Beyond Meat Inc.’s shares dipped about 11% in afterhours trading on Feb. 24 following a release of fourth-quarter results that missed Wall Street expectations.
Despite the pandemic, a number of large retail sales were completed in L.A. during the second half of 2021.
Shawn Lalehzarian and his partners did their homework before opening the Red Chickz eatery in downtown.
Fisker Inc. said reservations for its Ocean SUV have surpassed the 30,000 mark as of Feb. 14, and are up 61% from November when the Manhattan Beach-based designer of electric vehicles revealed the vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
These minority-owned business leaders are showing how to keep growing their companies and networks in their industries to bring about lasting change.
Like most floral companies, Postal Petals was busy in the weeks leading up to the Valentine’s Day, taking orders, securing flower shipments and talking to growers.
Culver City-based MedMen Enterprises Inc. launched a Cannasseur Personal Concierge Service this month at its California, Nevada, Arizona and Florida dispensaries.
Burbank-based Odys Aviation Inc., which is developing a hybrid gas-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, announced Feb. 10 that it has received $12.4 million in seed funding.
Los Angeles’ multicultural landscape has generated more than a handful of iconic donut brands. Small shops and large franchises reflect a thriving niche industry.
The four commercial airports serving L.A. County mounted a comeback last year, though they still have quite a way to go to climb back to pre-pandemic travel levels.
Old and new venues across L.A. County are adapting to changing entertainment needs to secure new business and capitalize on fan enthusiasm.
Angel City Football Club has sold more than 14,000 season tickets for the upcoming National Women’s Soccer League season.
Footwear and apparel manufacturer Skechers USA Inc. reported fourth-quarter sales that beat Wall Street expectations and boosted its shares nearly 10%.
While most retail metrics are focused on two primary sales channels — brick-and-mortar and ecommerce — Santa Monica-based Arrive is helping brands break into a third: circular commerce.
Virtual Brand Group acquires the rights to represent brands in the metaverse and creates for them ongoing opportunities to engage with consumers.