Woodland Hills financial advisory firm CNM LLP announced Thursday the opening of a new office in San Diego.
Entertainment accounting firm Cast & Crew has acquired Sargent-Disc, a United Kingdom-based provider of payroll and accounting software for film and television clients.
Squar Milner, one of the largest independent accounting firms in California, announced Friday that it will be combining with Woodland Hills-based SRG, making Squar Milner the third largest accounting firm in the San Fernando Valley area.
Matthew Fienup, executive director of the Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University, shared his annual breakdown of the dynamics affecting the economy on the national, state and Ventura County levels.
The Bank of Santa Clarita on Thursday announced a proposed three-for-two stock split of its common stock.
NetSol Technologies Inc. missed Wall Street expectations, while Interlink Electronics Inc. saw an increase in revenue and earnings in the third quarter.
The Business Journal’s Fastest Growing list represents the diversity of the Valley economy.
A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of the Barney’s chain of fashion stores to Authentic Brands Group and its financial partner B. Riley Financial in Woodland Hills.
Southern California Edison cut electricity for nearly 23,000 customers in Ventura County Wednesday as a precautionary measure against the Easy Fire.
The Business Journal honored the 50 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Valley region on Tuesday, with Encino-based Caulipower Inc. named as the top company on the annual list.
B. Riley Financial Inc. on Wednesday announced it has established a nearly $117 million investment portfolio for fashion brands.
The news was muted yet hopeful from the Business Forecast Conference presented by Valley Industry & Commerce Association Friday morning at the Universal Hilton in Universal City.
In its latest bout of weather-related public safety power shutoffs, Southern California Edison on Thursday cut electricity to more than 4,300 customers in Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.4 percent in September as education-related hiring offset declines in several other sectors.