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Inside Baseball Over Breakup Terminology Too Late

Commentary: From The Newsroom by Michael Hart

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Creative Agency Partners With Tech Provider

ADVERTISING: Protocols for high-definition content at film studios prompts deal.

While attending last year’s television industry trade show MIPCOM in France, Peter Martin was struck by how much programming was being released in 4K and ultra-high definition formats.

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Diagnosis by Data

Can artificial intelligence software developed for NASA’s Mars Rover help doctors back on Earth?

Glendale firm applys AI to healthcare.

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New Media Changing Job Searches, Hiring

Friends aren't the only ones looking at MySpace and Facebook sites; so are would-be bosses.

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The Briefing: THE BOSS' MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

When Jolene Koester decided almost two years ago that the opportunity to be president of Cal State Northridge might be worth leaving her position as provost at Cal State Sacramento for, she realized this was not the typical state university campus she was

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Assets

The term job security has become as much a 20th century oxymoron as fresh air and common courtesy. Companies are created, then merge, fold or succumb to acquisition in less time that it used to take a small shopkeeper to receive his first inventory. The r

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Evaluating Pluses and Minuses of Irrational Exuberance

In its April 1 edition, the Economist published what it called "A Thinker's Guide" to Internet economics. It took the view that most Internet investors are probably doomed. "In all technological revolutions from the railways to the Internet, the only sure

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Financial Services Profile: Paul Baboolal

Valley financial professionals give advice about customer service.

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Calabasas Can Be Choosey About New Developments

Calabasas: The city of only 20,000 people has a tidy sum of $26 million in the bank, putting it in the cat bird seat when it comes to what gets built in the city and where.

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ObamaCare: The Gift That Keeps Giving

Op-Ed: Health reform costs start adding up.

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These Leaders in Forefront of HR World

HR professionals recognized as best in Valley region.

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Software Company Executive Gets Taste of Food Business

Executive at software consulting firm makes foray into food business.

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Companies Get Creative in Boosting Worker Morale

RETENTION: Other things replace increases in pay.

HR professionals finding alternatives to traditional financial incentives

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Here's What We Have Planned For This Year

Here's What We Have Planned For This Year. Column by SFVBJ editor, Jason Schaff.

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Entrepreneurial Pet Owner Makes Trackable Tags

WIRELESS: With Bluetooth-enabled technology, lost dogs are found on phone.

Oak Park startup Huan uses Bluetooth tags and a phone app to monitor pet locations.

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Why I Fly Coach but You Shouldn’t

TWC Aviation goes the extra mile for its aircraft owners.

In Their Own Words. CEOs sound off on how they keep their companies on the “fast” track: TWC Aviation: Andrew Richmond

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Healthier Employees, Both Physically and Mentally, Benefit Any Company

Companies Use Contests and Games To Promote Fitness

From group walks to weight loss competitions, businesses are doing creative things to keep their employees healthy.

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Healthier Employees, Both Physically and Mentally, Benefit Any Company

From group walks to weight loss competitions, businesses are doing creative things to keep their employees healthy.

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Sweet Spot Attracts the Candy Crowd

Bakers, confectioners gather for second annual Cookie Con.

Burbank couple starts sweet trade show.

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Bread Gives Rise to Cafe Expansion

Open-hearth sandwich shop opens fifteenth location in Pasadena.

Café Urbane opens shop in Pasadena.