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Teledyne Unveils Thermoplastic Processing Cell

Teledyne CML Composites has invested to build a new thermoplastic processing cell with increased capacity.

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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.

Disney Names Two New Board Members

Walt Disney Co. has elected Amy Chang and Calvin McDonald to the company’s board.

National Veterinary Associates Grows Hospital Network

Agoura Hills-based National Veterinary Associates announced Tuesday that Sage Veterinary Centers has decided to join NVA’s network of pet hospitals.

Car Sales Agents Are Non-Human

Calabasas firm debuts AI-enabled system for auto dealerships.

CarLabs.ai expands its artificial intelligence-powered conversation system to serve auto dealers.

NewMark Merrill Buys Shopping Center in Chicago

NewMark Merrill Cos. has acquired Bricktown Square in Chicago.

Business Orgs’ HQ On Auction Block

Valley Economic Alliance lists Sherman Oaks digs for $7 million.

Valley Economic Alliance lists Sherman Oaks digs for $7 million.

Product Talk

PROFILE: Marketer Sky Cassidy thinks companies should solve their customers’ problems before trying to support a charity or save the whales.

Mountain Top Data’s Sky Cassidy talks about the problems with “purpose-driven” marketing.

SRAX Launches Sequire Investor Community

Westlake Village fintech company SRAX Inc. has launched an investor community through its new online platform Sequire.

Tia Chucha’s Expands for Anniversary

Civil protests spur sales at bookstore in Sylmar.

Tia Chucha’s Cultural Center expands larger location.

Area Museums Can Reopen, but Aren’t – Yet

While Ventura and Los Angeles County restrictions loosened this week, several museums in the area say it will be a bit longer before they’re ready to reopen.

Despite Arrest, Tinhorn Flats Determined to Open Again

The city of Burbank and the owner of Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill continue to face off in their ongoing battle over coronavirus-related closures, most recently with the arrest of the owner’s son, Lucas Lapejian.

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.

Shares Soar as SRAX Joins Russell Microcap Index

Shares of SRAX Inc. gained after the company announced it will join the Russell Microcap Index at the end of the month.

‘Conejo Cash’ Program to Promote Hotel Stays

Visit Conejo Valley, the tourism marketing association for Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks, is sponsoring a program called “Conejo Cash” to give eligible visitors at participating hotels a $100 Visa gift card.

Retail Center Hosts Photo Exhibit

Chamber and SchlickArt display quarantine imagery.

Photo exhibit for charity looks at life during COVID-19 quarantine.

Businesses Can Reopen? Many Won’t Do So Soon

Although many long-suffering Los Angeles County businesses were allowed to reopen Monday – at very limited capacity – at least some in the Valley area said they don’t plan to reopen just yet.

Theme Parks Flip Switch

Universal, Disney, Six Flags open with limited capacity.

The month of April will mark the reopening of three major theme parks crucial to the Valley economy

Burbank Caps Food Delivery Fees

Following the lead of other cities including Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Burbank City Council has adopted a temporary ordinance to cap commission rates for food delivery to assist in the reopening of businesses impacted by COVID-19.