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Automotive: Galpin Auto Sports’ GTR1 supercar has style.
What makes your company unusual? Alan: Getting your iPhone or other personal electronic devices repaired is still a new concept.
Dimitry Slabyak wants to be in control of everything.
What led you to start your own company? Matthew Smith: I was previously an entrepreneur before going back to college in my mid-20s.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
ImmunGene, a biotech firm developing anti-body proteins for cancer drugs, has landed $9 million in funding.
Ventura County is leading an effort to bring a drone test program to the area. Millions of dollars are at stake.
Over the next several years Southern California has an opportunity to once again be at the forefront of a new chapter in aviation history.
Editorial Cartoon SFVBJ - November 11, 2013
TAKE TWO - This week's Editorial Cartoon by Steve Greenberg
Finance: Should a company bankroll growth with private equity, loans or crowdfunding?
E-Commerce: Online sales, celebrity tweets spark Calabasas furniture maker Abbyson Living.
E-Commerce: At one fast-growth company, celebs help sell furniture.
Tech: Resume troubles hit longtime executive, stock goes into sharp decline.
Technology: Ixia losses a chief executive but gains an acquisition.
Editor: Fastest growing lessons.
Santa Clarita field could be sold, expanded
Energy: The Placerita Canyon oil field may have new owners.
Entertainment: Royer Labs has advanced the old-fashioned ‘ribbon’ microphone for the digital age, winning a Technical Grammy.
Entertainment: Old-fashioned microphones have new appeal at Royer Labs.
Biotech: Energy crop company Ceres Inc. letting workers go.
Biotech: Layoffs loom at seed research firm Ceres Inc.