Uncertainty over the budget calamity facing the country is doing more to retard growth and hiring among companies than if the company CEOs had the particulars and could just swallow the bitter pill of tax increases and spending cuts, local business owners said.
Businesses that hire at-risk youth help the entire community by combatting crime, a panel of experts said at a Valley Industry Association luncheon this week.
Vexation Clothing of Valencia is all ready for Small Business Saturday.
New-home construction in the country climbed to a four-year high, according to data tracked by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The California Association of Enterprise Zones held its annual conference at the Hyatt Regency Valencia in Santa Clarita on Thursday.
Giving a boost to small businesses for the holiday season, American Express is launching its third annual "Small Business Saturday" campaign Nov. 24.
People often spend more time planning vacations in their lifetime than they spend on planning for their future, attendees heard at a free financial planning seminar Tuesday night.
What many local cellphone users already noticed will become official Thursday when Verizon makes its 4G LTE wireless network system officially available in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Ground was broken for the expansion of the Vons supermarket at the Sand Canyon Shopping Center in Canyon Country on Thursday.
Looking out of place on a city street, the drilling rig operating on the shoulder of Auto Center Drive in Santa Clarita is not drilling for oil, but for water.
When the founders of Valencia-based Influxis invested their last dollar into software to support their vision of allowing people to connect live on the Internet, little did they realize that within a decade Influxis would be named one of the top "100 Companies that Matter Most in Online Video" by expert streaming-media judges for Streaming Media magazine.
When Eric Smith was approached to buy the location of a former day spa on Town Center Drive in Valencia last December, he said some 50 jobs were on the line as the former business prepared to shut down the location.
In releasing its latest economic snapshot report for the Santa Clarita Valley this week, the biggest news is on the commercial real estate front, which has long suffered in the economic downturn.
The Signal hit a new milestone in October when it attracted more than 1.1 million page views in a month, according to Google Analytics.
In the final jobs report to be released before Tuesday's presidential election, U.S. employers added 171,000 jobs in October, and hiring was stronger in August and September than first thought.
The Small Business Development Center, hosted by College of the Canyons, offers a wide array of services, many at no cost to new and existing business owners.