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New Dean at CSUN Business School

Chandra Subramaniam is the new dean of the Nazarian College of Business & Economics at California State University – Northridge.

Mustang Marketing Acquires Ventura Firm

Mustang Marketing in Thousand Oaks plans to acquire ZestNet Inc., a traditional and digital marketing firm based in Ventura.

Glendale Accounting Firm Takes New Name

Business accounting firm Sadd Velazquez Higashi Shammaa LLP has changed its name to the Accountancy, the Glendale company announced Wednesday.

Antelope Valley Lawmakers Sponsor Water Rate Reform

Two Antelope Valley lawmakers have sponsored legislation to bring changes to how the California Public Utilities Commission sets rates for investor-owned water companies.

Personal Injury Attorney Opens Burbank Office

Personal injury lawyer Joshua Glotzer has opened a new office in Burbank.

Preview: Pot Lawyers: Higher Demand

Recreational marijuana is legal but regulated -- and cannabis entrepreneurs need attorneys to figure out the details.

Report: Gas Moratorium Pulled From CPUC Agenda

The president of the California Public Utilities Commission has withdrawn from consideration a temporary moratorium on new natural gas hookups in Los Angeles County, according to media reports.

AMS Receives Certification as a Social Enterprise

Advantage Media Services Inc. announced Thursday the company has received certification from Los Angeles County as a Social Enterprise.

Drug Treatment Center Expands in Sherman Oaks

Addiction treatment center Cliffside Malibu has expanded its operations into the San Fernando Valley with a new outpatient facility in Sherman Oaks.

LAPD's Charlie Beck to Retire

Los Angeles Chief of Police Charlie Beck announced Friday that he plans to retire from his post at the beginning of the summer.

Groundbreaking for $92 Million NoHo Water Treatment Plant

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti broke ground Wednesday at the North Hollywood West Groundwater Treatment Project, a plant to restore the use of groundwater for drinking in the San Fernando Valley.

Airport Commission Clears Van Nuys Construction Project

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners has accepted a report finding that construction of a new fixed-based operation at Van Nuys Airport will not harm the environment.

CRC Shares Gain Another 13 Percent on Quarterly Results

After gaining 17 percent Monday, shares of California Resources Corp. moved higher Tuesday with a gain of more than 13 percent.

CRC Shares Gain 17 Percent on Quarterly Results, Higher Oil Prices

Higher oil prices, a narrower net loss and the chance of extending debt payment deadlines set share prices soaring Monday by 17-plus percent for Chatsworth energy producer California Resources Corp.

CSUN Names Business School Building for Booksteins

Officials at California State University – Northridge have named the building that houses the university’s business college Bookstein Hall in honor of alumni Harriet and Harvey Bookstein.

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