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It’s easy to oversimplify U.S.-China trade relations as a story of scrap materials going overseas while finished products come back, but the reality is becoming more complicated.
Monrovia’s AeroVironment Inc. on Wednesday reported earnings that fell short of analysts’ expectations.
Teledyne Technologies Inc. announced Wednesday it will acquire Bolt Technology Corp., a manufacturer of marine equipment used in energy exploration and other purposes, in a deal valued at $171 million.
Amgen Inc. announced on Thursday that it will seek U.S. government approval to sell pipeline drug evolocumab that has significantly reduced cholesterol for patients in clinical trials.
Amgen Inc. announced on Wednesday that the Food and Drug Administration has granted priority review to ivabradine, an oral drug for the treatment of chronic heart failure.
El Segundo semiconductor company International Rectifier Corp. announced Wednesday it will be acquired by a German chip maker for $40 per share in a $3 billion all-cash deal. Layoffs are expected.
Northrop Grumman’s aerospace division in Redondo Beach announced Tuesday it has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to create a model of an experimental space plane.
American Apparel reported on Monday that it narrowed its loss for the second quarter although it was still deeper than expected.
Officials for the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach released data for July’s cargo volumes on Friday.
Superior Industries International Inc. announced on Friday that preliminary results indicate the company’s slate of candidates will be elected to the board of directors.
Thousand Oaks pharmaceuticals firm Amgen announced a double dose of bad news Wednesday in the form of a trial setback and a recall.
Westwood pharmaceuticals firm Puma Biotechnology on Monday reported a deeper net loss during the second quarter as the firm substantially increased its research and development expenses amid efforts to bring its breast cancer drug to market.
Nestle USA announced on Tuesday it is shutting down its Chatsworth plant that manufactures Hot Pockets and will move the operation to an expanding facility in Mt. Sterling, Ky. Up to 360 workers could lose their jobs.
Amgen Inc. announced on Monday positive human trial results for a cancer drug that was the focus of a multibillion dollar acquisition last year.
Southern California Edison has signed contracts with solar and geothermal energy producers representing more than 1,500 megawatts of power.