The San Fernando Business Journal on Wednesday gave awards to 10 standout local chief financial officers and human resource professionals.
Santa Clarita, Thousand Oaks and Burbank ranked among the top 15 in a Verizon Business report that looked at the country’s most “business-ready” cities.
Los Angeles County and the rest of California will reopen the economy after nearly 15 months of varying public health restrictions.
FloQast, the accounting software developer, said Wednesday it has opened a new office in London to better serve customers in Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
Shares of SRAX Inc. gained after the company announced it will join the Russell Microcap Index at the end of the month.
The Cal/OSHA Standards Board last week announced guidelines that will continue to require masks for many workers, even those who are vaccinated, extending regulations beyond Gov. Gavin Newsom’s directive to reopen the state economy on June 15.
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The Wallace Firm in Encino has partnered with the Los Angeles Rams in Agoura Hills to launch the WallaceWins.com Heart & Hustle Award for local heroes.
he Business Journal this month is publishing small profiles of local Asian-American business owners.
American Homes 4 Rent plans to sell 16.3 million shares in a secondary public offering that will raise about $599 million.
Nicholas Roxborough, partner at the law firm Roxborough Pomerance Nye & Adreani in Woodland Hills, has been appointed to the California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation.
Westlake Village-based small business mortgage provider Velocity Financial Inc. has closed its first securitization of 2021.
Westlake Village fintech company SRAX Inc. has launched an investor community through its new online platform Sequire.
Los Angeles Economic Development Corp. reported indicators of a strengthening economic recovery in the county during its monthly economic briefing.