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Zevia Shares Debut on New York Stock Exchange

Zevia, the Encino-based beverage company, started trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ZVIA.

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Software Connects Humans and Robots

InVia partners with Rufus Labs for warehouse work.

Maker of robots for warehouses pairs up with company that makes wearable technology.

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ImmunoCellular Therapeutics Applies to Stay on OTC Market

Westlake Village biotech company ImmunoCellular Therapeutics has applied for continued public quoting on the over-the-counter market to comply with amended Rule 15c2-11 under the Securities and Exchange Act.

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Capstone Sells Turbines to Australian Oil, Gas Operators

Capstone Green Energy Corp. has received an order for three of its microturbines for use at oil and gas projects in Australia.

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Adventist Health Simi Valley Partners on Up-Front Medical Payment Program

Adventist Health Simi Valley and MDsave have partnered on a new way for patients to save money as an increasing number of people pay out of pocket for health care.

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LegalZoom Valuation Passes $7.5 Billion in IPO

Online legal technology company LegalZoom.com Inc. made its market debut with a share price that gave the company a valuation of more than $7.5 billion.

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Mask Mandate Returns in L.A. County

In response to a sharp increase in transmission rates of COVID-19, L.A. County officials have reinstated the indoor mask mandate which ended June 15.

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‘Workin’ Mom’ Has Juggled Dual Career

Compass Sherman Oaks agent Jessalyn Wanlim mixes residential real estate with role in a Netflix series.

Sherman Oaks agent Jessalyn Wanlim juggles real estate career with acting.

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Tejon Ranch Breaks Ground on Massive Spec Warehouse

Tejon Ranch Corp. has broken ground on a 629,274-square-foot speculative warehouse at Tejon Ranch Commerce Center near Lebec.

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Resonate Partners with Distributor

Cannabis wellness and lifestyle company Resonate Blends of Calabasas has selected Mars Distribution to distribute its Koan Cordial product line.

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Small Firms Are Lifted By Recovery Grants

Valley Rising program helps businesses post-pandemic.

Small businesses in the Valley area receive grants to help with post-pandemic recovery.

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Leisure Returns, Uncertainty on Business Travel

HOSPITALITY: Hotels report vacationers fill rooms, but conferences still absent.

The hotel industry is bracing to accommodate pent-up demand for rooms.

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VALLEY INSIDER

LegalZoom’s Indie Auditor

Elder care attorney Terri Hilliard named to serve as District 6 governor for California Women Lawyers.

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Residential Broker’s Side Hustle: Insurance

Eli Tene of Century 21 Peak in Woodland Hills looks to cross sell coverage to clientele of new homeowners.

Peak Entities adds insurance to its portfolio of real estate-related businesses.

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NewMark Merrill Hires Six Executives

NewMark Merrill Cos., a shopping center owner, has grown its executive team by six with a half-dozen outside hires brought aboard to meet demand as the retail sector opens post-pandemic.

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FDA OK for Lumakras Opens Lung Market

Amgen drug is the first that specifically targets common type of non-small cell pulmonary cancer.

FDA approval for Amgen Inc.’s drug Lumkras to treat lung cancer.

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Will LegalZoom Grow Post IPO?

FINANCE: Glendale online firm attains $7.3 billion valuation.

LegalZoom.com Inc. goes public with valuation of more than $7 billion.

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Well-Connected Hub

With the San Fernando Valley to the east and Conejo Valley to the south, Simi Valley occupies a a strategic position for industrial, office, apartments and even movie ranches.

Simi Valley is provides a well- connected location for industrial, office and residential buildings.

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Locals Earn Nonprofit of Year Awards

Lawmakers honor groups headquartered in districts.

State legislators and the California Association of Nonprofits announced their annual selections for Nonprofit of the Year

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How to Compensate for Comic-Con?

Taped panels, merchandise cheer fans at virtual event.

What Valley area companies are doing for the second virtual San Diego Comic-Con.

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