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Pub Breweries Poised to Pour in Reopening

RETAIL: Pandemic-weary consumers want local beers.

A new generation of boutique brewers has emerged across the Valley region.

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Brokers’ Boss

Richard Matricaria, new chief operating officer for the western U.S. at Marcus & Millichap, talks about the big picture for commercial real estate.

An interview with Richard Matricaria. the new chief operating officer for the western states at Marcus & Millichap Inc.

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Pharmavite   Buy Focuses On Women

Uqora specializes in treating urinary tract infections.

Pharmavite, a West Hills vitamin and supplement company, has acquired Uqora, a firm that specializes in urinary health supplements based in San Diego.

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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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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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A Pair of Upscale Home Flippers

David Emanuel at Compass locates the houses; Jacob Levy at Concept Renovation flips them.

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Metrolink to Train New Contractors

Rail service, lender to prepare companies for bid process.

Metrolink has partnered with Lendistry to create a free small business partnership program

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Senior Units To Supplant Church Site

Joint venture plans to build 238 dwellings in Encino.

The site of an Encino church will be transformed into 146 senior apartments, according to a filing with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

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Cannabis Firm Hires IR Company

Resonate Blends looks for ‘outreach’ to shareholders.

Cannabis holding company Resonate Blends enters a partnership with investor relations firm.

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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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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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Ice Business

SPORTS: Los Angeles Kings add another rink to the team’s portfolio with the opening of the Cube Santa Clarita Ice and Entertainment Center.

Los Angeles Kings corner the Valley market on ice skating rinks.

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$92 Million Valencia Sale

Cantor Fitzgerald buys Boston Scientific HQ.

The headquarters of Boston Scientific Neuromodulation at Southern California Innovation Park in Valencia has sold for $92 million

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California Expands Film Tax Credits

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law this week an expansion of the state’s film and television production tax credit program.

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UV Resources’ Bright Year Leads to Acquisition

TECHNOLOGY: Demand for air purification by ultraviolet light grows during pandemic.

Ultraviolent light equipment maker UV Resources in Valencia is acquired by Illinois firm.

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Westlake Village Home Sales Company to Go Public

Everhome Realty Inc., a Westlake Village-based real estate technology company that helps homeowners sell their properties, plans to go public through a Special Purpose Acquisition Company.

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Public Companies Prosper in Pandemic

LIST: Large-cap corporations in Valley come out of crisis with increased value.

Public companies in the Valley do quick turnaround from the pandemic.

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BlackLine Partnership to Facilitate Bank Connectivity

BlackLine Inc. has partnered with a San Diego cloud-based finance and IT provider to streamline the digitalization of financial operations at client companies.

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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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Prizes Offered for Chowing Down

Burbank, chamber promotion encourages restaurant patronage.

City and the Burbank Chamber encourage restaurant patronage as sector recovers.

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