LA BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS
Dating app Tinder is headed for an IPO.
Consumer 3-D printing companies have struggled lately to balance consumer expectations and price, but New Matter thinks it has found the sweet spot.
Cornerstone OnDemand wants to give its customers ideas worth spreading.
Reviving a dispute that played a role in the recently settled fight between port operators and longshore workers, two groups representing trucking companies now claim a program under which truck trailers used to haul containers are inspected by the dockworkers’ union violates federal law.
Make that coffee extra large: L.A. chain Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, which started with a single Brentwood store in 1963, is now opening its 1,000th location.
A Los Angeles City Council committee recommended on Tuesday giving exemptions from the city’s new minimum wage ordinance to certain non-profit organizations.
Downtown L.A.’s City National Bank on Wednesday released its second-quarter Economy and Jobs Report, which showed California is off to a strong start in 2015.
Media executive Peter Chernin’s TV operation is moving from Fox to NBCUniversal under a new two-year deal.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 178 points in Wednesday trading to close at 17,966. The S&P 500 fell 16 points to 2,109. The Nasdaq fell 38 points to 5,122. The LABJ Stock Index fell two points to 235.
Another advocacy group has signed off on the sale of Downtown L.A.’s City National Bank to Toronto’s Royal Bank of Canada, potentially easing the deal’s approval by regulators.
Ritter Pharmaceuticals Inc., developer of drugs to treat lactose intolerance, debuted on the Nasdaq today under the symbol RTTR.
Frank Addante explains the basics of programmatic advertising and why it has come to dominate the online advertising world, even as it remains a largely opaque corner of the market to the general public.
The legendary House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood will close on Aug. 7, according to a notice filed with the state Employment Development Department.
Anheuser-Busch is investing $20 million at its Van Nuys brewery to improve water efficiency in the filtering, brewing and packaging operations.
DreamWorks Animation’s AwesomenessTV online teen network has created a feature film division and picked a veteran entertainment industry executive to run it.
NantCell, the immuno-oncology subsidiary of billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong’s growing NantWorks health care technology empire, has acquired tissue and stem cell engineering firm VivaBioCell. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Snapchat has partnered with British advertising agency WPP and the U.K.’s Daily Mail to launch an advertising agency called Truffle Pig.
Magic Johnson Enterprises, the Beverly Hills investment firm founded by the Laker legend, announced Monday that it has completed the acquisition of a controlling stake in EquiTrust Life Insurance Co. in West Des Moines, Iowa.
Legacy Partners has expanded its presence in Southern California with the purchase of a 31-acre apartment complex on the Marina del Rey waterfront.
The Dow Jones industrial average rose 24 points in Tuesday trading to close at 18,144. The S&P 500 rose one point to 2,124. The Nasdaq rose six points to 5,160. The LABJ Stock Index rose one point to 237.