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Vacation club tries Costco approach to luxury
Tourism: Bellazo finds an inexpensive entry to luxury vacation home rentals.
Investments: GrowLife trades halted by manipulation fears.
Investments: An SEC-imposed halt in trading could wither GrowLife’s prospects.
Health Care: Glendale doctors manager expands under reform.
Health Care: Apollo Medical Holdings reinvents itself as a Medicare provider.
Northrop-sponsored science competition eyes future workers.
Education: A science fair could yield future employees for Northrop Grumman.
Artisan shops opening around the Valley in latest gourmet trend.
Food: Cheese entrepreneurs are opening stores across the Valley.
Institution seeks to attract customers by destroying documents.
Banking: Why credit unions love paper-shredding parties.
Electronics: New suite of services introduced at Las Vegas trade show.
Total Merchant Services is branching out.
Marketing: City could be latest to assess hotel fee to form tourism district.
Simi Valley is close to joining the growing list of local cities to establish a tourism business improvement district, or TBID.
Litigation: Proponents want funds to start service for firms and individuals.
Plans to launch a low-cost mediation service for Valley attorneys have entered the home stretch toward becoming reality.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
AmaWaterways has added two more ships to its growing fleet of river cruisers.
Op-Ed: Hotel wage hike could hurt workers, says business group.
Members-only airline taking off as it expands flights
Aviation: Will Surf Air’s membership airline business model fly in Burbank?
Entertainment: Academy of Country Music keeping Valley headquarters.
Entertainment: The Academy of Country Music calls Encino home.
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.