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Startup Offers MS Solutions

MEDICAL DEVICES: Will lower price point attract buyers?

After his father was diagnosed with MS, Pier Mantovani was inspired to start a company to make neuro-rehabilitative technology.

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New Rule Puts Risk in Recycle

REGULATION: Metal shredders ask for federal oversight.

State agency wants to make a change that recyclers say will drive them out of business.

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Valley Economic Alliance Recommends Changes to L.A.’s Building Permit Process

The Valley Economic Alliance has presented 13 recommendations for permit reform to the city of Los Angeles in an effort to streamline the current real estate development and building process.

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Smidt Foundation Awards $1 Million to Skilled Trades Teachers, Schools

Harbor Freight Tools for Schools announced Thursday the winners of its Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence, distributing $1 million to educators and schools in 14 states.

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Magic Mountain to Build Wonder Woman Roller Coaster

Six Flags Magic Mountain announced this week plans to build its 20th roller coaster called Wonder Woman Flight of Courage.

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Capstone Sells Turbines to Utility in Colombia

Capstone Green Energy Corp. announced this week it received an order for a three-bay microturbine system from a natural gas utility company in Colombia.

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Mask Order Extended in Ventura County

The Ventura County Public Health Officer this week extended the indoor mask order that requires all individuals wear face coverings when indoors in public settings. The new details also establish criteria for ending the mandate.

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Warner Bros.’ Burbank Facility to Be ‘Largest Studio Development’

The historic Warner Bros. Ranch Lot in Burbank will get a $500-million makeover from new owners Worthe Real Estate Group and Stockbridge.

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IHOP Introduces Melts to Reach Dinner, Lunch Customers

As part of an effort to appeal to lunch and dinner consumers, IHOP announced Monday that it has launched a new line of sandwich melts on its all-day dine-in and to-go menus.

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Report: Disney May Spin Off ESPN

Walt Disney Co. is looking to spin off its lucrative ESPN sports network, according to a media report.

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Restaurant Panel Discusses COVID Impacts

The Association for Corporate Growth held a panel with four local restaurant executives to discuss the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the industry.

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LegalZoom and NBA Partner on $6 Million Small Business Program

Online legal technology company LegalZoom.com Inc. in Glendale has teamed up with the National Basketball Association for a multiyear partnership that will begin with a $6 million initiative focused on providing capital and other resources to small businesses.

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Resonate Blends Product Now Offered Via Delivery

Wellness and cannabis company Resonate Blends announced the launch of a direct-to-consumer delivery service for its single-dose, water-soluble cannabis liquid called Koan Cordials.

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Tutor Perini to Perform Canal Work

The Sylmar-based specialty construction company, Tutor Perini Corp., on Monday announced it has been awarded a government construction contract valued at approximately $178 million to begin a capacity correction project at the Friant-Kern canal.

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Largest ‘Tiny Home’ Village for Homeless to Open

Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission is set to open the largest tiny home village in the country later this month, providing 224 beds for people experiencing homelessness at the new Arroyo Seco Tiny Home Village.

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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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Bills of Mass Introduction

VICA President Stuart Waldman writes about trimming the fat off the legislative process.

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AROUND THE VALLEYS

Stratolaunch, the aerospace company that built the world’s largest airplane, has added a former Pentagon official to its technical advisory group.

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Compass Team Focuses On Luxury Housing

Brokers head new Valley Division of Beverly Hills firm.

Combined, they have closed more than $2 billion in sales by transacting premier residential properties along the Ventura Boulevard corridor on behalf of a clientele that includes A-list celebrities, musicians and athletes.

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$15.5 Million For Burbank Residential

Skyview Terrace Apartments trades for $442,860 a unit.

Skyview Terrace Apartments in Burbank sell for $15.5 million.