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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.

Rock’s Bullhorn

Mitch Schneider has promoted some of the music industry’s biggest acts, from the Sex Pistols to Ozzy Osbourne to Tom Petty.

Music industry publicist Mitch Schneider.

Latino Power Tracker

David Hayes-Bautista teams with California Lutheran University to tell an economic success story.

David Hayes-Bautista of Latino Gross Domestic Product Project.

New Tax Regs Fuel Flurry at Accounting Firms

LIST: Reform presents a chance for companies to analyze their books.

Tax reform expected to bring more business to Valley accountants.

VICA Adds Names to Hall of Fame

Business and civic leaders came together at the Universal Sheraton in Universal City on Thursday as the Valley Industrial & Commerce Association held its Hall of Fame Awards, where Woodland Hills-launched insurer Health Net, Kirsch Kohn & Bridge in Woodland Hills, Laurence School of Valley Glen, Encino’s Tapia Bros. Fresh Producer and Traders Loan & Jewelry of Reseda were honored.

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Black ENTREPRENEURS MONTH: Laurent ‘Lou’ Correa  Lou, the French on the Block

4007 W. Riverside Dr., Burbank  Business: French bakery (747) 241-8205 • Website:


special report : Co-working

Co-working — the hottest format in office real estate — may have its limits.

VICA Bestows Business, Service Awards at Annual Lunch

Meeting features swearing-in of newly elected board members.

VICA gives out awards at annual meeting.

Valley Parking: More or Less?

CONSTRUCTION: Driverless cars could stall building boom.

Parking garage builders prepare for future with driverless cars.

Stoked Broker

Lewis Horne, president of CBRE Group’s Pacific Southwest Divison, thinks the commercial real estate market has ‘never been better.’

Lewis Horne of CBRE Group.

Business Journal Honors CFOs, HR Professionals

The Valley region’s financial professionals gathered at the Hilton Woodland Hills on Wednesday for the Business Journal’s annual Chief Financial Officer and Human Resources Awards ceremony.

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Content Candy

Valley movie studios bring out the stars and executives to tout future releases to exhibitors.

Valley studios bring star power to CinemaCon.


A 221,842-square-foot industrial facility committed to Inc. has sold for $74 million, or roughly $334 per square foot.

Black Entrepreneurs Month: Justine Belyeu

As nonessential businesses under the state’s COVID-19 regulations, hair salons have been at least as vulnerable as restaurants and bars during these pandemic times.

Garcetti Talks Future at UCC Luncheon

Social: Remember ‘Brady Bunch?’ Mayor says Valley still bastion of middle class.

Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about middle class.

Two Moorpark Housing Developments Slowed

A pair of unrelated housing projects in Moorpark garnered City Council approval last fall with the promise of bringing 379 units of much-needed housing online in Ventura County. However, neither project has advanced much, according to a Moorpark Acorn report.

Builder’s Big Move

RELOCATION: PCL Construction tackles high-profile projects including one close to home — its new corporate headquarters.

PCL Construction Services Inc.’s list of completed projects range from the Banc of California Stadium soccer stadium in L.A.’s Exposition Park to renovations at Los Angeles International Airport.

Preview: Disney Downsize

Walt Disney Co. is now a streaming business. So how will this switch impact the Tri-Cities’ commercial real estate sector?

Multifamily Muddle

RESIDENTIAL: Landlords say new rules promote lawsuits and non-payment of rent.

Since March, the state of California has sought to protect residential tenants from landlord abuse by imposing moratoriums on rent hikes and evictions as they navigate the coronavirus crisis.

‘Moneylady’ for CEOs

Connie Sparks helps money hunters.