Staff Reporter (Retail, Hospitality, Nonprofits)
Business software provider Cforia Software has announced that Karl Florida will succeed founder Chris Caparon as chief executive officer.
Universal Studios Hollywood opened for guests to visit the theme park’s rides and attractions, including the all-new “The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!” and “Jurassic World—The Ride.”
Civil protests spur sales at bookstore in Sylmar.
Tia Chucha’s Cultural Center expands larger location.
REGULATION: Burbank police condemn ‘persistent unlawful behavior’ despite arrests.
The city of Burbank and local business owners of Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill continue to face off in their ongoing battle over coronavirus closures
Camarillo’s kidSTREAM to promote science, math.
The former Camarillo Library will soon be donated to nonprofit kidSTREAM to develop an interactive children’s museum.
Three Valley organizations join the training program.
The Los Angeles Office of Diversion and Reentry has partnered with several Valley nonprofits to launch a new job training and mental health support pilot program called SECTOR.
Vaccination requirement allows face-to-face interaction inside.
North Hollywood bar becomes members-only club.
RETAIL: Food trucks operate in new venues as customers’ eating habits evolve during pandemic.
Food trucks operate in new venues as customers’ eating habits change.
Marketing campaign stresses safety for conference and trade shows.
California Resources Corp. appoints Mark “Mac” McFarland as permanent chief executive.
TECHNOLOGY: BIGtoken adds BitCoin to cashout options.
CRYPTO Data marketplace BIGToken adds Bitcoin as a cash-out option for its users.