SFV BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

Investor Purchases 18 of 20 Condo Units in Mission Hills for $4.8 Million

Agents at brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. have negotiated the purchase of 18 condominium units in Mission Hills for $4.8 million, or $267,222 per unit.

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Social Impact Fund Invests in ConsejoSano

North Hollywood health care software company ConsejoSano has received an investment from the Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund.

Glove Maker Signs DuPont Deal

Mechanix Wear LLC has become a licensee of DuPont Personal Protection, an arrangement that will allow the glove manufacturer to incorporate DuPont’s materials into its products.

Former Wesco Aircraft Moves to Texas

Incora, the aerospace parts company formerly known as Wesco Aircraft Holdings, is moving its corporate headquarters from Valencia to Fort Worth, Texas.

Business Events Calendar

Business Events throughout the Valleys.

Valley Area Women Honored

Eight local women standouts were given awards Thursday at the San Fernando Valley Business Journal’s annual Women’s Council.

Daily Wire Leaves Sherman Oaks for Nashville

Conservative news and opinion website The Daily Wire will relocate its headquarters from Sherman Oaks to Nashville.

Bar Association Elects David Jones as President

The San Fernando Valley Bar Association on Thursday formally announced its new board of trustees and officers, led by David Jones as president.

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Amgen, Eli Lilly to Manufacture COVID-19 Treatments

Biopharma giants Amgen Inc. and Eli Lilly on Thursday announced an antibody manufacturing collaboration for potential COVID-19 treatments.

Dental Software Firm Attracts Venture Capital

Yapi, a company that makes software for dental offices, has received an investment from M33 Growth, a Boston venture capital firm that focuses on growth-stage startups.

Princess Parent Carnival Corp. Sells Ships After Quarterly Loss

Carnival Corp. disclosed in a quarterly filing Tuesday it will sell a total of 18 ships over the next few months to cut costs as cruise activity remains halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Warner Center Fry’s Electronics Site May Become 880 Apartments Plus Hotel

Multifamily developer Kaplan Management Co. has shed more light on its intentions to build a mixed-use project at the site of Fry’s Electronics at 6100 N. Canoga Ave. in Woodland Hills.

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Amgen Selects Bay Area Startups for Big Ticket Program

Amgen Inc. on Tuesday announced its Golden Ticket winners — startup companies BigHat Biosciences and Trilo Therapeutics.

Loop Media Inks Distribution Deal for Music Videos

Loop Media Inc. has signed a deal to distribute 19 music video channels through DistroTV, an independent free streaming television service.

Law Facilitates Retirement Fund Withdrawals in COVID Crisis

Employees looking to draw from retirement funds to stay afloat during the pandemic can now do so without penalty because of a new law.

L.A. Officials Ask for Extension of Comment Period for Hollywood Burbank Airport Project

Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian and City Attorney Mike Feuer have requested an extension of the public comment period of the draft environmental impact report for the proposed replacement terminal at Hollywood Burbank Airport.

West Hills Hospital Closes Obstetrics Unit After 'Significant Decline' in Births

West Hills Hospital will close its obstetrics program effective Nov. 1, the organization announced earlier this month.

FDA Approves Atara Biotherapeutics to Begin Tumor Trial

Atara Biotherapeutics has received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s green light to start clinical trials for its next-generation CAR T therapy.

Cinedigm to Distribute Progressive Political Channel

Cinedigm Corp. has partnered with Party Crashers Media to distribute a progressive political, news and lifestyle network.

Hit Parader to Launch Celebrity E-Sports Competition

Universal City production studio Hit Parader plans to launch an e-sports platform for celebrities.

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