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Bank of America to Lay Off 120 at Simi Valley Loan Center

Bank of America is laying off more than 120 employees from its home loan department in Simi Valley effective later this year.

BlackLine Beats Wall Street Expectations

BlackLine Inc. beat Wall Street estimates on revenue and adjusted earnings in the fourth quarter.

Earnings Roundup: ASGN, NetSol, Cinedigm Report

ASGN gains, NetSol improves and Cinedigm meets Wall Street expectations.

LTC Enters $17 Million Buy-Leaseback Joint Venture

LTC Properties Inc., a real estate investment trust specializing in senior housing and health care properties, has entered into a joint venture buy-leaseback relationship with English Meadows Senior Living Communities, based out of Virginia.

PennyMac Mortgage to Sell 7 Million Shares in Offering

PennyMac Mortgage Investment Trust plans to raise capital by 7 million of its shares, the company announced Monday.

Economic Breakfast Sees 'Uncharted Territory' Ahead

Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks and California Lutheran University presented the 2019 Economic Outlook Forecast Breakfast on Friday at Cal Lutheran’s Sports Center in Thousand Oaks.

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Forecast: National Economy, Local Real Estate Stay Strong

The economy may be showing signs of a slowdown, but the underlying fundamentals are strong. That was the takeaway from City National Bank’s Economic & Investment Forum, held Thursday at Four Seasons Westlake Village.

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Hixme Insurance Names New CEO

Hixme Insurance Solutions Inc., an Agoura Hills company specializing in health insurance software technology, has appointed Rodney Gibson as its new chief executive.

Avery Dennison, Mission Valley Bank Report Earnings

Avery Dennison beat Wall Street estimates on adjusted earnings while matching revenue in the fourth quarter.

Cal Lutheran Economic Center Joins Wall Street Journal Survey

The Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University has joined as a contributor to the Wall Street Journal’s Economic Forecasting Survey.

Preview: Marijuana Woes

On both the retail and real estate fronts, operations hit snags.

California Credit Union Offers Government Shutdown Relief

Glendale-based California Credit Union is offering financial relief programs to members whose paychecks have been interrupted by the partial government shutdown.

BlackLine Hires Head of Japanese Subsidiary

BlackLine Inc. has hired technology executive Yoshiko Furuhama as country manager for BlackLine K.K., the company's recently established subsidiary in Japan.

Sasha Baluka Joins Bessolo Haworth

Sherman Oaks accounting firm Bessolo Haworth has appointed Sasha Baluka as a principal.

James Cameron Co-Founded School Offers Franchise Opportunities

Muse Global, a school in Calabasas co-founded by filmmaker James Cameron, his wife Suzy Amis Cameron and her sister Rebecca Amis, has entered the franchise market to expand its educational format in the U.S. and internationally.