More than three-quarters of Americans report feeling stressed about something related to their job, according to a recent study conducted by Everest College's 2011 Work Stress Survey.
Princess Cruises does more than build ships. The cruise company designs vacations for travelers who just want to leave their cares behind and sail the open seas to unique and exotic ports around the globe.
The Valley Industry Association honored local students Monday for creating new business products or services in partnership with one of the many companies who are a member of VIA.
On the sixth annual pilgrimage to Sacramento, 73 representatives from the Santa Clarita Valley's business and community organizations trekked north Monday for two solid days of meetings with California legislators.
Ken Keller, the owner of STAR Business Consulting, announced he is returning his company to its original mission of growing top-line, or gross, revenues for clients. Keller also owned and operated the North Los Angeles County franchise of Renaissance Executive Forums.
In perhaps a fitting tribute to Women's History Month, women entrepreneurs from the Santa Clarita Valley attended a presentation Thursday on how to network successfully to grow one's net worth.
Small-business owners have an improved outlook on profits, hiring and capital expenses in 2011, according to a statewide report released Wednesday.
The Animal Behavior College relocated its headquarters to Santa Clarita this week, opening its doors Monday. The company was previously located in Northridge.
Tuxedo-rental shops dot the American landscape from storefronts to shopping malls, outfitting anxious wedding parties, nervous prom dates and adults seeking formal attire for business events.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. announced the hiring of Josh Mann on Thursday as the organization's new manager of business retention and marketing.
Santa Clarita businesses and residents are facing significant increases in their water fees over the next few years to cover the cost of building new water-filtration plants to reduce levels of the naturally occurring salt chloride in runoff from the Santa Clara River.
After six months as business editor, I'm beginning to wear the job much more comfortably then when I "first tried it on."
Once reserved for marriage vows, "in sickness and in health" is also a common workplace practice for a majority of employees, according to a survey conducted for Accountemps.
Jersey Mike's Subs in Saugus celebrated its third anniversary Sunday by handing out free sandwiches and goodie bags to children. All visitors received a free home-baked cookie. The franchise owner opened a second food outlet in 2010.
Waiting until your senior year of high school to begin the college review and application process is not advised, experts say.
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.