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Occidental Petroleum Corp. is considering selling up to 40 percent of its Middle East operations, according to a Friday news report.
Strong U.S. retail sales helped Cherokee Inc. beat analysts forecasts for its fiscal second quarter profit, the company said Thursday.
Dole Food Co. said Wednesday that it did not receive any offers higher than the proposal from its 90-year-old chief executive to go private.
Farmer Bros. Co. said Wednesday that it would restate its quarterly and annual financial statements for three full fiscal years in order to correct errors in accounting for the company's postretirement benefit obligations.
Clearlake Capital Group on Tuesday said that it completed the acquisition of Futuris Automotive from Elders Limited.
Kinkisharyo International Inc., which plans to open a Palmdale factory to build light rail cars, is moving its U.S. headquarters to El Segundo from Masssachusetts, according to a Friday news report.
Two city councilmen in Los Angeles on Wednesday proposed a moratorium on the controversial practice of fracking within Los Angeles city limits.
ENERGY: Coda offshoot to adapt technology for vehicle-charging station.
Car-charging station deal could rev up interest in battery technology from failed auto maker Coda.
AeroVironment Inc. reported a big drop in revenue in its fiscal first quarter as orders for its unmanned drone aircraft continued to slow.
Japanese light rail manufacturer Kinkisharyo International is looking to hire more than 150 employees for its Palmdale facility.
MANUFACTURING: Revitalized work-glove maker Ironclad to try on overseas markets.
Improved financials spur glove-maker Ironclad to try its hand in more overseas markets.
ELECTRONICS: DTS stock drops after company lowers annual guidance.
DTS shares fall as the audio technology firm dials back its guidance for the year.
Semtech Corp. reported a better-than-expected fiscal second quarter profit, but was cautious about prospects, citing inventory issues at some smartphone manufacturers that use its semiconductors.
Guess Inc. late Wednesday said that it named its chief information officer, Michael Relich, to the position of chief operating officer.
A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. has acquired a Nebraska company that makes automated laboratory equipment.