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American International Group Inc. on Monday said that it has given a Chinese consortium until the end of July to complete the $4.8 billion purchase of International Lease Finance Corp., after the consortium missed a Friday deadline.
Executive search firm Korn/Ferry International reported higher net income in its fourth quarter ended April 30.
American States Water Co. said that its Golden State Water subsidiary has acquired Rural Water Co. in San Luis Obispo County.
Husband and wife aim to spin pizza franchise into family business.
Retirees Bob and Judy Fox look to continue to make dough with their Papa Murphy’s pizza shop.
Yogurt chain Menchie’s continues to pile on franchise locations.
Menchie’s pours it on as the frozen yogurt chain maintains an aggressive expansion pace.
Ben M. Davidson’s friends were surprised to see him quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover story last month about the collapse of global law firm Howrey.
SOFTWARE: Long Beach police swept up in market expansion by Laserfiche.
Laserfiche continues to seek and find new customers for its document-handling products.
VACANCY: Farmers’ move of HQ to Woodland Hills lifts vacancy to 70 percent.
The departure of Farmers Insurance Group from its longtime Wilshire Boulevard headquarters is a blow to the already struggling Park Mile submarket.
OP-ED: Governor’s approach to funding schools underscores importance of other kinds of economic intervention.
Kofi Sefa-Boakye laments the loss of Community Redevelopment Agencies.
Farmers Insurance Group, a fixture on Wilshire Boulevard since the Great Depression, is moving its headquarters to the San Fernando Valley, the company announced late Tuesday.
DINING: CPK looks to ax longtime relationship as part of cost cutting.
California Pizza Kitchen looks to shake soda deal with Pepsi as part of the chain’s cost-cutting strategy.
Rubicon Project’s Frank Addante aspires to snatch cyberspace crown from Internet leader Google.
Internet ad pioneer Frank Addante is confident he can expand his cyberspace territory.
Don’t kill the state law called Micra: It has been a life saver for California’s medical industry, Charles Crumpley writes.
Nexicore Services plans to lay off 108 employees at its Simi Valley headquarters, according to a notice filed with the state Employee Development Department.