LA BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 66 points on Friday to close at 17,501. The S&P 500 rose 12 points to 2,052. The Nasdaq rose 57 points to 4,767. The LABJ stock index rose two points to 226 points.
West L.A.-based Canary Health, a developer of patient health-management software, has acquired mental health program bLife in an all stock deal. Terms were not disclosed.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 91 points on Thursday to close at 17,435. The S&P 500 fell 8 points to 2,040. The Nasdaq fell 27 points to 4,712. The LABJ stock index fell two points to 223 points.
Photo-messaging app Snapchat is reportedly preparing to launch a Facebook-like newsfeed.
Century City-based entertainment distribution company Cinedigm Corp. has reached a deal to to buy nearly all of the content owned by StoryBox.tv, a family-friendly, multi-platform streaming service based in Utah.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 3 points on Wednesday to close at 17,527. The S&P 500 stayed flat at 2,048. The Nasdaq rose 23 points to 4,739. The LABJ stock index fell one point to 225 points.
The U.S. Supreme Court has handed people-directory site Spokeo of Pasadena a victory in its defense of a class-action lawsuit alleging the company should be held financially liable for publishing false information.
The average starting salary for college graduates in Los Angeles is about $54,000 – 12 percent higher than entry-level salaries across the nation, according to a study released Tuesday by Century City executive search firm Korn Ferry.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 181 points on Tuesday to close at 17,530. The S&P 500 fell 19 points to 2,047. The Nasdaq fell 60 points to 4,716. The LABJ stock index fell three points to 226 points.
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Gannett Co. has increased its offer to acquire Tribune Publishing, the corporate parent of the Los Angeles Times.
L.A. oil firm Breitburn Energy Partners filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday after attempting to stave off insolvency for months. Breitburn Chief Executive Hal Washburn said in a statement the company had enough capital to continue its operations as normal during restructuring efforts.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 175 points on Monday to close at 17,711. The S&P 500 rose 20 points to 2,067. The Nasdaq rose 58 points to 4,775. The LABJ stock index rose one point to 230 points.
Snapchat, Inc. appears to be in the process filtering into a large spot at the Santa Monica Airport, close to its Venice headquarters.
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Beverly Hills private equity firm Gores Group announced Monday it will sell portfolio firm Hay Group, a Bad Sobernheim, Germany-based producer of high-precision forged and machined steel automotive parts, to Toyohashi, Japan manufacturer of automotive components Musashi Seimitsu. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Westwood investment firm St. Cloud Capital announced Monday it has invested in urgent care clinic manager Stat Health of Long Island, N.Y. Financial terms were not disclosed. Santa Monica investment firm Clearlake Capital Group announced Tuesday it will acquire Irvine software provider Vision Solutions Inc. from San Francisco private equity firm Thoma Bravo. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.