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.
Production: A Kickstarter campaign promises to make an indie horror film without digital trickery.
Katherine McCune’s late husband worked on ‘Star Wars.’ She’s taken his firm in directions he never would have imagined.
Q&A: Katherine McCune is moving her company from movie making to fine art creation.