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Virus Nixes Sea Voyages

Following quarantine, cruise line curtails itineraries.

Santa Clarita-based Princess Cruises has canceled and modified voyages in China and Southeast Asia for this year following the coronavirus outbreak

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Avita Medical Expands Globally

Northridge medical tech company Avita Medical, which specializes in skin and burn treatments, is furthering its global expansion.

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Santa Clarita Business Owners Released from Quarantined Princess Ship

The owners of a Santa Clarita radio station were among hundreds of passengers released this weekend from the quarantined Diamond Princess cruise ship, on which hundreds of cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed.

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Conduct a Human Energy Audit To Boost Efficiency at Your Firm

Conduct a Human Energy Audit To Boost Efficiency at Your Firm

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BYD Offers Design Options to Make Buses Safer From Coronavirus

BYD Motors Inc. unveiled on Wednesday new options for its electric buses that will help transit agencies and coach operators keep buses clean and promote social distancing to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

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Coronavirus Closes Two Disney Theme Parks

Hong Kong Disneyland on Sunday closed because of the Coronavirus, making it the second Disney park to close after Shanghai Disneyland on Saturday.

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Princess, Cunard Delay 2021 Sailings

Carnival Corp. has delayed a return to sea for its Princess and Cunard cruise lines, cancelling several sailings scheduled for 2021 as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.

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Possible Takeover Pumped Tutor Perini Stock

Talk about the possible acquisition of Tutor Perini Corp. temporarily sent its share price soaring before being knocked down by the market’s deflation due to the coronavirus.

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Preview: Viral Economics

Valley companies struggle to get ahead of coronavirus outbreak.

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Valley Kaiser Permanente Staff to Appear in Rose Parade TV Segment

Staff from Valley facilities of Kaiser Permanente will participate in the health care organization’s 90-second video for “The Rose Parade’s New Year Celebration presented by Honda” on New Year’s Day.

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Amgen Adds Warning About Higher Doses of Anemia Drugs

Studies on similar drugs show that off label dosages can put patients at risk.

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Santa Clarita May Purchase Struggling Ice Rink

A glimmer of hope continues to sparkle for the embattled Valencia Ice Station as the Santa Clarita City Council is considering a rescue of the 93,000-square-foot ice skating rink — a 20-year-old local institution that has been put on ice since the coronavirus outbreak in March.

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Can Timer Cap Put a Lid on Opioid Epidemic?

SAFETY: Moorpark firm finds abuse prevention market for a convenience product.

Timer Cap isn’t trying to solve the opioid epidemic. But it does think it can help when it comes to prevention.

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L.A. County Offers $10,000 Business Grants

To help businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles County on Monday announced it will launch a $500,000 fund for grants to companies with two to 50 full-time employees.

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Preview: Pandemic Problems

The coronavirus pandemic has been hard on one of the Valley area’s most vital sectors: manufacturing.

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Coronavirus Effect

ECONOMY: The disease has impacted businesses across the Valley region – with more to come.

Coronavirus has impacted businesses across the Valley region – with more to come.

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Glendale: One City Trying to Help Desperate Businesses

While many local governments have done little to support businesses devastated by the coronavirus scare, Glendale on Wednesday announced it has launched a social media campaign to support local businesses by featuring restaurants, groceries and other retailers via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

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Stein Mart Hires Great American Group for Liquidation

Great American Group in Woodland Hills is one of five liquidation companies managing the going-out-of-business sales for discount department store chain Stein Mart.

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Amgen to Pay $25 Million to Settle Kickback Claims

Amgen Inc. will pay $24.9 million to settle allegations that it paid kickbacks to pharmacies that pushed its drugs, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday

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Ralphs Extends Hero Pay, Accepts SNAP

Grocery chain Ralphs has extended its “hero pay” for hourly employees as the coronavirus outbreak persists in Southern California.