Staff Reporter (Retail, Nonprofits)
Helen covers retail, hospitality and nonprofits in the greater Valley region.
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A chokehold on housing development threatens to knock California from its position as a national leader for economic growth, according to a report published Thursday by the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University.
Software-as-a-service firm Vroozi Inc. in Sherman Oaks announced Wednesday that it has appointed former software executive Greg Butterfield as chairman of its board of directors.
Event organizers hope to replicate small city format elsewhere.
North Hollywood celebrates natural food with its own festival.
MARKETING: Promotion for Armenian genocide film will reach shoppers for free.
Top Caruso executives met with representatives of the Glendale chapter of the Armenian National Committee of America, or ANCA, in early September to address concerns about the relationship between the Armenian community and the luxury retail developer’s Americana at Brand shopping center in Glendale.
INTERNET: She automated management of her vacation house and plans to share the system.
Nomadness Rentals’ software appeals to small landlords.
SPORTS: Pivotal year for PGA tournament in Thousand Oaks.
Will PGA championship in Thousand Oaks become an annual event?
The business community put local leaders on the hot seat Thursday at the Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Valley luncheon, an annual panel discussion that gives businesses the chance to pose questions about public policy to San Fernando Valley legislators.
One of the three just-completed buildings in Valencia that make up the Valencia Gateway V project has been leased to Vision Media Management & Fulfillment, according to CBRE Group Inc.
Los Angeles County once again failed to halt natural gas operations at the Southern California Gas Co.’s Aliso Canyon facilities, after the state Supreme Court on Wednesday said it would not review a lower court’s decision that permitted limited operations at the site.
The stock of Cherokee Global Brands (CHKE) fell to a five-year low Friday, a day after the company disclosed financial results for its second fiscal quarter of 2018.