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Mobi Munch’s investment raising and corporate deals are helping steer food trucks into the mainstream.
Tetra Tech Inc. has acquired an Ohio provider of solid waste management services and a Canadian pipeline services company.
Brentwood Associates has sold Pacific Island Restaurants Inc., a large Pizza Hut and Taco Bell franchisee in the Pacific Rim, to the Century City private investment arm of Nazarian Enterprises.
Korn/Ferry International has completed its acquisition of Minneapolis staffing firm PDI Ninth House.
Several Los Angeles area attorneys were among a group of new judges appointed to the Los Angeles Superior Court by Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday.
Cardboard Firm Folds in Businesses
Used Cardboard Boxes repackages its business model to include corporate clients.
Employment: New savings benefit cost D&B Credibility big effort.
Malibu credit-monitoring firm had to work overtime to devise rare new employee benefit.
EXPANSION: Gary Urwin latest recruit for Edwards Wildman’s local office.
The recent hiring of commercial litigator Gary Urwin as a partner in Edwards Wildman Palmer LLP’s Beverly Hills office is a signal of the Boston firm’s aggressive new growth plans for the L.A. area.
Korn/Ferry International on Thursday reported better-than-expected fiscal second quarter profit. It also announced acquisition of a Minnesota staffing firm.
EXPANSION: O’Melveny and Paul Hastings latest to open outposts in Seoul.
Two more major L.A. firms launched offices this month in South Korea, which has opened its borders to U.S. firms after the recent passage of a free-trade agreement.
Edison International reported a 55 percent drop in its third-quarter profit as the company struggled with low prices in its power generation business and higher costs at its Southern California Edison unit.
Herbalife Ltd. reported third quarter results that exceeded Wall Street expectations and raised its full-year guidance as demand for its weight-loss products grew in emerging markets.
Former WellPoint chief executive Leonard Schaeffer is giving $25 million toward a USC health policy research center he helped launch three years ago, university officials announced on Tuesday.
Mercury General Corp. reported a third quarter profit, reversing a year-ago loss, as the home and auto insurer benefited from revenue growth and lower catastrophe losses.
Shares of Stamps.com Inc. jumped 20 percent on Friday after the online postal services provider reported strong third-quarter results and raised its full-year guidance. But IPC the Hospitalist Co. Inc. saw its shares drop 17 percent after announcing results that were less than expected and providing a more pessimistic outlook.