Netflix has expanded its vaccine mandate to include employees and visitors at the company's offices.
Walt Disney Animation Studios plans to open a production facility in Vancouver.
B. Riley Financial has acquired the investment advisory business of Dallas-based 272 Capital.
Ryff Inc., an advertising technology startup, has raised $11.7 million in funding.
Backstage Capital plans to raise venture capital for its newest fund, Opportunity Fund I.
Fast-casual restaurant chains Tender Greens and Tocaya have agreed to merge.
Caltech has received $100 million in donations from real estate mogul Donald Bren.
Blue Origin lost its bid to block SpaceX from a nearly $3 billion NASA contract to land astronauts on the moon.
Hawthorne-based private air carrier Surf Air Mobility Corp. has embarked on an ambitious plan to grab the lead in the race to decarbonize air travel.
Burbank-based ZestFinance Inc. is focused on developing credit underwriting standards and software to improve credit scoring methods.
Bookstores were hit hard during Covid lockdowns, but Malik Books — an independent African American bookstore — managed to stay afloat and branch out.
After a 24-month hiatus, the Los Angeles Auto Show is getting ready to take over the Los Angeles Convention Center come November.
Hawthorne-based Space Exploration Technologies Corp. has been awarded a $178 million contract by NASA for its mission to investigate Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons.
A well-heeled Santa Monica-based private equity investment manager has raised more than $2.3 billion to buy logistics-related real estate.
Culver City-based mobile gaming company Jam City Inc., which canceled plans for a SPAC merger last week, will continue to pursue a public offering.
Sawtelle-based gaming studio That’s No Moon Entertainment Inc. launched July 28 with a $100 million investment from Smilegate Entertainment, a global game development company based in Seoul, South Korea.
Pasadena-based consulting and engineering firm Tetra Tech Inc. has added to its British collection.
It’s quite an ironic company exit.
Downtown-based City National Bank has opened more branches during the pandemic, a move that other banks have shied away from as they’ve embraced closures.
Hope Bancorp Inc., the Koreatown-based holding company of Bank of Hope, announced plans to repurchase up to $50 million of its common stock.