Mattel Inc. is adding to its roster of preschool brands, signing a multiyear global licensing agreement to create a full line of Fisher-Price toys based on “Gus — The Itsy Bitsy Knight.”
Rehrig Pacific Co. said it will sell a line of products, including plastic pails, to Polyethylene Containers Inc. in Arkansas.
Southwest Airlines will start five new flights at Long Beach Airport in March, the carrier's biggest move since it won new slots at the airport.
Hawaiian Airlines is adding flights at Long Beach and Ontario International airports starting in March.
The region’s airports were expecting a major boost from Thanksgiving weekend travel, with bookings at their highest level since the pandemic began and airlines planning significant increases in flights.
With the latest safer-at-home orders, food truck owners and workers could be in for an even tougher ride in coming weeks.
Some 30,000 children stopped by Santa’s house last year at the Americana at Brand in Glendale. This year is dramatically different for L.A. County malls and their Santas.
MeUndies Inc. received a fresh injection of capital this month to expand its popular online underwear subscription service.
A Rancho Dominguez-based freight forwarding company’s latest deal was decades in the making.
Anastasia Beverly Hills Inc. has figured out a way to increase international sales.
Passenger traffic at three of the region’s commercial airports continued to slowly claw back from this spring’s pandemic-induced collapse.
When Dana Camarillo realized her family wouldn’t go on their usual summer vacation because of the pandemic, she looked to create a relaxing getaway in her West Los Angeles backyard.
Kip’s Toyland, the oldest toy store in Los Angeles, has witnessed a lot of changes during its 75 years but nothing quite like the Covid-19 pandemic.
Even with 25% of its restaurants closed, FAT Brands Inc. reported a jump in quarter-over-quarter revenue during the third quarter, but the results still trailed 2019’s third quarter.
As they head into the holidays, local businesses will have to contend with stricter pandemic regulations — and they could tighten even further.