Cherokee Inc. suffers earnings miss. Interlink Electronics Inc. makes management changes.
American Homes 4 Rent announced on Wednesday a $100 million secondary offering of preferred shares.
A moratorium on adult film production remained in effect on Wednesday as industry professionals awaited testing results related to an adult performer who tested positive for HIV.
Walt Disney Co.’s new Shanghai resort is not scheduled to open until 2015 but already there is talk of expanding it, according to media reports on Tuesday.
NBCUniversal received a boost for its technology coverage on Monday with the announcement that the media company signed a deal for a news website with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher of AllThingsD, according to a media report.
Aluminum wheel manufacturer Superior Industries International Inc. announced Monday it would pay out a quarterly dividend of 18 cents a share.
Energy: Palmdale’s proposal opposed by neighboring city.
Energy: Palmdale wants a gas-solar power plant – but Lancaster doesn’t.
Lending: 1st Enterprise ramps up Woodland Hills office opened in spring.
A low-profile business bank is raising awareness by putting more bankers on the street.
Northridge mall tries tablet-equipped carts for children.
Aviation: The first corporate Airbus CJ318 will fly from Van Nuys.
The defense electronics system division of Alliant Techsystems Inc. will begin relocating from Woodland Hills to Northridge at the end of the month.
The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority decided on Monday to scale back the commercial development of land it owns adjacent to the Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners on Monday approved the transfer of leases at Van Nuys Airport from Maguire Aviation to Signature Flight Support.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners is scheduled Monday to vote on approving a transfer of leases for property at Van Nuys Airport from Maguire Aviation to Signature Flight Support.
President Barack Obama visited the campus of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. in Glendale on Tuesday, getting a first-hand look at how the studio makes its feature films.
Aurora Capital Group on Friday completed its acquisition of National Technical Systems Inc., a product engineering and testing company.
Galpin Auto Sports is spotlighting historical involvement with tricked-out cars and trucks at the L.A. Auto Show taking place this week at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
What led you to start your own company? Matthew Smith: I was previously an entrepreneur before going back to college in my mid-20s.
Retail: Center attracts Dick’s, will do $10 million makeover.
Retail: Dick’s Sporting Goods is opening a store at the Antelope Valley Mall.
Automotive: Galpin Auto Sports’ GTR1 supercar has style.
Production: Allan Smith takes extreme measure for mountain-climbing film.
Most filmmakers will go to incredible lengths in support of their art but few would likely go the lengths that Allan Smith did for the documentary “Eight Summits.”
Camarillo firm creates buzz with campaign showing mixed couple.
Advertising: Camarillo company puts up another controversial billboard.
What makes you company unusual or unique? Jason Lau: We are still the only place to offer traditional martial arts and CrossFit under one roof in the San Fernando Valley and possibly Southern California.
What makes your company unusual? Taylor Chien: The Dji phantom is brand new and has changed the way people take pictures and video.
Walt Disney Co.’s Pixar Animation Studio cute about 5 percent of its workforce following a delay in the release of the studio’s next film, according to a report Friday.
A federal appeals court has upheld lower court decision giving Warner Bros. Entertainment’s DC Comics the ownership of the Superman character.
Wesco Aircraft Holdings Inc., a Valencia supplier of aircraft parts, reported fiscal fourth quarter results on Thursday that met analysts’ estimates.
Shareholders of National Technical Systems approved Tuesday a merger with private investment firm Aurora Capital Group.
Aircraft charter and management firm company Jet Edge International has added four business jets to its fleet.
Lancaster has been named one of L.A. County’s Most Business Friendly Cities by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.
A federal regulator has lifted a consent order at Santa Clara Valley Bank.
Trio-Tech International and Qualstar Corp. both reported losses on Thursday in their fiscal first quarters.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. is opening a store in the Antelope Valley Mall to become the newest anchor tenant of the Palmdale retail center, officials announced Wednesday.
The owners of a Glendale post-production house pleaded guilty on Tuesday to embezzling from their employees' retirement plan and failing to pay taxes.
Computer storage company DataDirect Networks will supply computer storage systems to the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico.
Marvel Entertainment’s “Thor: The Dark World” brought in $86 million in domestic box office in its opening weekend, the fourth highest for the year.
Manufacturing: Billionaire Al Mann sells battery-maker Quallion.
CEO is older than his collectable cars but beats younger rivals.
Automotive: On weekends, Si Robin is a vintage race car driver.
Karenjo Goodwin and Michael Crump are a couple who separately run two fast- growing companies. So how does that work?
Q&A: Married couple Michael Crump and Karenjo Goodwin each run a growth company.
Finance: Should a company bankroll growth with private equity, loans or crowdfunding?
Aerospace fastener manufacturer Morton Manufacturing held a grand opening Friday of its new plant in Lancaster
Walt Disney Co. reported strong fourth quarter earnings on Thursday, the same day it announced a new deal to provide Marvel superhero series to Netflix Inc.
The City of Lancaster is collaborating with two solar companies on a 16-acre solar farm that will generate 4 megawatts of electricity.
Biomed services provider enBio opened its first satellite office this month in Colorado to better serve the Rocky Mountain region.
Electric-vehicle manufacturer BYD Co. Ltd. defended itself on Monday from charges that it did not comply with minimum wage laws for engineers working at its Lancaster plant and North American headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
National Technical Systems Inc. announced on Monday a five-year agreement to provide engineering and test services for U.K. aerospace and defense company Meggitt PLC.
Burbank Bob Hope Airport increased security on Friday following a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport that left one victim dead and several injured, including the gunman, who was in critical condition.
Fidelity Creditor Service Inc., a Glendale collection agency, has acquired another San Fernando Valley debt collection firm, its eighth such acquisition since 2005, the company announced
DC Comics will move its operations from New York City to the Warner Bros Studios lot in Burbank in 2015, according to media reports.
Chinese electric bus manufacturer BYD Co. Ltd. has hired an international law firm to represent its U.S. division in an ongoing investigation by the California Department of Industrial Relations into workplace violations, the company said Wednesday.
Internet service provider and flower and gifts retailer United Online Inc. reported mixed results for the third quarter, beating analyst estimates on revenue but falling short on earnings per share, the company reported Wednesday.