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The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California has ordered that a Mid-City Los Angeles seafood company, Neptune Manufacturing Inc., shut its business and destroy all its seafood until it puts in place an approved food-safety program, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday.
Kinkisharyo International reached an agreement on Tuesday with labor and community groups that will keep light rail manufacturing jobs in Palmdale and not take them out of state.
Shoppers polled for the National Retail Federation’s annual Holiday Top Toys Survey have chosen dolls from Walt Disney Co.’s “Frozen” as their top gift choice for girls. It marks the first time in 11 years that Mattel Inc.’s Barbie doll did not take the top spot.
Nellson Nutraceutical, an Irwindale nutrition bar and powder maker, plans to acquire Le Groupe Multibar Inc., a Montreal-based manufacturer of nutritional and snack bars, Nellson announced Monday.
Henrik Fisker is expected to announce plans for a new muscle car with a body made of carbon fiber during an appearance at the Los Angeles Auto Show today. Fisker is working with Galpin Motors Inc. in Los Angeles on the project, according to Beau Boeckmann, the auto dealeship’s president and chief operating officer.
The explosion last month of an unmanned rocket made by Orbital Sciences Corp. is delaying its planned merger with Alliant Techsystems Inc.
Agriculture shippers are the latest group to call on President Barack Obama to intervene in the delays affecting West Coast ports.
The Port of Los Angeles saw cargo volume rise 4.6 percent in October over the same month a year ago, the agency reported Monday.
Thanks to falling oil prices, shares of Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s forthcoming California spinoff are trading off-exchange well below analysts’ earlier expectations.
Malibu toymaker Jakks Pacific Inc. announced on Tuesday that it has formed a joint venture with Meisheng Culture and Creative Corp. to bring its products to China.
American Apparel announced a substantial quarterly loss on Monday, but a large part of that was due to one-time charges relating to an internal investigation of former chief executive Dov Charney.
Two investors who helped finance the purchase of Freedom Communications in 2012 have asked a court to put the media company’s operations into receivership.
The Pacific Maritime Association is accusing the International Longshore and Warehouse Union of orchestrating a deliberate slowdown of container movement at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, after initiating similar actions earlier this week at the ports of Seattle and Tacoma.
West Hollywood’s Medbox Inc., a maker of marijuana dispensing machines, has added a former FBI assistant director of security to its board of directors.
Avery Dennison saw shares of its stock rise on Friday, following a strong third-quarter earnings report and the appointment of Mitchell R. Butier as the company’s new president and chief operating officer.