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Tarzana Hospital on Schedule for 2023 Debut

HEALTH CARE: $644 million construction project pushes through the pandemic.

Construction of the Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center, a $644 million joint venture between Providence Health & Services and Cedars-Sinai, is on track to be completed by 2023.

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‘New Old’ Vibe

development: Renewed Sportsmen’s Lodge aims to deliver upscale shops with a sense of the site’s history.

Redevelopment of Sportsmen’s Lodge to deliver upscale stores with a sense of history.

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Back to Class for an MBA

Pandemic motivates more people to take an interest in business education.

Number of applications for master of business administration programs grows during the pandemic.

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Final Landing for Camarillo Pilot

Mark Oberman of Channel Islands Aviation pilots his last flight.

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Cal Lutheran Ranked Among Best Regional Universities

California Lutheran University was ranked eighth among the 130 regional universities in the 15 western states, according to U.S. News and World Report.

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Metro Expands Ride-Hailing Service to Northwest Valley

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

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Multiple Growth Strategies for Chip Maker

TECHNOLOGY: Semtech in Camarillo expects ‘stronger second half’ in 2021.

Multiple markets fuel growth for chip maker Semtech Corp.

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Earthquake Rattles Residents, But Results in No Damage

An earthquake just outside of Thousand Oaks rattled residents but didn’t produce any reported damage or disruption to businesses.

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Medical Office Sells for $25 Million in Glendale

Deal indicates sector’s strength as investors look for stable income in the post-COVID economy.

The market for medical office buildings continues strong in the San Fernando Valley.

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Dream Garage

AUTOMOTIVE: North Hollywood car shop celebrates the work of George Barris, ‘King of the Kustomizers.’

Barris Kustom Industries relocates from long-time North Hollywood site.

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Former Amazon Executive Becomes CFO at Calavo Growers

Santa Paula-based avocado company Calavo Growers has announced the appointment of Mariela Matute as its chief financial officer, effective Oct. 11.

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Cal Lutheran Expands Tuition Price-Matching Program

California Lutheran University’s Public Price Promise program is expanding to match the costs of all nine University of California undergraduate campuses.

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Can’t We Get a Flexible Workweek?

VICA President Stuart Waldman asks if state can get a flexible workweek.

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RabbleHealth Fills Panel of Advisors

Array of talent to help with patient information app.

Digital patient engagement company Rabble Health has made four additions to its advisory board with the onboarding of Mitch Ross, former vice president of individual and family plans at Kaiser Permanente; process innovation researcher Brad Power, biotech marketing veteran Diana Porter Bodden and epidemiologist Dr. J. Michael Sprafka.

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Equity Innovation Center at CSUN

Program to focus on career development in technology.

Innovation hub to help Latinx students in STEM courses, careers.

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$17 Million Hangars for Aeroplex

Sun Air Jets will use new Van Nuys facility.

Aeroplex Group Partners said last month that it has completed a $16.8 million development project at Van Nuys Airport.

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L.A. City Offers Free Business Counseling

Program will focus on financial management and credit improvement in pandemic’s aftermath.

City of Los Angeles starts program to provide small business owners with counseling.

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Lancaster Hospital Ups Credit Score

Facility attains investment grade rank in Antelope Valley.

Antelope Valley Hospital received a BBB long-term credit rating and a BBB issuer credit rating from Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings, together marking the highest credit score the hospital has received on record.

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