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SetPoint Medical Names Chief Medical Officer

SetPoint Medical today announced they have appointed Dr. David Chernoff as chief medical officer.

Film Rental House Ver Names CEO

Film production equipment provider Ver, headquartered in Glendale, has named Digby Davies as its new chief executive.

Monster Digital Unveils Nasdaq Compliance Plan

Monster Digital Inc. has received an extension from Nasdaq to gain compliance with the exchange’s minimum stockholder equity requirement.

Disney to Delist Paris Park

Walt Disney Co. has announced plans to delist its Euro Disney theme park from the Paris stock exchange and acquire all its shares.

Agoura Hills Office Building Sells for $20 Million

A 94,000-square-foot office building has sold in Agoura Hills for $20 million, according to L.A. commercial real estate brokerage firm Madison Partners.

Cal Lutheran Launches State's First Water Market

California’s first water market for individual landowners opened Tuesday in Ventura County, giving farmers on the Oxnard Plain a centralized channel for buying and selling groundwater.

Cheesecake Plunges on Lower Sales Outlook

Shares of Cheesecake Factory Inc. lost nearly 10 percent of their value Tuesday after the restaurateur announced an updated outlook for its second-quarter comparable sales.

Patagonia Buys Photography School Building

Outdoor clothing and gear brand Patagonia Inc. in Ventura has bought the former Brooks Institute of Photography building, according to CBRE Group Inc.

L.A. Sues Pacoima Store for Illegal Drug Sales

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer on Monday announced that his office has filed a civil lawsuit against the operators of Dulceria El Venado in Pacoima for illegally dispensing prescription drugs without a license.

Leader Exits Boys & Girls Clubs

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Conejo Valley on Monday announced the resignation of Mark Elswick, the organization’s chief executive.

Burbank Empire Center Sells for $133 Million

The Burbank Empire Center has been purchased for more than $133 million, according to CoStar Group Inc.

IOC to Award 2024 and 2028 Summer Games to Paris, Los Angeles

The executive board of the International Olympic Committee on Friday announced its intent to award the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympic Games to Paris and Los Angeles, all but guaranteeing Los Angeles will host the Games in 11 years.

Preview: Pharma Fixer

Michael Castagna has a big job in front of him. Last month he was appointed chief executive of MannKind Corp., the Valencia biotech company founded by late billionaire Alfred Mann.

Preview: Car Guy Moves Beyond L.A.

When “L.A. Car Guy” Mike Sullivan first heard the idea of buying two car dealerships in Lancaster, the decision was an easy one – even though it represented a new strategy for his company.

App Developer Poised for New Funding

Thousand Oaks mobile advertising platform developer Deep Rock Ventures Inc. has hired a Beverly Hills investment banking firm to lead its next round of capital funding for its Searchable.com application.

Galpin Opens 12th Auto Dealership

Galpin Motors has become the exclusive dealer of Kia cars and sport utility vehicles in the San Fernando Valley.

Informa to Move Regional HQ to Agoura Hills

Informa Research Services, a market research firm and division of Informa UK of London, plans to move to Agoura Hills from Calabasas to accommodate growth, according to Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.

BioSolar Gets Partner

BioSolar Inc. has signed a joint development agreement with a South Korean battery maker for future collaboration.

Capstone Signs Lower-Cost Lender

Capstone Turbine Corp. has entered new agreements with a San Jose lender to receive up to $12 million in revolving credit.

Warner Center Office Building Changes Hands

A 64,000-square-foot Warner Center office building has sold for $14.5 million, according to CoStar Group Inc.