Mediha DiMartino covers retail and manufacturing. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Workers in the city of Los Angeles and in unincorporated areas of L.A. County got a bigger paycheck last month.
Hollywood Bed & Spring Mfg. Co. Inc., a 75-year-old bed frame manufacturer, just completed its first acquisition.
Brandon Steven Motors acquired Honda of Downtown Los Angeles for $80 million. It’s the Wichita, Kan.-based dealership chain’s 13th store and its first in California.
U.S. Auto Parts Network Inc. saw the sixth-biggest jump in rankings in the Business Journal’s list of largest public companies this year, climbing 31 spots, from No. 111 in 2019 to No. 80 in 2020.
Company surprises analysts with second-quarter revenue
Footwear and apparel manufacturer Skechers USA Inc. reported second-quarter sales that beat Wall Street expectations.
The Paycheck Protection Program is on track to preserve 1.2 million jobs in L.A. County.
It looks like June gloom will continue to hover over the San Pedro Bay ports into the foreseeable future.
After Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti shut down all nonessential businesses in March, many apparel manufacturers circumvented his Safer at Home order by pivoting to making personal protection equipment.
Just four months after picking up Lincoln Heights-based Forever 21 Inc., Simon Property Group Inc., is about to acquire another locally based retailer.
Sometimes, ignoring advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention pays off.