All results / Stories / Joel Russell


VALLEY INSIDER

Stars Shine Golden

VALLEY INSIDER

Dole Foods Launches ‘Malnutrition Labels’ Campaign

Dole Packaged Foods has launched a public awareness campaign about food insecurity called “Malnutrition Labels.”

Tease photo

Sea Change for Finance

Money managers discuss how the past year will impact the industry going forward.

Local executives share the advice they give when counseling clients.

Valley Kaiser Permanente Staff to Appear in Rose Parade TV Segment

Staff from Valley facilities of Kaiser Permanente will participate in the health care organization’s 90-second video for “The Rose Parade’s New Year Celebration presented by Honda” on New Year’s Day.

VALLEY INSIDER

Expert on Office Leasing

Atlas Capital Advisors hires Serge Vishmid to lead its office investment and leasing business.

Cusumano Family Gives $1 Million to Boys & Girls Club in Burbank

The Cusumano family has donated $1 million to the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley to purchase a new clubhouse.

New App Offers Shorter Wait Times at Disneyland for a Fee

Walt Disney Co. has introduced a new mobile app to offer guests at its theme parks shorter wait times for a fee.

IHOP’s New Marketer

The IHOP restaurant chain has named Kieran Donahue as chief marketing officer.

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.

VALLEY INSIDER

Broker Tangles With Grizzly Bears

Real estate executive Ron Kassan is also a licensed fly-fishing guide in Alaska.

VALLEY INSIDER

VICA’s Vice President

VICA’s Vice President

VALLEY INSIDER

Insurance Agent Goes on Medicare

Insurance agent Paul Davis seeks donations for San Fernando Valley nonprofit.

Final Landing for Camarillo Pilot

Mark Oberman of Channel Islands Aviation pilots his last flight.

Normalcy on a Deadline

Companies hustle to prepare for the state’s economic reopening on June 15.

Just because businesses can open up fully doesn’t mean they will.

VALLEY INSIDER

Nasdaq’s Audit OK

Second Sight Medical Products Inc. adds two new board members.

Outdoor Dining, Hair Salons Reopen in Ventura County, But Not Yet in L.A.

California has lifted its limited stay-at-home order, allowing the reopening of outdoor dining and indoor haircuts in most of the state – including Ventura County, but not L.A. County.

Woodbury University Earns ‘Distinction’ for Seventh Straight Year

Woodbury University has qualified for inclusion in Colleges of Distinction, a guide for college-bound students and parents, for the seventh consecutive year.

Teledyne Taps Funding for Underwater Map Technology

Teledyne CARIS, a subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies Inc. in Thousand Oaks, has received “significant funding” from Canada’s Ocean Supercluster to develop a software system for remote underwater surveying.

Private Placement to Bankroll BioSolar’s Hydrogen Research

BioSolar Inc. plans a $5 million private placement to bankroll its research on hydrogen fuel.

Amgen Licenses Experimental Drug for Tuberculosis, Leprosy Treatment

Amgen Inc. has licensed one of its investigational pipeline drugs to Medicines Development for Global Health for the treatment of tuberculosis and leprosy.