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Light Firm Sees Bonanza in Pandemic

Nightclubs and concert halls rush to remodel their fixtures.

As live events around the country remain on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, venues are finding an opportunity to remodel or refurbish old fixtures.

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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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No Fans in Stands Make for Ticketless Season

ENTERTAINMENT: Calabasas firm manages sports spending for companies.

Live sports and other events were among the earliest casualties of the coronavirus pandemic as venues and teams shut down their operations.

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CloudNine to Make Hangars Arise in Camarillo

Location to serve Valley, Malibu and Santa Barbara.

After several months of delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, RKR Inc. finally broke ground on its CloudNine hangar development at Camarillo Airport.

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FDA OK for Lumakras Opens Lung Market

Amgen drug is the first that specifically targets common type of non-small cell pulmonary cancer.

FDA approval for Amgen Inc.’s drug Lumkras to treat lung cancer.

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Network Manages Switch to Digital

ProVisors expands membership despite no face-to-face meetings.

ProVisors, a Sherman Oaks-based networking organization for business service professionals, found itself scrambling when the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to luncheons and office-based meetings – the basis of all its activities.

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As Reopening Nears, Universal to Hire 2,000

Universal Studios Hollywood is looking to hire more than 2,000 employees as it ramps up for full capacity operations.

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Avantus’ Buying Spree Fixes on Fastener Firms

Aviation company makes three strategic acquisitions.

Avantus Aerospace in Santa Clarita assembling a fastener division to compete against rivals.

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Quarterly Revenue Eludes Netsol, Tix Corp.

Netsol Technologies Inc. fell short of revenue projections, while Tix Corp. reported zero revenue for the quarter.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

AROUND THE VALLEYS

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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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Preview: Lawyers See Flood of Bankruptcies in Early 2021

Bankruptcy filings could reach a historical high next year as the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on business operations in nearly all industries.

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Preview: No Fans in Stands Make for Ticketless Season

ENTERTAINMENT: Calabasas firm manages sports spending for companies.

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Don’t Give Us Another Lockdown

Following a surge in confirmed cases of COVID-19, Ventura County last week was pushed back into the state’s most restrictive “purple tier.”

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Advocate Seeks Change in the Valley Via 501(c)(3)

Daily protests in Sherman Oaks spawn organization.

Latora Green has been protesting police brutality and institutional racism on the steps of the Sherman Oaks Galleria for 176 consecutive days.

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Food Share’s Hungry Year

Ventura County operation honored by elected official.

Food Share of Ventura County has been selected as a 2020 California Nonprofit of the Year amid its massive effort to combat hunger during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Income Inequality for Most of Us

As my father who owned an upholstery shop would say back in the day, “Let’s get down to brass tacks.”

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Lawsuits Against Defiant Businesses Dropped in Ventura County

The Ventura County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously this week to drop lawsuits against five remaining businesses that had ignored coronavirus restrictions forbidding indoor operations.

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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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Disney Beats Expectations With $710 Million Loss

Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue in the fiscal fourth quarter.