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How Effective is That Dog Drug Off the Shelf?

Simulations Plus to test veterinary medicines for the FDA.

Simulations Plus to test veterinary medicines for the FDA.

Chatsworth Aerospace Firm Acquires Rights to Pratt & Whitney Engine Parts

Chatsworth aerospace manufacturer Ontic has acquired manufacturing rights from Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp. for more of its JT15D engine parts.

Lawyer Joins MedAnswers

Andrew Vorzimer brings fertility law to website.

Andrew Vorzimer with Vorzimer Masserman Fertility and Family Law Center in Woodland Hills will lend his expertise to those seeking fertility advice on MedAnswers

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.

L.A. County Introduces COVID Compliance Program for Businesses

Business owners can now sign up for a COVID-19 safety compliance program through Los Angeles County, the Public Health Department said.

Drone Defense to Protect Airports

Infrastructure and conversations vulnerable to flying intruders.

34 North in Burbank has developed a drone defense system for airports and military clients.

An MBA in Unusual Times

Local business schools adapt to the pandemic while enrollment remains strong.

Master in business administration programs in the Valley region have not seen a decrease in enrollment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving administrators pleasantly surprised after months of uncertainty.

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Negative Opinion Issued on Amgen Drug

The European Medicines Agency issued a negative opinion for Amgen Inc.’s Evenity, a drug to treat osteoporosis, according to a statement issued by the company on Friday.

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.

Biosimilars From Amgen, Allergan For Sale in U.S.

List prices will start at 15 percent lower than original brands.

List prices will start at 15 percent lower than original brands.

Local Medical Device Firm Expands into Taiwan

Continuing its push overseas, Endonovo Therapeutics has announced a strategic partnership with a Taiwanese company to distribute its flagship product in that country.

Mayor Orders Big Businesses to Pay Sick Leave

Mayor Eric Garcetti late Tuesday issued an emergency order that makes some companies pay sick leave to employees, effectively suspending a similar but more stringent ordinance approved by the Los Angeles City Council on March 27. Several business organizations lobbied to change the City Council’s version.

Comeback for Toys R Us Name

RETAIL: New format bodes well for industry.

RETAIL: New format bodes well for industry.

Modeling Biology

Special Report: Biotech

John DiBella sells software that conducts computer simulations of a drug’s reactions inside the body.

Judge Blocks Rule on Drug Prices in TV Ads

Big pharma wins legal action against federal government.

Big pharma wins legal action against federal government.

Bar President Gets Digital With Lawyers

Leader wants young attorneys in old-fashioned org.

Leader wants young attorneys in old-fashioned org.

Vertical Pot Startup

MANAGEMENT: Investors pour $58 million into building out a cannabis conglomerate.

Comprehensive approach to pot production funding.

Arcutis Growing Quickly Thanks to Its Topicals

BIOPHARM: But analysts say Westlake Village company still faces market risks.

Nearly eight months after debuting on the Nasdaq for $17 a share, late-stage biopharmaceutical company Arcutis Biotherapeutics has seen explosive growth in many aspects, including its stock price, which has gone up by $7.66, and its staff count, which has doubled to more than 50 since the start of the year.

Two Sentenced in Medicare Fraud

Two San Fernando Valley residents on Wednesday were sentenced to 12 years behind bars after being found guilty of running a multimillion-dollar fraud that billed Medicare for medicines never delivered.

Conejo Valley Firm Adds Shareholders

Both attorneys are active in Asian bar associations.

Sharlene Lee and Reema Kapoor have been elected as shareholders of Nevers Palazzo Packard Wildermuth & Wynner Law Firm, the company announced in April.