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Teledyne Secures Approval for Flir Deal in Canada, Germany

Teledyne Technologies Inc. has received antitrust clearance from regulatory agencies in Canada and Germany for its acquisition of Flir Systems Inc.

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Teledyne Taps Funding for Underwater Map Technology

Teledyne CARIS, a subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. in Thousand Oaks, has received “significant funding” from Canada’s Ocean Supercluster to develop a software system for remote underwater surveying.

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Chatsworth Aerospace Firm Acquires Rights to Pratt & Whitney Engine Parts

Chatsworth aerospace manufacturer Ontic has acquired manufacturing rights from Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. for more of its JT15D engine parts.

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Loop Media Signs Canadian Distribution Deal

Short-form video distributor Loop Media Inc. has signed a partnership agreement with Switch Inc., a Canadian telecom service provider.

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Godiva to Shutter or Sell All Stores

The closure includes locations at the Glendale Galleria, Camarillo Premium Outlets and Westfield Topanga mall in Woodland Hills.

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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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Loop’s Many Partners on Growth Path

Distributor seeks ‘to entertain every household’ worldwide.

Loop Media Inc. has announced three new partnerships in the past month.

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SRAX Reconstitutes Microcap Index

SRAX Inc. has reconstituted its LD Micro Index, a fund comprising nearly 1,200 microcap companies in the U.S. and Canada.

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L.A. County Introduces COVID Compliance Program for Businesses

Business owners can now sign up for a COVID-19 safety compliance program through Los Angeles County, the Public Health Department said.

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An MBA in Unusual Times

Local business schools adapt to the pandemic while enrollment remains strong.

Master in business administration programs in the Valley region have not seen a decrease in enrollment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving administrators pleasantly surprised after months of uncertainty.

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Burbank Caps Food Delivery Fees

Following the lead of other cities including Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Burbank City Council has adopted a temporary ordinance to cap commission rates for food delivery to assist in the reopening of businesses impacted by COVID-19.

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Loop Media Inks Distribution Deal for Music Videos

Loop Media Inc. has signed a deal to distribute 19 music video channels through DistroTV, an independent free streaming television service.

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Disney Names Two New Board Members

Walt Disney Co. has elected Amy Chang and Calvin McDonald to the company’s board.

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State Orders Burgerim to Refund Franchisees

The state has ordered fast casual burger chain Burgerim to refund $57 million in franchise fees paid by more than 1,500 would-be restaurant operators after finding the Encino company violated California’s franchise regulations.

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National Veterinary Associates Grows Hospital Network

Agoura Hills-based National Veterinary Associates announced Tuesday that Sage Veterinary Centers has decided to join NVA’s network of pet hospitals.

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Toy Industry’s Pandemic Boom

Disney, MGA benefit from stay-at-home spending.

Toy sales in the U.S. grew 16 percent last year to $25.1 billion, according to a January report from New York research company The NPD Group.

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Order for Burgerim Founder to Pay

Regulators find franchiser violated state rules.

The state has ordered fast casual burger chain Burgerim to refund tens of millions of dollars in franchise fees paid by more than 1,500 would-be restaurant operators after finding the Encino company violated California’s franchise regulations.

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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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