The Association of Women Entrepreneurs has announced a new membership level for businesswomen, the platinum level.
Nissan of Valencia, the official vehicle sponsor of the Amgen Tour of California, is offering local spectators a special $500 cash-back incentive when they purchase a car during the local stage of the state's premier bicycle race.
KB Home and Newhall Land inked a land-purchase deal Wednesday that will add dozens of lots to KB Home's development plans.
Local resident Don Hubbard has been steadily building his business since 1991. With business partner Gil Moreno, the two have picked up high-profile clients along the way as they built WorkSafe Technologies of Valencia.
The Valley Industry Association's 2011 Regional Conference and Industry Show scheduled for 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday blends Santa Clarita's largest business-to-business industry exhibitor show with keynote speakers and panel discussions on topics relevant to many in today's business community.
While some cities are fighting huge budget deficits or teetering on bankruptcy, the city of Santa Clarita was recognized last week with two economic Award of Excellence honors at the annual California Association for Local Economic Development conference held in Sacramento.
The long-awaited Nissan LEAF, the first all-electric car to be sold in the Santa Clarita Valley, was handed over to new owner David Wang of Agua Dulce on Wednesday by Sean Brockett, finance manager of Nissan of Valencia.
"Act now" was the final message from keynote speaker Mark Schniepp, principal of California Economic Forecast, at the 2011 Economic and Real Estate Outlook conference.
Homebuilder Williams Homes recently constructed the Solstice community of townhomes on Avalon Drive in Santa Clarita. The houses offer suitable options for first-time homeowners, or those looking to downsize.
It's the bar code of the future, but it's available today to print advertisers. It's an open door to multimedia advertising that offers every convenience to on-the-go consumers. And perhaps best of all, it's free.
City officials and Valencia Auto Center business owners officially cut the ribbon on Creekside Road improvements Tuesday, culminating a city-business partnership aimed at drawing more SCV residents and other customers to Southern California's largest auto mall, where 23 different vehicle brands are sold.
Current and future small-business owners and entrepreneurs are invited to attend the 2011 Dream and Discover Entrepreneurs Conference on May 5, sponsored by the Small Business Development Center located at College of the Canyons.
A new full-service Hispanic supermarket has opened in Canyon Country.
Kevin Smith has been promoted to director of creative and digital interactive at The Signal. The promotion, effective immediately, was announced Thursday by Signal Publisher Ian Lamont.
More than three-quarters of independent landlords say they would rent to someone who lost a home in foreclosure, assuming the applicant traditionally had good credit, according to a survey released Thursday by The National Association of Independent Landlords.
Two Albertsons supermarkets in the Santa Clarita Valley will close next month, company officials announced Tuesday.
SANTA CLARITA - The William S. Hart Union High School District moved into new administrative headquarters Monday not far from its previous offices.
Two Santa Clarita hotels have been placed into receivership by the courts while a legal action is pending.
A record number of film permits were issued last year in Santa Clarita - more than in any previous year, according to the city's film office.
Laemmle Theatres and the city of Santa Clarita are still in talks to open an art house theater locally, but no concrete plans or dates are in place as of yet.
The Ralphs supermarket on Castaic Road in Castaic will close its doors on March 7, a spokeswoman for the retail chain said Friday.
Putting an old building to new use, the city of Santa Clarita is turning the former Newhall Library into a business incubator specifically for creative and technology industries.
As the year comes to a close, it is appropriate to look back and ask why some businesses have survived and others went by the wayside; and to understand why some businesses have done well.
Most of the business owners I know are either finishing up a solid year and want to continue the good times into 2014, or they had a less than stellar year and want a different ending a year from now. Which is it for you?
At age 21, Robert White is about to buy his first Santa Clarita restaurant – Tri Tipps on Newhall Ranch Road.
Filming in Santa Clarita was a blockbuster success in 2013.
Collin Lee, Vice President, Marketing
Bill Barritt, Chief Financial Officer
Mike DeLorenzo, president
When the Schrey family –of Schrey & Sons Mold Company Inc. in Santa Clarita – set out to build a better doggie door for their family pets, they parlayed an already successful business into a multi-million niche business – Ideal Pet Products. At the time, there only two manufacturers of pet doors in the United States.