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Liquidators Making Lemonade

Woodland Hills liquidation firm Great American is managing the closure of 567 Circuit City stores.

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Sky High

Capsule for world-record skydive built by Lancaster firm.

AEROSPACE: A Lancaster firm that made the Batmobile helped Felix Baumgartner break the world free-fall record.

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Judge Converts Developer Roth's Chap. 11 Filings

A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has agreed to convert Randall Roth's petition for reorganization to a bankruptcy proceeding, setting the stage to liquidate the assets of his company

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Bigger Footprint

Matthew Shepherd at website design firm Scorpion is planning to move into a new 100,000-square-foot building to accommodate fast growth.

Scorpion’s internet marketing expands in Valencia.

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Two Die Amid COVID-19 Outbreak at MPTF

Two residents at the Motion Picture and Television Fund’s retirement campus in Woodland Hills have died after testing positive for COVID-19, the chief executive confirmed Wednesday.

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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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State Small Business Fund Opens for Grant Applications

The state of California’s $500 million Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program has opened its first round of applications

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Researchers Strike Gold With Zinc Cold Remedy

In 1994, two Los Angeles researchers hit upon an idea while debating studies that showed natural remedies could slow the common cold.

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Cut the Red Tape. Let’s Build Now

To say we are living in unprecedented times would be an understatement. I can’t tell you how many Zoom calls I’ve been on in the last month. I’m sure many of you can relate.

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Semtech Invests in COVID Contact Tracing Firm

Semtech Corp. has invested in a company that uses its technology to track COVID-19 infections.

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Shopping Mall Cleaning Crews Up Their Game

Retail centers request electrostatic spraying.

Shopping centers turn to electrostatic spraying to clean their properties.

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Calabasas Firm’s COVID-19 Report

Study predicts hotel and resort properties will suffer.

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CSUN’s Nazarian College Expands With Business Analytics Degree

Starting in fall 2021 semester, California State University – Northridge’s Nazarian College of Business and Economics will offer a bachelor’s degree in business analytics.

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Simulations Plus Fast Tracks Coronavirus Research Clients

Simulations Plus is fast tracking its consulting services for businesses working on coronavirus research.

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The Valley’s Frozen Assets

Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen takes a bite out of market.

Nitrogen ice creameries open in Valley.

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Change of Life for Herb Makers?

Timing could not be better for nutritional supplement manufacturers, including two local San Fernando Valley companies that have recently introduced products to relieve menopause symptoms.

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B. Riley Subsidiary to Handle Liquidation for Payless Shoes

Great American Group, a subsidiary of B. Riley Financial Inc. in Woodland Hills, will operate store closing sales at all Payless ShoeSource locations in the United States and Puerto Rico, the company announced Thursday.

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Glendale Donors Fund State-of-the Art CT Scanner

Thanks to donors, Glendale Adventist Medical Center was able to purchase a new premier CT scanner that will make for faster diagnosis.

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Hey, Mayor, We Bent That Curve

‘Our political leaders know about running an economy as much as those guys on “Tiger King” know about Verdi opera.’

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Glass Doors Add to Safety in Hospitals

Waiting rooms use walls to divide and conquer viral infection.

Are medical waiting rooms due for a redesign? Valley businessman Doron Polus thinks so.