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NFL Star Launches Upscale Card Shop

Westlake Village store sells Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon products.

From pigskin to Pokemon: Pro football player Cassius Marsh has a new game – a new card shop in the Conejo Valley.

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Kingsbarn to Seek Solid Investments

Vegas firm appoints vice president for the Valley region.

Kingsbarn Real Estate Capital, based in Las Vegas, owns capital funds and focuses on buying commercial real estate to provide structured investments to high-net-worth individuals, family trusts, foundations and institutional investors.

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Gelt Buys Oregon Multifamily for $30 Million

Tarzana-based real estate firm Gelt Inc. has made a $30 million investment in Gresham, Ore. with the acquisition of Silverwood Apartments.

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Watermark Lands $83 Million Bridge Loan

Tarzana’s Gelt and partner Uhon secure financing for nearly complete 250-unit development in Reseda.

Watermark has hit its mark with bridge financing.

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Insomniac Games Plays into Sony’s PS5 Launch

Console marketing features ‘Miles Morales,’ ‘Rift.’

Video games made by a Burbank development studio played a central role in the launch of Sony Corp.’s next-generation PlayStation 5 console.

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A Crash Coming for Home Prices?

No one can see the future. But when it comes to residential real estate, we can put our high beams on the road ahead by studying the buying and selling behavior of American consumers based on age.

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Clinic Debuts Cancer Heat Therapy

First prostate patient on West Coast treated.

RadNet’s Liberty Pacific Advanced Imaging West Hills, an outpatient facility near West Hills Hospital, is the first site on the West Coast to perform a breakthrough treatment for prostate cancer.

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Large Companies Learn to Ratchet Up Growth

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

It’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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Amgen Lung Cancer Drug Approved by FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave accelerated approval to Lumakras, a drug from Amgen Inc. for adult patients with non-small cell lung cancer.

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Farmers Insurance Buys MetLife Auto & Home

A subsidiary of insurance carrier Farmers Group Inc. will acquire MetLife Auto & Home, the property and casualty division of MetLife Inc.

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Freight Right Global Logistics Inc.

Freight Right Global Logistics Inc.

Freight Right Global Logistics Inc.’s business model brings technology to the commercial transportation sector.

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Amgen Buys Rodeo Therapeutics

Amgen Inc. on Tuesday announced plans to acquire Rodeo Therapeutics Corp., a private biopharmaceutical company based in Seattle.

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CEO Provides Capital Infusion for Tix

Tix Corp. has entered into a binding letter of agreement with Chief Executive Mitch Francis after concluding a strategic review process.

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The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear Novartis AG’s appeal of a lower court’s decision, allowing locally based pharmaceutical giant Amgen Inc. to keep its patent protection for the rheumatoid arthritis drug Enbrel until 2029.

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Theme Park Stores Open

Disney and Universal resume shopping, dining.

NBCUniversal’s Universal Studios Hollywood and Walt Disney Co.’s California Adventure theme parks are reopening shops and restaurants as state regulations promise the reopening of all theme parks at limited capacity as soon as April 1.

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Stickers Deflect Radiation From Wireless Earbuds

TECHNOLOGY: WaveBlock finds eager health-conscious market on social media.

TECHNOLOGY: WaveBlock finds eager health-conscious market on social media.

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Paper Analyzes COVID for K-12

SynED publishes takeaways for higher education sector.

Thousand Oaks educational nonprofit SynED earlier this month published a report detailing insights from academics regarding the long-term impacts of the pandemic on teaching and learning.

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Skateland Turns to Homeless Facility

Hope of the Valley to buy the closed rink in Northridge.

The owners of iconic Northridge roller skating rink Skateland have announced they plan to sell the property at 18140 Parthenia St. to homeless services nonprofit Hope of the Valley, which will transform the building into a bridge housing facility.