MannKind announced Friday it is planning a debt offering to secure $370 million to meet ongoing costs associated with the development of an insulin drug and the completion of its production plant in Danbury, Conn.
In 2004, dreamer John Allen began fulfilling his childhood dream.
MannKind announced Friday it is plans a debt offering to secure $370 million to meet ongoing costs associated with its inhaled developing insulin drug and completion of its production plant in Danbury, Conn.
A discussion on health care and health care reform, led by a group of panelists from the medical community, was the focus of the Valley Industry Association's luncheon Tuesday.
Seventy percent of Americans still said homeownership is part of the "American dream," according to Trulia, the online residential real estate search engine.
Residential building rebounded in August, the Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California reported Thursday.
Lennar Corp. reported Monday that its third-quarter net earnings fell to $20.7 million, compared with $38.1 million in the same period in 2010. Year-to-year shares fell 31 percent to 11 cents per share from 16 cents a year ago.
The owner of AK Printing is a man with several goals.
Home sales rose sharply in the Santa Clarita Valley during August, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported off Thursday.
The Santa Clarita Valley Latino Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its first anniversary this month with an awards and entertainment program Sept. 23 at the Hyatt Regency Valencia hotel.
Fatburger is coming to town, and the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center is holding a recruitment event Friday at 10 a.m. for job-seekers.
The SCV Community Expo kicks off this weekend by introducing the Expo Beer Garden & Food Truck Fest at the event on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bank of America Corp. was found in violation of the whistleblower protection provisions under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced on Wednesday.
Advanced Bionics was approved by the FDA to re-enter the market with its HiRes 90K cochlear implant. The Valencia-based operation is a subsidiary of Sonova in Switzerland and is the only U.S. company manufacturing the hearing devices.
One of the areas President Barack Obama touched on in his "jobs" speech before Congress on Thursday night involved improving homeowner access to the Home Affordable Refinance Program, or HARP.
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.
The idea of filling a void in forensic and clinical lab testing circles was born 40 years ago in 1973 of Larry and Judy Plutchak when they launched UTAK Laboratories of Valencia to supply much need quality control materials – blood, urine and body fluid materials – for test verifications in labs across the country.
Santa Clarita's jobless rate dropped back down slightly in November.
While home sales typically drop around the holidays, Santa Clarita Valley home sales in November were on par with October sales, and the median sales price rose once again.
Independently owned and operated since 1998 by Jim and Anita Lombardi of Santa Clarita, Federal Escrow Inc. has been offering every type of escrow imaginable.
When members speak, Premier America Credit Union listens.
Santa Clarita is already home to the largest collection of automotive dealerships in Southern California, giving residents a wide selection from which to shop and buy locally. But two more dealerships announced last year they are opening for business.
Just like General Motor's iconic muscle cars that helped the brand revolutionize the market, Chevrolet is revved and roaring to the marketplace with more new products than the public has seen in a decade.
AMS Fulfillment's meteoric growth over the past decade led to the company's leasing of 13 different buildings scattered throughout the Santa Clarita Valley.
Dan Carpenter first opened his Santa Clarita automotive service in October 1988, specializing in the repair of Honda and Acura vehicles.
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.