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FDA OK for Lumakras Opens Lung Market

Amgen drug is the first that specifically targets common type of non-small cell pulmonary cancer.

FDA approval for Amgen Inc.’s drug Lumkras to treat lung cancer.

Zevia Shares Debut on New York Stock Exchange

Zevia, the Encino-based beverage company, started trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ZVIA.

Adventist Health Simi Valley Partners on Up-Front Medical Payment Program

Adventist Health Simi Valley and MDsave have partnered on a new way for patients to save money as an increasing number of people pay out of pocket for health care.

Residential Broker’s Side Hustle: Insurance

Eli Tene of Century 21 Peak in Woodland Hills looks to cross sell coverage to clientele of new homeowners.

Peak Entities adds insurance to its portfolio of real estate-related businesses.

Westlake Village Home Sales Company to Go Public

Everhome Realty Inc., a Westlake Village-based real estate technology company that helps homeowners sell their properties, plans to go public through a Special Purpose Acquisition Company.

‘Workin’ Mom’ Has Juggled Dual Career

Compass Sherman Oaks agent Jessalyn Wanlim mixes residential real estate with role in a Netflix series.

Sherman Oaks agent Jessalyn Wanlim juggles real estate career with acting.

$92 Million Valencia Sale

Cantor Fitzgerald buys Boston Scientific HQ.

The headquarters of Boston Scientific Neuromodulation at Southern California Innovation Park in Valencia has sold for $92 million

LegalZoom Valuation Passes $7.5 Billion in IPO

Online legal technology company Inc. made its market debut with a share price that gave the company a valuation of more than $7.5 billion.

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Software Connects Humans and Robots

InVia partners with Rufus Labs for warehouse work.

Maker of robots for warehouses pairs up with company that makes wearable technology.

Will LegalZoom Grow Post IPO?

FINANCE: Glendale online firm attains $7.3 billion valuation. Inc. goes public with valuation of more than $7 billion.

How to Compensate for Comic-Con?

Taped panels, merchandise cheer fans at virtual event.

What Valley area companies are doing for the second virtual San Diego Comic-Con.

Pub Breweries Poised to Pour in Reopening

RETAIL: Pandemic-weary consumers want local beers.

A new generation of boutique brewers has emerged across the Valley region.

NewMark Merrill’s Chicago Mall

CEO sees Bricktown Square as ‘positioned to thrive.’

Woodland Hills real estate firm NewMark Merrill Cos. buys Chicago shopping center.

Pharmavite   Buy Focuses On Women

Uqora specializes in treating urinary tract infections.

Pharmavite, a West Hills vitamin and supplement company, has acquired Uqora, a firm that specializes in urinary health supplements based in San Diego.

Tejon Ranch Breaks Ground on Massive Spec Warehouse

Tejon Ranch Corp. has broken ground on a 629,274-square-foot speculative warehouse at Tejon Ranch Commerce Center near Lebec.

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Small Firms Are Lifted By Recovery Grants

Valley Rising program helps businesses post-pandemic.

Small businesses in the Valley area receive grants to help with post-pandemic recovery.

Public Storage Issues Sustainability Report

Public Storage released its 2021 Sustainability Report detailing how the company has positioned itself for long-term growth.


LegalZoom’s Indie Auditor

Elder care attorney Terri Hilliard named to serve as District 6 governor for California Women Lawyers.

Black Business Support Program Targets Beauty Sector

The nonprofit organization Local Initiatives Support Corp. Los Angeles announced Tuesday it is launching the Black Business Excellence Technical Assistance (BBET) Initiative to support Black-owned personal care businesses in L.A. County.

Business Journal Wins Gold Again

Judges cite ‘impressive’ reporting and consistent design quality.

The San Fernando Valley Business Journal won the Gold award for Best Newspaper in a national contest of business journals and other local business publications held virtually June 23.