When Valencia resident Mark Rober watched Mars Rover Curiosity launch in late 2011, the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab engineer needed something to occupy his free time until the rover he helped design made its historic landing this August.
When Jerry Martin was 20, he thought the cute girl who worked at the Los Angeles deli with him was too good for him. Luckily, he looked like a certain rock star, so Evelyn, then 17, went with him to the big union dance.
Web experts like to say that a website has seven seconds to show visitors the point of the site. After seven seconds, the visitor will be hitting the exit button or hopefully you'll have begun to convert a customer.
Participants in a business startup event slated for October will camp out in Westfield Valencia Town Center.
When your commercial lease is up for a renewal, don't just put your John Hancock down before evaluating whether you should try to renegotiate.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for central Los Angeles County for the evening.
This is a second of a series of reports from the GOP convention in Tampa, Fla., where Santa Clarita resident Lynn Haueter is a delegate. Her husband, Bob, is an alternate.
Teenagers normally enter the dentist office grumbling, but sisters Belicia and Giana Cespedes entered Valencia Children's Dental Group one morning with bright, braces-filled smiles.
Automobile and home office deductions are two of the most common areas that small businesses bring up with their tax preparers, said Tina Rider, a certified registered tax preparer with Top of the Line Tax Service.
The final stretch of summer has brought multiple regional-athletic events to Santa Clarita, which city officials say resulted in scores of occupied local hotel rooms.
While startups in the U.S. will soon be able to solicit small equity investments in a crowdfunding environment, area legal experts suggest that existing routes may be best for young companies anyway.
While national numbers indicate a shortage of summer jobs for teenagers, Santa Clarita Valley's largest seasonal employers say they're hiring just as many as previous years.
As the penalties for misclassifying an employee become more stringent, it's important that your business takes the time to correctly classify each worker, according to speakers at a recent luncheon meeting.
Realtors were given a recession-proof business formula at the recent Women's Council of Realtors Mega Forum: Invest in a combination of properties that provide active income, passive income and interest-building income.
When Jennifer Sanchez started looking for a doctor who could help her, a few told her to just give up the search.