Every work day various employees at Designing Health in Valencia have a fruit smoothie for breakfast and a vegetable smoothie for lunch specially delivered to their desk by operation and systems manager Ron Beaudette.
Two seasoned advertising executives who will play a key role in increasing the newspaper's success and presence joined The Signal this week, Publisher Ian Lamont announced Thursday.
NEW YORK - Six Flags Inc. is considering various options, including a reverse stock split, following notice from the New York Stock Exchange that is not compliant with the market's listing standards, company officials said Thursday.
Commercial Real Estate firm CB Richard Ellis announced Wednesday that the Southern California Orthopedic Institute, one of the largest private orthopedic practices on the West Coast, will occupy 23,329 square feet at the Bridgeport Marketplace, a 170,000 square foot mixed-use development at the intersection of McBean Parkway and Newhall Ranch Road.
Updated at 9:40 p.m. "For 22 years I've had to drive to Saugus and Valencia to do all my shopping," Canyon Country resident Laura Eskilson said Wednesday. The opening of a retail store just minutes from home "couldn't be better," she said. The popular clothing retailer Kohl's officially opened its doors to hundreds of anxious Canyon Country shoppers Wednesday at its grand opening on Golden Valley Road. Two Kohl's employees helped Eskilson haul baskets of ...
Retirement preparation workshop Alexander Financial Group hosts its second dinner retirement workshop at 6 p.m. today in Robinson Ranch. Scott R. Alexander, President and CEO of the group and noted financial advisor, will "provide analysis of current market fluctuations and their impact on retirement assets," according to Alexander Financial. Other topics Alexander will cover include uneasiness in the CD market, ideas to gaurantee income during a long retirement, ways to reduce tax burdens on retirement ...
Oscar Torres poked the touch-screen computer that hung in the middle of a factory floor busy with humming machines and diligent workers focused on assembling parts.
Santa Clarita businesswomen Carolyn Goedike and Mary Elliott are sponsoring a contest, "A Toast to You!" through Dec. 5.
From his jolly belly to his favorite Christmas Eve snack, just about anyone can give you the full story on Santa Claus.
This is the time of year when many businesses are slowing down, wrapping things up and preparing for the next calendar year.
O'Brien Marketing formed a partnership with The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company to be the sports and entertainment buying agency for the Western region.
Bank of Santa Clarita's Board of Directors said Monday it would not be in the best interest of the bank or its shareholders to apply for aid from the U.S. Treasury under the Treasury's capital assistance program.
Santa Clarita named finalist as business-friendly Santa Clarita was named a finalist for the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation's annual "Most Business Friendly City in L.A. County" award on Tuesday. The other finalists for the 50,000 and over category are the cities of Cerritos, Glendale, Long Beach and Pasadena. The winner is named during the 13th Annual Eddy Awards on Nov. 17 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. The criteria for the selection ...
As high-profile retailers Linens 'N Things and Mervyns LLC enter bankruptcy, local customers who were taking advantage of the blowout prices still reacted with concern.
Michael Moeller, founder and owner of Pacific Funding Mortgage Division, Inc., donated $25,000 to the College of the Canyons Foundation's University Center Capital Campaign.The University Center is a $38 million, 100,000 square foot facility scheduled for completion in spring 2009. It will house up to 10 partner universities offering more than 70 degree and credential programs.
Two new physicians have joined the Santa Clarita Providence Medical Institute practice.
U.S. HealthWorks of Santa Clarita announced that it has made two more executive appointments.
Santa Clarita business owners packed the Valley Industry Association's luncheon Tuesday to hear a panel of industry experts address the Affordable Care Act – ACA - which is now looming over every business owner's head.
When AMS Fulfillment in Santa Clarita was notified that it would be losing its largest client, Toms Shoes, earlier this year, the third-party order fulfillment company prepared to scale back - but, by September AMS found itself in a much stronger position than it had originally projected.
SANTA CLARITA - Sunkist Growers, the oldest operating citrus cooperative in the country, announced Wednesday it is moving its headquarters from Sherman Oaks to the Santa Clarita Valley.