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Sports: Fenway Partners unloads Easton’s baseball biz.
Sports: Owner of Easton-Bell Sports has sold the company’s baseball business.
M&A: Harman Press in North Hollywood buys Sun Valley rival.
M&A: Two union print shops become one through an acquisition.
Finance: Interthinx Inc. scooped up by First American of Santa Ana.
Finance: Mortgage data company InterThinx sells for $155 million.
Burbank native Michael Cusumano has helped build his family’s company into a leading developer in the Media City.
Q&A: Michael Cusumano followed his family’s heritage into real estate.
Real Estate: High Temp plans to lease portion of new Sylmar headquarters.
A small Sylmar metal distributor has bought larger headquarters with extra space it plans to lease.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. has started an in-house printing division to release print and digital books featuring its animated characters.
Market Watch Summary
The stock market made a rebound of sorts in the two-week period ended Feb. 19.
Advocacy group argues minimum wage hike will hurt small employers still recovering from recession.
The general consensus is that the worst of the Great Recession is behind us, and now it is not a matter of whether we will recover – but how quickly.
The generation that helped develop the San Fernando Valley is now preparing to retire.
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Movie Ranch Up For Sale
Production: Blue Cloud Movie Ranch is for sale – at half its original price.
Development: Critics say hotel doesn’t rate for east Calabasas.
Development: Calabasas may not welcome a new hotel and 150 homes.
Retailer: Struggling chain surprises with earnings, but underlying problems exist.
Retail: Sport Chalet profits by cutting costs despite lower revenue.
Law: Former area mayor leads move after closure of local office.
Jackson DeMarco Tidus & Peckenpaugh has hired four lawyers, essentially absorbing the land-use practice of Alston & Bird LLP, a large Atlanta firm that closed its Ventura County office.
Real Estate: BeatBike opens first outlet with five-year deal pegged at $1.2 million.
One of the few vacant spots at the upscale Village Walk at Tarzana retail center has filled up.