San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Burbank's Buena Vista Plaza Sells for $53 Million

Buena Vista Plaza in Burbank’s Media District has sold for nearly $53 million.

Calabasas Office Center Sold

The dual-building Calabasas Center Two in Calabasas sold to a single buyer, according to Lee & Associates – LA North/Ventura Inc.

Canyon Club Coming to Santa Clarita

Sterling Venue Ventures, the company that operates the Canyon Club restaurant and performance venue in Agoura Hills, is opening a new location in Santa Clarita, according to the L.A. Daily News.

Preview: Sales Self-Helper

Jim Cathcart was a college drop-out with little ambition when a five-minute radio program by Earl Nightingale inspired him to change his life.

Preview: VALLEY RISING: Builders' North County Land Grab

New feature highlights construction projects in specific markets of the Valley region.

Business Events Calendar

Business Events throughout the Valleys.

House Prices Rise in Valley Region

Prices for homes of all types saw healthy increases in 2016 in both the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys, according to the Southland Association of Realtors.

Salem Buys

Salem Media Group in Camarillo has announced the acquisition of, an internet resource for news and events about Christian music artists.

Tull Out as Chief of Legendary Entertainment

Thomas Tull has stepped down as chief executive of Legendary Entertainment, the production company he founded and made into a Hollywood powerhouse and then sold to Dalian Wanda Group Co. Ltd. of China a year ago.

Hi-Speed Rail Meeting Still on Track

Although the future of California’s high-speed rail may be cloudier than ever, the city of Lancaster is hosting an open house on the rail project that is supposed to come through the Antelope Valley.

Location Filming Rose 6 Percent in 2016

On-location film, television and commercial production increased by more than 6 percent last year compared to 2015, according to figures released Tuesday by FilmL.A.

Salem Syndicates ‘Good Clean Fun’ in 60 Markets

Salem Media Group announced Tuesday that its show “Good Clean Fun with Kevin and Taylor” will launch in 60 markets across the United States.

Gelb Group Sells, Buys Properties

Gelb Group of Encino sold and bought a pair of equal value properties in Woodland Hills and Granada Hills in a 1031 exchange, a way for investors to defer paying capital gains tax on the sale of property.

B. Riley Underwrites Ooma Share Offering

Investment bank B. Riley & Co. is the sole underwriter in a secondary offering of 2.85 million shares of stock in Palo Alto-based communications company Ooma Inc.

Union Plans Protest at Tarzana Medical Center

Workers on Monday will hold a protest at Providence Tarzana Medical Center, which recently terminated approximately half its housekeeping staff.

Conejo Spectrum's Developable Land Sold

The last 29 acres of buildable land in the Conejo Spectrum Business Park in Thousand Oaks has been sold to an Irvine investment and development firm.

Rams Hire Coach Sean McVay

The Los Angeles Rams on Thursday hired former Washington Redskins’ offensive coordinator Sean McVay as the team’s new head coach.

Television Powers Filming in Santa Clarita

The City of Santa Clarita issued more than 500 on-location filming permits last year, with television shows accounting for more than half the total.

DineEquity Expands Board With Marketing Expert

DineEquity Inc. on Wednesday appointed marketing executive Lilian Tomovich to its board of directors, increasing the Glendale restaurant group’s governing body from 10 members to 11.

Salem Ends Bill Bennett Show

Salem Media Group Inc. has ended a morning interview series featuring broadcast personality Bill Bennett, the company announced Wednesday.