APPAREL: Denim brand, new CEO attempt comeback
Denim brand True Religion is looking for a revival.
Los Angeles-based retail icon Ron Robinson announced the 2020 closure of his two brick-and-mortar stores in Beverly Grove and Santa Monica.
Azulana from Pure Azul Beverage Co. has been named the official sparkling tequila of the Rose Bowl.
Los Angeles International Airport is set to ban curbside ride-hailing pickups starting Oct. 29.
RETAIL: After Chapter 11, chain plans ecommerce rebirth
Forever 21 files for bankruptcy, plans to shutter up to 178 U.S. stores.
Bankrupt gamer and geek subscription box service Loot Crate Inc. has received a lifeline from none other than Elvis Presley, or at least from the King’s marketing company, Elvis Presley Enterprises.
Passenger traffic at LAX was essentially unchanged in August as international traffic continued its downward trend, according to figures released Aug. 26.
Culver City-based salad chain Sweetgreen raised $150 million, putting its valuation at $1.6 billion.
July passenger traffic at LAX edged up by 40,000 compared to July 2018 to reach nearly 8.5 million, but international passenger traffic was down, and air cargo tonnage fell as trade tariffs begun to cut into trade flows.
Reality TV megastar Kim Kardashian West is slated to launch a new line of shapewear undergarments, dubbed Skims, on Sept. 10.
The XFL, a professional football league that will start in February, unveiled its team names and logos Aug. 21, with Los Angeles getting the moniker of Wildcats.
Southwest Airlines has announced that it's cutting four flights at LAX starting in January. The nonstop flights serve Cancun and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico, as well as Omaha, Neb., and Pittsburgh.
Elon Musk's sister founded PassionFlix, a streaming service that turns steamy romance novels into amorous movies. According to an Aug. 13 SEC filing, PassionFlix has raised $6.8 million in new funding.
Long Beach Airport passenger traffic fell 15.5% for the first half of 2019 compared to the same period last year amid fallout from JetBlue Airways’ pullback in flights in September.
Century City infrastructure giant Aecom is taking another step to transform the Inglewood skyline with the recent award of a contract to design a new arena and adjacent entertainment complex for the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team.