Culver City seafood supplier Rubicon Resources has been acquired by High Liner Foods Inc. in a deal valued at $107 million, Rubicon announced Wednesday.
DEVELOPMENT: Village complex also will bring retail.
USC’s dorm project could serve as a wake-up call that brings investment into the area.
VIDEO: Hollywood-style production big selling point for Path Content Group.
Path Content Group frames its recorded interviews as Hollywood-level productions.
FOOD: Parent company of Soylent piles up $50 million in Series B funding round.
Meal-replacement drink manufacturer Rosa Foods Inc., maker of the Soylent food alternative, has raised a $50 million Series B round led by GV (formerly Google Ventures) with participation from Tao Capital Partners as well as prior investors Lerer Hippeau Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz.
Venture capital firm’s deal for snack maker gives gang reform program a taste of the equity.
Coffee shop part of roaster F. Gaviña & Sons’ expansion plans
Roaster F. Gaviña & Sons looks to heat up its revenue by opening a downtown café.
NONPROFIT: Center hopes new ‘Body Worlds’ exhibit can live up to run in 2004.
California Science Center seeks lively attendance with the return of “Body Worlds” cadavers.
FILM: Shorter content in play as studios look to hook customers outside theaters.
Trailer producers hope to make the cut with shorter teasers aimed at online viewers.
HOSPITALITY: Arrival of Wilshire Grand Center could overshadow rivals’ business.
Wilshire Grand Center has no reservations about checking in to L.A.’s thriving hotel scene.
Westwood’s oldest hotel is slated for a makeover. The 55-room Claremont Hotel on Tiverton Avenue, built in 1940, has sold for $12.25 million to Shamina Investments, which intends to give the building its first major renovation, the new owner said Wednesday.
Randy’s Donuts finds a sweet spot in Century City for first expansion.
French multinational food company Bonduelle acquired Irwindale prepackaged salad maker Ready Pac Foods Inc. last week for $409 million.
A final $60.5 million judgement was issued against RadPad Inc. after the upstart was found liable for unlawfully scraping apartment listings and spamming users of rival Craigslist Inc.
There are some boldface names behind the opening of the Nobu Ryokan hotel on Carbon Beach in Malibu later this month.
New city of L.A. trash-hauling system will dump higher pickup costs on some property owners.