monday. Fienup assumes the post of center founder Bill Watkins, who recently retired from the university.
NetSol announced widening losses, while B. Riley and Trio-Tech report profitable quarters.
Capstone Turbine Corp. announced Tuesday a partnership with finance company Acresis to put together as much as $100 million for a product-financing program for Capstone distributors.
PennyMac Financial Services Inc. reported record quarterly revenue, while MRV Communications narrowed its loss during the third quarter.
Salem Media Group has acquired the product line of investment strategist Mike Turner, the company announced on Thursday
Just over a month after California Lutheran University’s economic research unit received national recognition, the school has announced that Executive Director Bill Watkins will retire after presenting his final outlook for Ventura County’s economy on Nov. 10. He has served the college seven years.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate rose slightly in September to 5 percent despite relatively strong job growth for the month, state figures released Friday show.
BlackLine Inc. has scheduled the launch its initial public offering on Oct. 28, according to the Nasdaq IPO calendar.