California United Bank has hired two new relationship managers, Greg Wells and Greg Spencer, to its Santa Clarita Regional Office.
Wells, a business graduate of The Master's College has been in the banking business for 10 years, formerly working as a vice president and commercial banking manager at another Santa Clarita Valley bank.
The Be Cool to My School Test-Drive Rally is in its final week, giving local residents a final chance to take part in the fundraiser for local schools.
The campaign, sponsored by the Santa Clarita Valley Auto Dealers Association, was designed to give elementary, junior high and senior high schools a financial boost from the nonprofit association.
Decades ago, Don Cruikshank was approached by Mike Redmond about an idea for a business that circled around renting equipment.
"We kind of looked at it, and it was viable and we were young," Cruikshank said.
Sales of existing single-family homes in the Santa Clarita Valley hit their highest level in months as nearly 200 homes sold in April, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported Thursday.
Hugh Waddell has been promoted to the position of senior vice president/chief credit officer at Santa Clara Valley Bank.
At the age of 15, Ryan Alexy began working in the motorcycle industry.
Rather than waiting in line to get a table at a popular restaurant, local diners can go online or pick up the phone and place an order with www.scvgoodtogo.com, a delivery service.
Santa Clarita's unemployment rate dipped .1 percent between March and April, according to the latest data from the state Employment Development Department.
Robeks, which sells nutritional food products and supplements, opened a new location at McBean and Decoro in Saugus on Saturday.
JET Technologies of Valencia announced the addition of its new business division, "Scuba Instruments."
The city's film office issued 31 permits in April, making it the best April on record.
ADPROS to hold meeting today
B&B company hosts job fair
The city of Santa Clarita has been awarded the grand prize for best economic development program in the state of California for its tourism program.
This marks the second year in a row that the city has won the honor.
Six Flags, Inc. announced its first quarter results Thursday, reporting that total revenues of $68.2 million increased 35 percent over the prior-year quarter, while total attendance grew by 19 percent to more than 1.4 million.
The company, which is headquartered in New York City and oversees Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, attributes the increase in attendance to the timing of Easter, which shifted from the second quarter in 2007 to the first quarter in 2008.
The dry cleaning industry has been undergoing radical changes in the past two decades as environmentalists and consumers push for more earth-friendly cleaning processes.
As the second generation of Stonefire Grill owners came of age, and became involved in the Harrigan family's management of its seven restaurants, the youngest members made a daring move.
Members from three business organizations are personally visiting 100 companies of varying sizes and gathering data on the Santa Clarita Valley business climate to identify ways to help companies grow.
A 30-unit multi-family property in Santa Clarita sold for approximately $4.8 million.
Taking advantage of the growing food truck industry, Tiffany Ramos opened her own mobile food business and has organized a weekly gathering of other food trucks in Santa Clarita every Saturday evening.
Speakers delivered two distinctive messages to the business leaders attending the Valley Industry Associations' luncheon Thursday at its annual Business-to-Business industry trade show.
An entrepreneur hasn't been successful unless he or she has experienced at least one failure, said the owner of a former Santa Clarita-based party store.
The Bank of Santa Clarita's net earnings for the first quarter of 2014 were $248,000, representing a growth of 6 percent over the amount netted in the same period of 2013, the bank reported this week.
The Fitness Compound gym in Canyon Country has closed its doors abruptly, posting a hastily scribbled notice on its door apologizing to members and referring them to another fitness center.
Wine lovers storing their treasured cargo at Lee's Wine Storage in Santa Clarita have until May 6 at the latest to claim any wine or property stored at the location – or lose it, according to the property owner.
Realtors gathered last week to ask federal, state, county and local officials and a transportation consultant, to review a number of issues affecting local residents and the community, said a spokesman for the Santa Clarita Valley