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Fourth-Generation Family Member to Lead Bobrick Washroom Equipment

Matthew Louchheim has been named president of Bobrick Washroom Equipment Inc., the fourth generation to lead the family-owned company.

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Teledyne Instruments to Land on Asteroid

Instruments from Teledyne Technologies Inc. are aboard a NASA spacecraft that is scheduled to land on an asteroid.

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Montrose Man Pleads Not Guilty in Adult Website Investment Plot

A Montrose man pleaded not guilty to a charge of wire fraud for allegedly defrauding investors out of more than $1 million through an adult entertainment website scam.

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Teledyne Subsidiary Joins Effort to Map World's Seafloor

Teledyne Caris has entered a partnership with the Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project and the U.K. Hydrographic Office to advance efforts to map the seafloor by 2030.

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Businesses Can Reopen? Many Wonโ€™t Do So Soon

Although many long-suffering Los Angeles County businesses were allowed to reopen Monday โ€“ at very limited capacity โ€“ at least some in the Valley area said they donโ€™t plan to reopen just yet.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

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Loop Media Launches Wiggles Channel on Roku

Loop Media has expanded its partnership with Roku to bring the Wiggles Channel exclusively to the streaming service.

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Skateland Makes Way For Homeless

Closed rink conversion to provide bridge housing.

Roller rink Skateland has permanently closed after six decades in business, with the iconic Northridge building slated to become a bridge-housing facility through the nonprofit Hope of the Valley.

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Surprises in MGAโ€™s New Dollhouse

Mansion features drive-thru diner and swimming pool.

Chatsworth-based MGA Entertainment Inc. announced late last month the launch of the LOL OMG House of Surprises, a dollhouse featuring 1980s themed rooms, as featured in the โ€œLOL Surprise!โ€ series on YouTube.

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Hotel Chef Moves to Ghost Kitchen

Zef BBQ opts for pop-up model at other restaurants.

Logan Sandovalโ€™s Zef BBQ leaves Simi Valley garage to try ghost kitchen model.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

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Bros. Grow Chain After Virus Surge

Siblings look to duplicate their Canoga Park flagship restaurant.

Siblings look to duplicate their Canoga Park Middle Eastern restaurant.

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Large Companies Learn to Ratchet Up Growth

LIST: Expansion at scale occurs in essential sectors such as tools and trucking.

Itโ€™s a major milestone for small businesses to execute a strategy for fast growth, but large companies in the Valley have learned to grow at double-digit rates despite their bulk.

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Camarillo Apartment Complex Sells for $96 Million

In Camarillo, a 213-apartment complex known as Las Positas has garnered $95.75 million, or $449,530 per unit.

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Black Entrepreneurs Month: Tay Watts Posh Candle Co.

Van Nuys Business: Candle maker Email: hello@poshcandleco.com โ€ข Website: poshcandleco.com

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Disneyโ€™s Layoffs Grow to 32,000

Walt Disney Co. plans to lay off about 32,000 employees in the coming months โ€“ 4,000 more than previously announced โ€“ due to government ordered lockdowns, according to a filing late Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Gelt and Uhon Secure $83 Million Bridge Loan for Watermark Project

Real estate developers Gelt Inc. and Uhon have secured $83 million in bridge refinancing on behalf of its joint venture The Watermark Apartments in Reseda.

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Teledyne Debuts Machine Cameras

New product line targets industrial applications.

Teledyne Dalsa announced last month the launch of the Linea Lite family of scan cameras

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Cheesecake Optimistic as Dining Rooms Open

RESTAURANTS: Revenue drops by half, but trends show improvement.

Executives with Cheesecake Factory Inc. are confident that the Calabasas restaurant chain will emerge in a strong position once the coronavirus pandemic subsides.

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Outdoor Dining, Hair Salons Reopen in Ventura County, But Not Yet in L.A.

California has lifted its limited stay-at-home order, allowing the reopening of outdoor dining and indoor haircuts in most of the state โ€“ including Ventura County, but not L.A. County.