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Adel Villalobos counsels giving up is easy, but don’t do it.
Adel Villalobos is founder and chief executive of Lief Labs, a full-service manufacturing company for dietary supplements and vitamins.
Multigenerational giving requires commitment and flexibility, writes Naomi Strongin of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles.
Marco Manriquez decided to stop working for other people.
Six Hispanic businesspeople from the greater Valley area tell their stories.
Oscar Urrutia loves the Valley so much, he made it a business.
Oscar Urrutia spent 15 years working at hotels in the Los Angeles market before starting My Valley Pass, the tourism and visitor’s bureau for the San Fernando Valley.
Messaging service facilitates communications with guests.
Jonathan Rojas is the co-founder of Whistle Messaging, an internal and guest communication software for hotels and hospitality businesses.
Shares of MannKind Corp. fell more than 18 percent Monday after the company disclosed a therapy it developed with United Therapeutics Corp. was rejected by the Food and Drug Administration.
Sugar-free soda bottler Zevia goes public on NYSE.
Zevia, an Encino-based natural soda company, hopes to become a household name in the sugar-free drink sector.
Three-meat paella de carne ranks as customers’ favorite dish.
Sandra Cordero is the owner of Gasolina Cafe, a Woodland Hills restaurant with Spanish-influenced food.
Why working from the office is healthier for employees and employers.
Influencer shares stories of small companies in the 818.
Nestor Aguilar is the founder of 818 Insider, a website and social media brand focused on highlighting the San Fernando Valley’s landmarks, businesses and people.
Founder thinks medium has Hollywood potential.
Burbank businessowner Ryan Moore starts festival for immersive films.
With remote work models here to stay, state needs to update labor laws.
Management consultant and former IBM executive Bill Miranda brings a fresh perspective to Santa Clarita City Hall.
An interview with Bill Miranda, business consultant and mayor of Santa Clarita.
Out of a job, Lidia Ortiz found a neraby business for sale.
Lidia Ortiz, owner of the Headline Salon in Woodland Hills, didn’t set out to become an entrepreneur.
REGULATION: New federal rules remain a work in progress.
Employers seek clarity in new federal rules for COVID vaccinations.
Carlos Camargo strives to give big tech to small businesses.
Carlos Camargo started Olé Copiers in 2014 with business partner Alex Payne after working in his industry for 20 years.
FINANCE: After exiting the payday loan sector, firm wants to de-bias credit scores.
Fintech firm ZestFinance Inc. in Burbank takes bias out of lending.
Rosangela Valerio-Dyszkant found a way to serve families.
Rosangela Valerio-Dyszkant is founder and director of Little Dreamers Early Childhood Center in Thousand Oaks.