Downtown-based apparel brand Johnny Was has quadrupled its annual revenue to about $200 million.
The Gensler-designed renovation adds a rooftop terrace, open-air skybridges, dining space and an events plaza.
Whiplash, which handles warehousing and distribution for Macy’s and Bed Bath & Beyond, said it plans to make Salt Lake City a long-term shipping node.
Revolve Group Inc. is embarking on a major marketing push that involves increased spending and a celebrity hire.
OSI Systems Inc.’s forecast for 2022 shows positive outlook for its security and optoelectronics divisions.
Just as airports start to match pre-pandemic levels of passenger traffic, they're bracing for another slowdown.
These six companies are part of a local industry that reflects the city's cultural diversity.
Honest Co. Inc.’s shares hovered around $10 two weeks after the Playa Vista-based maker of nontoxic and eco-friendly personal and household products posted second-quarter earnings and revenue that fell short of Wall Street expectations.
Guess Inc. reported mixed financial results for the second quarter of its fiscal 2022 that ended July 31, which dampened the company’s share price 5% in after-hours trading on Aug. 25.
After its successful debut on the Nasdaq in May, Long Beach-based HydraFacial Co. was renamed Beauty Health Co.
Parent Co., a California cannabis company backed by Los Angeles billionaire Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, has a new chief executive.
Culver City-based cannabis retailer MedMen Enterprises Inc., which has struggled financially for several years, just received a lifeline.
B. Wayne Hughes, the co-founder of Glendale-based Public Storage, has died at age 87.
Small Black-owned skincare and makeup brands based in Los Angeles are finding big opportunities for growth.
Parent Co., a rapidly expanding cannabis company backed by Los Angeles billionaire and business mogul Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter, has disclosed plans to list on a U.S. stock exchange.