San Fernando Valley Business Journal

Andrew Khouri covers real estate, technology, law, transportation, alternative energy and the cities of Santa Clarita and Glendale. He joined the company in August 2011.
Khouri previously held internships at the Los Angeles Times, the Daily Breeze and the Associated Press.
He has a bachelor’s of arts in history from the University of San Diego and a master’s of arts in journalism from the University of Southern California.

Recent Stories

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Restaurant Depot Plans New Warehouse in North Hills

Real Estate: Company says new facility will lead to new hires, increased sales.

REAL ESTATE: Restaurant Depot plans move to new North Hills facility

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Valley Moms Look To ‘Ditch The Itch’

Calabasas-based company now selling Undercover Tape in 30 stores in seven states.

INVENT: New product aims to eliminate discomfort from itchy clothing tags

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Developer Plans Single-Family Farmhouse Community

Homes: Newport Beach Builder buys nearly 9 acres in Chatsworth near Stoney Point

REAL ESTATE: Developer plans single family community in Chatsworth

Teledyne Expanding Underwater Vehicle Product Mix

STRATEGY: Thousand Oaks firm continues to grow through acquisition.

TECH: Teledyne continues to grow through strategic acquisitions

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Medical Office Project Meets Demand for New Space

REAL ESTATE: Pacoima developer says new Tarzana project offers doctors flexibilty.

Mega medical office complex proposed in Tarzana

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Distressed for Success

Mike Adler of Adler Realty Investments discusses how he got started in the real estate business and why’s he’s selling off top-quality properties to gain capital to acquire and refurbish distressed p

Mike Adler of Adler Realty Investments

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Historic Weider Publications Building Hits the Market

SPACE: Publisher of fitness magazines exited last year; local office gem now up for lease.

Historic Weider building for lease

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Peak Time Chills

Energy: Ice Energy relocates headquarters to Glendale to be near its largest utility clients and prospective clients.

Ice Energy moves burgeoning business to Glendale

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Financial Advisor Develops Safety Alarm App for iPhone

Software: White House honors Sun Valley entrepreneur for her personal safety product.

Sun Valley financial advisor develops safety alarm application

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SUCCESS

Contractor shows attention to detail.

Rossmoyne Inc. serves as a general contractor and emergency service-provider

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