Downey-based Kirkhill Manufacturing Co., makers of rubber compounds used by the aerospace, medical and automotive industries has been acquired by Swedish competitor, Hexpol, for $49 million.
Duke Realty Corp., an Indianapolis-based real estate investment company, has purchased a 25.5-acre lot at 13131 Los Angeles St. in Irwindale from a private seller for an undisclosed amount, downtown Los Angeles-based commercial real estate brokerage firm CBRE Group Inc. announced.
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The Studio, a downtown-based apparel manufacturer raised an $11 million Series A round led by Silicon Valley-based Ignition Partners.
BioSig Technologies Inc., a medical device company based in West Los Angeles, will trade shares of its common stock on the Nasdaq Capital Market beginning Friday, Sept. 21.
Discovery Practice Management Inc., an Orange County-based health company doing business as the Center for Discovery, has opened a new Glendale clinic to treat eating disorders.
Long Beach-based logistics company Cal Cartage Co. was ordered to pay $3.5 million to more than 1,400 of its workers for violating labor laws.
A judge denied Sept. 18 LA Weekly publisher Brian Calle’s attempt to take out of the public record a lawsuit that LA Weekly co-owner David Welch filed against Calle and other LA Weekly investors.
PacWest Bancorp, a Beverly Hills bank holding company, acquired El Dorado Savings Bank in a deal valued at $466.7 million, according to a press release.
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously voted for the drafting of legislation that will ban the sale and manufacture of fur-related products in the city.
United Kingdom-based augmented reality firm WaveOptics Ltd. announced Sept. 17 it will open its first United States operation headquarters in Manhattan Beach.
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Pasadena engineering firm Tetra Tech Inc. announced Sept. 18 that the U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded the company a $21 million, five-year contract to provide sustainability management and biodiversity conservation services in Cambodia.
SnapMD Inc., a telemedicine company based in Glendale, announced Sept. 18 it had raised $7.1 million in series B funding.
A researcher at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has received a $2.3 million federal grant to study bone loss associated with cerebral palsy, the hospital announced Sept. 18.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Sept. 17 signed a bill to decriminalize sidewalk vending and give cities the right to set up permit systems for street vendors.
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Josh Roth, who founded United Talent Agency’s Fine Arts Department, passed away at 40 years old, according to a company announcement Sept. 17.
Chatsworth Products Inc., based in Westlake Village, announced Sept. 17 it received three innovation awards from the annual Cabling Installation and Maintenance Innovators Awards.
The Compton area is keeping two of its business tenants, each of whom renewed leases for their corporate headquarters.