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Staffing Agencies Adapt to High Economic Tides

LIST: Companies know top talent won’t stay long, say placement professionals.

Staff firms face shortage of skilled workers.

Indy 500 Puts Face on Afrezza

Indy 500 driver with diabetes is spokesman for MannKind Corp.’s Afrezza.

Latino Power Tracker

David Hayes-Bautista teams with California Lutheran University to tell an economic success story.

David Hayes-Bautista of Latino Gross Domestic Product Project.

Preview: Indy 500 Puts Face on Afrezza

Race driver to promote MannKind's insulin.

Head of WarnerMedia to Take Top Job at AT&T

John Stankey, head of WarnerMedia, which includes Burbank-based Warner Bros. Entertainment, will become chief executive of AT&T Inc. by July 1.

Industry Pushes Construction Market Ahead

LIST: From hospital expansions to a toy company’s campus, diverse industries drive big building projects.

LIST: From hospital expansions to a toy company’s campus, diverse industries drive big building projects.

A Window on Modern Medical Offices

CONSTRUCTION: Tarzana’s first doctors’ office building in decades reflects design creativity.

Office architects

Moorpark Commission Approves Assisted Living Development

Oakmont Senior Living’s plans for a two-story assisted living and memory care center is heading to the Moorpark City Council for final approval in August.

Business Journal Honors CFOs, HR Professionals

The Valley region’s financial professionals gathered at the Hilton Woodland Hills on Wednesday for the Business Journal’s annual Chief Financial Officer and Human Resources Awards ceremony.

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Santa Clarita Projects Fill Out the Map

Business Journal field trip highlights developments.

The Business Journal’s Warner Center-based editorial team took a field trip to Santa Clarita Valley, where gatekeepers of various developments shared updates on their projects.

VICA Adds Names to Hall of Fame

Business and civic leaders came together at the Universal Sheraton in Universal City on Thursday as the Valley Industrial & Commerce Association held its Hall of Fame Awards, where Woodland Hills-launched insurer Health Net, Kirsch Kohn & Bridge in Woodland Hills, Laurence School of Valley Glen, Encino’s Tapia Bros. Fresh Producer and Traders Loan & Jewelry of Reseda were honored.

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Eight Glendale Warehouses Sell for Nearly $26 Million

Pacific States Box & Basket Co. Inc. has sold a portfolio of eight Glendale industrial buildings totaling 131,050 square feet for $25.5 million.

Garcetti Talks Future at UCC Luncheon

Social: Remember ‘Brady Bunch?’ Mayor says Valley still bastion of middle class.

Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about middle class.

‘Beyond Live/Work/Play’

NoHo West combines 642 apartments with office and retail.

NoHo West combines 642 apartments with office and retail.

Stage Shortage

By MICHAEL AUSHENKER Staff Reporter On Aug. 1, Hollywood tilted a little more northward with the official opening of Quixote Studios North Valley.  The debut of the $25 million facility with five sou

REAL ESTATE: New 75,000-square-foot film center in Pacoima joins Santa Clarita projects to meet Hollywood demand.

Chinese Money

Chinese firms find opportunities in Valley region real estate.

Market High for Prop Managers

LIST: Illi Commercial expands into maintenance to boost efficiency.

Firms see revenue growth.

Economic Forecast: Grim Reality for Ventura County

California Lutheran University Center of Economic Research Executive Director Matthew Fienup on Friday gave an overview of Ventura County’s regional economy in “stark contrast” to the robust growth in neighboring San Fernando Valley.

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Around the Valleys

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

A Last Orchard

DEVELOPMENT: A vestige of the Valley’s agricultural past — one of the last orange groves — is for sale.

DEVELOPMENT: A vestige of the Valley’s agricultural past — one of the last orange groves — is for sale.