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Cargo volume at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach fell last month compared with the same period last year, the latest figures show.
There’s no more questioning who will be the new head at Guess Inc.
Monrovia drone maker AeroVironment Inc. posted better-than-expected earnings Tuesday, thanks to strong sales of its unmanned aircraft.
The Port of Los Angeles said it would start work this summer on a two-year, $67 million project to upgrade several berths at Yusen Terminals.
Anheuser-Busch is investing $20 million at its Van Nuys brewery to improve water efficiency in the filtering, brewing and packaging operations.
El Segundo toy maker Mattel Inc. has recently started selling a tiny version of Tesla Motors’ flagship electric luxury sedan, the Model S.
May container cargo movement at the Port of Long Beach reached its highest level since October, officials reported Wednesday.
Every little bit helps. The Port of Los Angeles saw a less than 1 percent increase in container cargo movement last month compared to the year-ago period, though the increase was due to a large volume of empty containers heading back overseas.
H.J. Heinz Co. is shutting down its condiments and sauces plant in Chatsworth and laying off 145 employees, the San Fernando Valley Business Journal has learned.
Pasadena’s Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. is getting in on the Port of Long Beach’s $1.3 billion Middle Harbor project.
United Oil, a major operator of convenience stores and gas stations in Southern California, will vastly expand its operations across the Western United States after acquiring Pacific Convenience & Fuels of Pleasanton.
Skincare company Murad Inc. said it filed a lawsuit Monday against CVS Health Corp. alleging the retail pharmacy chain has been selling its products without the El Segundo firm’s permission.
Nathan Langer, who survived the Holocaust and went on to found Langer Juice Co., died Wednesday at the age of 86.
Gordon Marshall, the founder of electronics giant Marshall Industries and a University of Southern California trustee for whom the institution’s business school was named, died Tuesday in Pasadena at the age of 95.
The owner of a Los Angeles import-expo business pleaded guilty Friday to federal felony charges in connection with a black market money laundering scheme.