Trade: Economic agency organizes first China trip.
Trade: The first trade delegation from Santa Clarita to China may face competition from other cities in the county.
Simi Valley auctioneer gets some hot business with San Onofre sale.
Liquidation: MRI Auctions sells off equipment from the San Onofre nuclear power plant.
Sylmar non-profit will train blind and their guide dogs at facility.
Non-Profit: Guide Dogs of America expands its Sylmar facilities to better simulate real life with blindness.
Woodbury program teaches entrepreneurs how to change world.
Education: Woodbury University offers a new master’s program in Media for Social Justice.
Development: Ground has broken at the Westfield project where tenant Costco scored a long-term deal during the recession.
Development: Costco lease forms the centerpiece of the Village at Westfield Topanga project.
Giving: Camarillo campus gets $300,000 donation for program.
The California Institute for Social Business at Cal State Channel Islands has received a big boost, courtesy of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Entertainment: Growing props business spurs Profiles in History move.
Profiles in History has relocated to a new space in Calabasas that is much more conducive to its business of auctioning Hollywood memorabilia.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
A state Department of Motor Vehicles branch will open in Granada Hills, where the agency signed a five-year lease for about 35,000 square feet at a shopping center.
Op-Ed: The Field Laboratory was shut down too rapidly without due consideration of beneficial uses.
Op-Ed: Santa Susana cleanup deserves a second look; water infrastructure needs seismic upgrade.
TAKE TWO - This week's Editorial Cartoon by Steve Greenberg
Photographs of recent business-related events in the valleys, including parties, awards dinners, benefits and other celebrations.
Retired businessman writes first novel at 95, film version in works.
Publishing: At 95, former businessman Wendell Ware has a story to tell.
Legacy Effects is thriving in its tough entertainment niche through its pioneering use of 3-D printing technology.
Profile: 3-D printing helps Legacy Effects compete with computer graphics.