Robert Ferguson, CEO of Diet Free Life, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to show viewers ways to cook healthy soul food.
Linda Suh, Founder/CEO of Cloud b, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to show viewers top celebrity mom picks for traveling with little ones this holiday season.
CEO and co-owner of Menchies Frozen Yogurt Amit Kleinburger stopped by KCAL9 Friday to give a sneak peek at his episode on the hit CBS show “Undercover Boss”!
Any customer who buys another person a beverage at Starbucks Wednesday through Friday will be given a free tall brewed coffee in return.
Dole Food said Monday its CEO will take it private, in a deal that values the company at approximately $1.21 billion.
A famous sibling of late pop star Michael Jackson made an appearance in court Tuesday as the wrongful death lawsuit against Anschutz Entertainment Group entered its fifth week.
Nurse with multiple degrees Cathy Fickes advanced her career all the way up to hospital manager.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings’ pay will double to $4 million next year, after he took a pay cut due to management missteps this year.
Are you looking for a simple strategy to jumpstart your business? Nell Merlino stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to talk about how women-owned businesses can grow.
Dorian Crutcher has a business license and a business plan.
On the heels of organizing a two-day concert in Las Vegas that kicked off Clear Channel’s iHeart Radio online radio service, media veteran Bob Pittman was named Sunday as chief executive of its parent company, CC Media Holdings Inc.
The CEO of a multinational pharmaceutical company wants California’s top attorney to review the investigation into the deaths of his son and girlfriend.
Millions of Girls Scouts across America have a new leader — and a new focus for their organization.
Rebecca Nalepa, 32, was found dead at the historic Spreckels mansion in Coronado, hanging from a balcony in the nude with her hands tied behind her back and her feet bound.
Blue Shield of California came under sharp criticism last month when it revealed that its CEO, Bruce Bodaken, earns four times that of an average non-profit California insurer.