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Preview: Hispanic Entrepreneurs Month

It sounds like the opening line for a joke: Two guys who work at the phone company both love beer.

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Amgen Announces R&D Partnership on Brain Diseases

Amgen Inc. announced the start of a collaboration with Neumora Therapeutics, a clinical-stage biopharma company specializing in brain disease medicines.

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PS Business Parks Sells San Diego Campus for $315 Million

PS Business Parks Inc. has sold its Lusk Business Park property in San Diego for $315 million as part of a 1031 exchange with an affiliate of Longfellow Real Estate Partners.

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Arcutis Submits FDA Application for Plaque Psoriasis Treatment

Westlake Village-based Arcutis Biotherapeutics has submitted a new drug application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its roflumilast cream, a treatment for mild to severe plaque psoriasis.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has added the northwest San Fernando Valley to its ride-hailing service Metro Micro.

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Culture as Competitive Advantage

Hispanics represent ‘the fastest-growing segment of the small business ecosystem.’

Hispanics represent the “fastest growing segment of the small business ecosystem,” according to Stanford report.

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VALLEY INSIDER

VCH’s Judi Rose to Retire

Judi Rose retires from Valley Community Healthcare.

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Princess Ship Resumes Cruising from L.A. Port

The longest-serving vessel of the Santa Clarita-based Princess Cruises fleet on Friday became the first ship to resume service from the Port of Los Angeles since passenger cruises shut down early last year.

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Rescue Banking

MANAGEMENT: Tamara Gurney recounts how the PPP program put community bankers on hot seat but they were able to save businesses.

Tamara Gurney of Mission Valley Bank recounts how the institution helped small business with PPP loans.

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Two Brewers Met at the Phone Company

Tap room operators shifted to beer-to-go during pandemic.

Jaime Hernandez and Tony Santa Cruz met at their jobs working for a phone company when they discovered their mutual love of brewing beer.

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California Resources Sells Ventura Basin Wells

ENERGY: Oil producer will ‘recycle capital’ to core fields.

Valencia oil and gas company sells off its Ventura basin wells.

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Industrial Transactions Sustain Brokerage Firms

LIST: Deal-makers look for revival of the office sector with hybrid workforce.

Industrial transactions sustain brokerage firms.

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Machinist Makes Worker-Owner Transition

Marco Manriquez decided to stop working for other people.

Six Hispanic businesspeople from the greater Valley area tell their stories.

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Amgen’s Repatha Gets FDA Approval for Children

The Food and Drug Administration has approved Amgen’s drug Repatha for patients as young as 10 years old who suffer from a genetic disorder that causes them to have very high cholesterol levels at a young age, the company announced.

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Filming Way Up in County

On-location filming was up in the third quarter, netting the third-highest total for any quarter on record, according to figures released Wednesday by FilmLA.

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From CSUN to Getting Documents Done Right

Carlos Camargo strives to give big tech to small businesses.

Carlos Camargo started Olé Copiers in 2014 with business partner Alex Payne after working in his industry for 20 years.

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Medical Office Sells for $24 Million in Burbank

A 50,986-square-foot on-campus medical office building in Burbank has sold for $23.9 million, or $468 per square foot.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

Stratolaunch, the aerospace company that built the world’s largest airplane, has added a former Pentagon official to its technical advisory group.

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L.A. City Council Takes First Vote for Vaccine Mandate

Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday held its first vote on an ordinance that would require proof of vaccination for patrons to enter many businesses, including restaurants, gyms, salons and movie theaters.