SFV BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

Cerner Terminates 217 Workers as Relationship With Adventist Health Ends

Cerner Corp., a Kansas City, Mo.-based IT company for health care organizations, plans to terminate 217 employees at sites in Simi Valley and Glendale as a result of ending its business relationship with Adventist Health in November.

Stratolaunch Changes Ownership But Not Strategy

Stratolaunch LLC has found itself a new owner that will continue its focus on providing reusable and affordable aircraft-launched rockets into space.

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Commercial Developments Near Saddleridge Blaze Safe for Now

There has been no damage reported to business and industrial complexes in the communities near Porter Ranch, site of the Saddleridge Fire, which erupted shortly before 10 p.m. on Thursday near the 210 freeway.

Hospitals Experience Staff Shortages Due to Fires

n the midst of the Saddleridge and Wendy fires, hospitals in the Santa Clarita, San Fernando and Antelope valleys remain open and look to make sure departments are adequately staffed, despite closures of major freeways.

Update: SaddleRidge Fire Threatens Utilities for 233,000 Customers

Southern California Edison has cut off electricity to more than 21,000 customers in the greater L.A. area to prevent further damage from the Saddleridge Fire.

Six Flags Magic Mountain Closed for Day

Six Flags Magic Mountain & Hurricane Harbor was not open during the day on Friday due to the 5 freeway being closed from the Saddleridge Fire.

CSUN Shuts Down Through Weekend

California State University – Northridge has cancelled all classes and campus activities for Friday, Saturday and Sunday due to the Saddleridge Fire.

Edison Cuts Power in Parts of Northern L.A. County, Ventura County

Southern California Edison has cut power to homes and businesses in parts of northern Los Angeles County and Ventura County as a precaution to prevent wildfires.

Campy Cable TV Advertiser Michael’s Furniture to Close After 58 Years

Michael’s Furniture Warehouse will close its doors after 58 years.

Warner Bros. Partnership to Produce Video Game

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced Thursday a publishing and distribution agreement with videogame developer IO Interactive.

Limoneira Peels Off Santa Maria Property for $2.9 Million

Limoneira Co. has sold a non-core real estate asset called the Terraces at Pacific Crest in Santa Maria for $2.9 million.

New Housing Bill May Spur Valley Development

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed into two law housing bills, one of which may greatly encourage residential development along transit corridors in the San Fernando Valley.

New Princess Ship to Sail from L.A.

Princess Cruises has revealed the sixth and final ship in its royal-class fleet will be named Discovery Princess. It will sail out of the Port of Los Angeles beginning in November 2021.

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Glendale’s Woolworth Building Sells

A mixed-use retail and office property at 201 N. Brand Blvd. in Glendale sold this week for nearly $18.1 million.

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Marcus & Millichap Acquires Vancouver Firm

Calabasas-based national brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap Inc. has announced that it acquired Form Real Estate Advisors Inc., a commercial real estate services firm in Vancouver, British Columbia, that specializes in retail transactions and advisory services.

Airgas Workers Strike in Burbank, Ventura

Some employees of Airgas USA are striking today at four of the company’s plants in the Los Angeles area, including locations in Burbank and Ventura.

Conejo Valley Clinic Receives AstraZeneca Grant

Westminster Free Clinic, a heart health clinic in Thousand Oaks, was one of 11 clinics in the U.S. to receive a grant from AstraZeneca HealthCare Foundation’s Connections to Cardiovascular Health program.

Van Nuys Apartment Building Sells for $18.8 Million

Woodman Park Apartments, a 75-unit multifamily property located at 6205 Woodman Ave. in Van Nuys, has sold for the first time in more than 30 years for nearly $18.8 million.

Interlink Electronics Considers Return to Major Stock Exchange

Less than a year after voluntarily delisting itself from the Nasdaq, Interlink Electronics Inc. is considering returning to a U.S. or foreign stock exchange.

Thousand Oaks Museum Elects Business-Focused Directors

The California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks has elected two high-profile businesspeople to its board of directors.