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Shares of shoe company Skechers USA rose in after-hours trading Wednesday after the company’s reported exceeded estimates.
Shares of Malibu toy firm Jakks Pacific fell nearly 14 percent Wednesday after the firm reported a deeper loss than analysts expected.
Mattel announced Monday it will sell “Thomas & Friends” toys directly to customers through a new catalog and website designed specifically for fans of toys based on the popular train-themed children’s program.
Love Culture, the fashion company that was part of the recent upswing in clothing manufacturing in Los Angeles, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Wednesday.
Private rocket company SpaceX of Hawthorne has moved a giant step closer towards its goal of launching rockets for the U.S. military.
Footwear maker Skechers USA announced Thursday that it has filed a federal lawsuit against Fila U.S.A., alleging that the latter company has infringed upon the patents and design of one of its products.
American Apparel cut a deal that with its main investor that will allow the downtown Los Angeles clothing manufacturer to pay off a loan and avoid a default and potential bankruptcy, the company announced Wednesday.
Shares in AeroVironment Inc. jumped more than 13 percent on Wednesday after reporting better than expected fourth quarter earnings.
Amgen Inc. has opted out of a collaborative agreement with Bind Therapeutics Inc., a company developing tiny particles that adhere to medicines and help the drugs circulate longer in the bloodstream and enter cells.
State lawmakers on Thursday approved expedited legislation designed to give the state the upper hand in landing subcontracts for a strategic bomber project.
A $2.8 billion contract for Boeing Co. to build NASA’s next generation rocket is good news for Aerojet Rocketdyne in Chatsworth.
One of American Apparel’s leading creditors may be attempting to engineer a sale of the company, according to a report in the New York Post.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given Breakthrough Therapy Designation status to blinatumomab, a drug in development at Amgen Inc. for treating certain cancers.
MannKind Corp. on Friday finally secured government approval to sell its Afrezza brand of inhalable insulin.
American Apparel will have to pay a $10 million loan in full after the company’s request to stay out of default was denied, Bloomberg reported Friday.