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ReachLocal Inc. on Monday released open-source software code that it said should help other developers create cross-platform mobile apps.
Sun Valley firm makes splash at Olympics with spectacular fountain.
Design: Sun Valley firm builds a water fountain for the Sochi Olympics.
Forest Lawn redefines ‘shop till you drop’ with mall kiosks.
Marketing: Forest Lawn sells cemetery plots at mall kiosks.
Hospitality: Building has begun on a Marriott next to another planned lodging in Burbank.
Hospitality: Marriott jumps into the building boom for Burbank hotels.
Health care: For-profit Tarzana autism agency boosted by sales, clinical study.
A new study claims the most comprehensive tool for assessing children who may have autism is an online screening tool developed by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders.
The digital revolution is radically changing the pratice of law, as paperwork gives way to online filings, video depositions and social media.
Technology: Is the digital revolution catching lawyers by surprise?
Spotlight: Glendale firm Christie Parker Hale competes with neighbor LegalZoom.com.
LightGabler specializes in employment law, counseling and litigation.
In 2012, Dmitry Gorin made headlines by defending a paparazzi photographer accused of chasing singer Justin Bieber on the San Diego (101) Freeway.
Kassan helps clients secure disability, long-term care and other benefits from their health insurance company.
Keith Zimmet practices corporate law specializing in asset-based lending, mergers and acquisitions and real estate transactions.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. has started an in-house printing division to release print and digital books featuring its animated characters.
Advocacy group argues minimum wage hike will hurt small employers still recovering from recession.
The general consensus is that the worst of the Great Recession is behind us, and now it is not a matter of whether we will recover – but how quickly.
The generation that helped develop the San Fernando Valley is now preparing to retire.