Last month, Southern California Edison, the electric utility subsidiary of Rosemead-based Edison International, announced two major moves to reduce reliance on greenhouse gases (GHG).
Construction began earlier this month on a $25 million project to reconstruct a major taxiway at Long Beach Airport, according to an announcement from city of Long Beach, which runs the airport.
Westwood-based Concrete-AI Inc., a UCLA spinout with technology to enable more efficient use of concrete, announced January 13th that it has raised $2 million in a seed financing round led by Boston-based Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment.
Most casual internet users probably haven’t heard of TeleSign Corp., but if they browse the web using their phones, there’s a good chance they interact with the company’s technology on a regular basis.
Beverly Hills-based LiveOne Inc., the owner of streaming services like Slacker Radio, LiveXLive and PodcastOne, is launching a new gaming business.
There’s a new local entrant in the global decarbonization race: Culver City-based cleantech startup Mote Inc.
Peter Dohm’s list of top places to build an ice curling facility in 2019 did not include Vernon.
As the clock was running out on 2021, L.A. County was poised to get another publicly traded company: Pasadena-based solar technology firm Heliogen Inc.
Dave Inc., a West Hollywood-based fintech and banking app company aimed at “leveling the financial playing field,” will go public on the Nasdaq under the tickers DAVE and DAVEW in early 2022.
A West Hollywood-based fintech announced the launch of a banking program Dec. 20 aimed at building Hispanic wealth through stakes in the crypto sector.
Westlake-based RBB Bancorp announced its entry into the San Francisco Bay Area Dec. 28 with the purchase of Gateway Bank F.S.B. in Oakland, a deal valued at approximately $22.9 million.
Space Exploration Technologies Corp. commenced construction in Florida on a launchpad to send its Starship Mars rocket to the red planet.
SEA Electric Holdings in Torrance announced it’s working with an Illinois-based bus and van dealer on modernizing approximately 10,000 used school buses by replacing their diesel engines with its proprietary battery electric power system.
Tagger Media Inc. received an additional $15 million in funding from Five Elms Capital following a $8.5 million Series A investment by the firm earlier this year.
Acuant Inc., a Westchester-based identity verification firm, was acquired by U.K.-based GB Group for a cash-free, debt-free enterprise value of $736 million.