Downtown’s RBB Bancorp joined the ranks of public companies Wednesday with an $86 million initial public offering on the Nasdaq.
Silicon Beach Report July 26: Global Eagle to Cancel $416 Million Deal With Chinese Firm Over National Security Concerns
Global Eagle to cancel $416 million deal with Chinese firm over national security concerns, Guidance Software acquired for $240 million, and Elon Musk reveals car elevator at Boring Co. site.
Burlingame-based electric bus manufacturer Proterra Inc. commemorated its new manufacturing facility in City of Industry on Wednesday.
National security concerns have forced Global Eagle Entertainment, an in-flight Wi-Fi service, to cancel a $416 million investment agreement with China’s Beijing Shareco Technologies to create a new joint venture for the Chinese market.
Downtown L.A. restaurant and coffee roaster Urth Caffé is moving its central kitchen and headquarters to Hawthorne, the company announced Tuesday.
The iconic Bradbury House at 102 Ocean Way in Pacific Palisades has sold for $12 million to a local woman who intends to make it her primary residence, according to John Aaroe Group, which represented the seller.
Modular construction startup Emagispace raises $4.2 million, ABC News forms production partnership with ATTN:, and Elon Musk disses Mark Zuckerberg’s understanding of the dangers of artificial intelligence.
The Annenberg Foundation has awarded downtown’s Music Center a $3 million grant to advance arts education, the center announced Tuesday.
Internet Brands to buy WebMD for $2.8 billion, Hulu names Google veteran as marketing executive, and ‘Game of Thrones’ Snapchat lens reaches 45 million people.
Long Beach-based Molina Healthcare Inc. plans to cut 1,400 jobs in the next few months, Reuters reported Monday.
Platinum Equity deployed more of its $6.5 billion flagship Fund Monday, announcing an agreement to purchase United Site Services for an undisclosed sum.
Internet Brands Inc. of El Segundo announced an agreement Monday to acquire online medical information company WebMD for $2.8 billion.
Spanish-language broadcaster Entravision Communications Corp. has entered into an agreement with OTA Broadcasting to acquire Palm Springs stations KMIR-TV, an NBC affiliate, along with KPSE-LA, a MyNetworkTV affiliate, for $21 million.
Cinq Music raises $20 million Series B, Snap Inc. selling Spectacles in Harrods of London, and Snap Inc. hires Swiss team behind anti-reverse engineering software.
Beverly Hills-based biotechnology company Capricor Therapeutics was this week’s biggest mover, gaining 92.65 percent to end at $1.31. Social Reality Inc. was also among this week’s biggest movers. The Los Angeles-based internet advertising company rose 19.17 percent to end at $1.43. Santa Monica-based automotive pricing and information website True Car Inc. was this week’s biggest loser, dropping 7.42 percent to end at $19.96.
L.A. County’s unemployment rate remained unchanged in June from May’s record low 4.4 percent as a seasonal drop in education payrolls offset modest hiring in other sectors.
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has received a $3 million investment from philanthropists Teresa and Byron Pollitt for an endowed chair position as the director of CHLA’s Fetal and Neonatal Institute.
L.A. County’s total assessed property values rose 6 percent over the past year to a record $1.47 trillion, marking the seventh consecutive year of property value growth, County Assessor Jeffrey Prang announced late Thursday.
Downtown-based electric vehicle maker seeks $66 million contract.
Electric bus maker BYD sweetens deal for MTA contract.
Adult beverage sales seen as key to increasing movie attendance.
Movie theaters try to lure customers with increased alcohol sales.