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A Princess Sails From Port of L.A.

Cruise line restarts service with Cabo San Lucas trip.

Princess Cruises restarts voyages from Port of L.A.

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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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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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Post Traumatic Pain Leads to CBD Store

While seeking relief from mass shooting trauma, Claudia Chaverra found business opportunity.

Claudia Chaverra, owner of Your CBD Store in Northridge, was inspired to open her business after CBD products helped relieve her symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.

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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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Unexpected Turn For Car Show

Jeff Munson promoted at American Business Bank’s Valley office.

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Dole Tackles Food Waste at Home

Marketing campaign tries to educate consumers.

Dole Sunshine Co. announced the results of a survey late last month which revealed that a third of U.S. consumers make no effort to reduce food waste at home.

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Budget-Conscious Children’s Fashion

Website sells used apparel curated into outfits at set prices.

Valley resident creates website to sell used children’s apparel at set prices.

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Camarillo Tomato Farm Sells for $93 Million

AGRIBUSINESS: Facility switches to massive cannabis farm.

Glass House Brands Inc. buys Camarillo area farm to grow marijuana.

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Business Formation Up at CorpNet

Online legal document firm finds growth in pandemic.

Online legal document filing service CorpNet has benefitted from pandemic.

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Employers Seek COVID Clarity

REGULATION: New federal rules remain a work in progress.

Employers seek clarity in new federal rules for COVID vaccinations.

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Entrepreneur Discovers He Has ‘Lots of Bosses’

Adel Villalobos counsels giving up is easy, but don’t do it.

Adel Villalobos is founder and chief executive of Lief Labs, a full-service manufacturing company for dietary supplements and vitamins.

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State’s Labor Laws Need Updating

With remote work models here to stay, state needs to update labor laws.

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It’s Time to Get Back to the Office

Why working from the office is healthier for employees and employers.

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$128 Million Buys Simi Valley Distribution Facility

A distribution facility in Simi Valley has sold for $128 million, or roughly $441 per square foot.

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Dome Fest Goes Beyond Star Shows

Founder thinks medium has Hollywood potential.

Burbank businessowner Ryan Moore starts festival for immersive films.

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Cosmetic Packaging Company Acquired

Cosmetic Specialties International has been acquired by Airlite Plastics, a Nebraska packaging manufacturer.

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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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Deal Puts BYD in Driver’s Seat for Fleet Sales

Joint venture lines up to buy 5,000 vehicles over five years.

Early this month, BYD Motors Inc. announced a collaboration with a new San Diego-based joint venture, Levo Mobility, to integrate vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology into 5,000 vehicles over the next five years.

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SoCalGas Resolves Aliso Canyon Lawsuits

The Southern California Gas Co. on Monday announced that several agreements have been reached that are expected to resolve substantially all civil litigation against SoCalGas from the 2015 Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility leak.

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