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Women, cat lovers and new readers gather at Burbank retailer.
Perky Nerd comic book shop targets newbies and women.
K9 Gym caters to pet owners with penchant for trendy treatments.
There’s doggie daycare, dog parks and dog bakeries – so why not doggie rehab? K9 Gym and Rehabilitation Center helps post-surgery pups.
Bakers, confectioners gather for second annual Cookie Con.
Burbank couple starts sweet trade show.
BIOTECH: Atara breaks ground on new Thousand Oaks facility.
Atara Biotherapeutics grows up and into new R&D and manufacturing home in Thousand Oaks.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused 27 individuals and businesses of stock fraud, according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, including former ImmunoCellular Therapeutics Ltd. chief executive Manish Singh.
Valencia-based Cunard Line Ltd. has completed a $132 million refit of its flagship ocean liner Queen Mary 2, the company announced Thursday.
Scott Kaiser, chief innovation officer at the Motion Picture and Television Fund, wants to reinvent geriatric medicine.
Dr. Kaiser, director of innovation at the Motion Picture & Television Fund, wants to improve aging.
LAW: Lawrance Bohm has won some of the largest employment verdicts ever.
Bohm Law Group has won some of the largest employment judgments in U..S. legal history.
Chiropractor scammed insurance information, prosecutors allege.
Chiropractor is accused of identity theft at health fairs.
David Ackert borrows from his former acting career when teaching lawyers how to woo potential clients.
David Ackert, president of consulting firm Ackert Inc., switched from TV actor to entrepreneur.
GRANT: Kaiser Permanente hands out $250,000 to aid 27 organizations in Valley.
Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center awarded $250,000 in community grant funding to 27 San Fernando Valley nonprofits last month.
Medtronic project pairs company data and supercomputer.
Got diabetes? Now there’s an app for that.
Second Sight Medical Products Inc. on Tuesday announced the first successful human implantation of a wireless visual cortical stimulator – a big step in the ongoing development of its Orion I Visual Cortical Prosthesis.
BIOTECH: Sylmar company’s stock spikes 17 percent on implant announcement.
A UCLA study on visual cortex implant stimulates share prices for Second Sight.
Jennifer Swenson comes back to Simi Valley Hospital to assume the top job with the promise that ‘the best is yet to come.’
Simi Valley Hospital Chief Executive Jennifer Swenson talks about what led her to health care.
Amgen Inc. announced Thursday its new five-year sponsorship of a San Francisco life sciences incubator called QB3@953, which focuses on developing new human health therapies.
INVESTMENT: Guinness Atkinson Funds puts faith in, money on developing world.
Woodland Hills mutual fund has high hopes for global economy.
MannKind Corp. announced Friday that Alfred Mann has resigned from his executive chairman and board member positions.
News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley
The Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks has named Matthew Fienup its new executive director.
New data shows Amgen’s Repatha lowers heart attack risk, but another study found high rejection rates by insurers.
Insurers don’t want to pay for Amgen’s pricey cholesterol drug. Now what?