Arun Bhumitra opened his first cell phone store in 1987 on Hawthorne Boulevard in Torrance. Today the Palos Verdes resident and his brother Maxy, who lives in New York, own 200 cell phone stores with 800 employees in 18 states, plus a cell phone store in Brussels and a software company in Ireland.
Manhattan Beach Mayor Mark Burton urges city and business community to seize the Silicon Beach opportunity with more hotels, ‘Ring of Iron” security.
Gelson’s bids on Haggens don’t include Redondo stores. Caskey & Caskey in the pink. Hadley in the drink.
Del Amo Fashion Center celebrates a $200 million remodel Friday morning, including a new 140,000 square foot Nordstrom.
With Nordstrom setting the tone, Del Amo Fashion Center aims to restore its upscale reputation with a grand opening. The opening of the new 400,000 square foot mall, including Nordstrom and a “luxury” court is Friday, October 9.
Chevron El Segundo has contributed $1.3 million during the current school year for STEM programs at 16 South Bay school districts. It has contributed over $8 million to local schools in the past six years.
South Bay Brokers founders Jim Van Zanten and Jack Gillespie announced this week that South Bay Brokers has merged with Vista Sotheby’s in Palos Verdes, a member of the Sotheby’s International organization.
Word on the Street: Hadley wants schools open to military, Lieu addresses climate change, Baseball Academy celebrates fifth year
Hadley gives wings to Air Force kids South Bay Assemblyman David Hadley (66th District) has introduced Assembly Bill 306, which would allow Los Angeles Air Force Base personnel, as well as active duty military families at other California military bases, to send their kids to the elementary and high school schools of the choices. Currently, military […]
Word on the Street: Paolucci, Salling, Martin rebrand selves, Three 25 Coffee cools walkers, dash of Kardashian in Hermosa
Paolucci, Salling, Martin rebrand, reland, Three 25 coffee roasts in Redondo, LaserAway in Hermosa.
Redondo hotel reopens, Copy Shop moves, Yorktown’s New York roots