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County Orders Vaccine Mandate for Bars, Clubs

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will begin requiring verification of a recent negative COVID-19 test or vaccination for employees and attendees of indoor bars, clubs and lounges.

Former CEO Returns to Job at Teledyne

Robert Mehrabian will resume the role of chief executive at Teledyne Technologies Inc. upon the retirement of current head Al Pichelli on Oct. 15.

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Energy Vault to Go Public in SPAC Merger

Energy storage system manufacturer Energy Vault Inc. is merging with Novus Capital Corp. II and will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol GWHR.

CEOs Wary of Shot Mandate

RETAIL: Will bartenders become vaccine police under new rule?

Small business owners are wary of proposed L.A. city rules requiring proof of vaccination.

AROUND THE VALLEYS

Robert Mehrabian will resume the role of chief executive at Teledyne Technologies Inc. upon the retirement of current head Al Pichelli on Oct. 15.

Loop Media Launches Latin Content Initiative

Loop Media Inc. launched a month-long programming initiative to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Housing Is a Basic Human Right

Los Angeles elected officials failing to provide adequate housing, says mayoral candidate Mel Wilson.

LegalZoom and USC, Partners in Education

Online document provider to support social entrepreneurship program at business school.

Online document provider LegalZoom.com Inc. partners with USC Marshall School of Business.

Amgen to Require Vaccination for All Staff

Amgen Inc. will require that all employees be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 1, the Thousand Oaks company announced earlier this week.

Semtech Reports Strong Second Quarter

Semtech Corp. beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue in its fiscal second quarter.

New Habit Burger Grill Opens in Sylmar

Habit Burger Grill, the Irvine-based fast-casual restaurant chain, opened a new restaurant at the Sylmar Town Center.

LTC Pays for Smooth Transition Between Nursing Home Operators

LTC Properties Inc. has entered into a settlement agreement with two bankrupt former operators, Senior Care Centers and Abri Health Services, after receiving approval from a U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Where Are the Hottest Spots for Valley Homes?

What experts have to say about the region’s toniest neighborhoods.

The hottest spots for upscale Valley home sales.

A Styrofoam Ban in 2022

Camarillo forbids take-out packaging at restaurants.

The Camarillo City Council has passed an ordinance that prohibits restaurants from distributing food in Styrofoam beginning Jan 1.

Cannabis Questions

PROFILE: Jacqueline Rosales tells how her market research firm focuses on marijuana and COVID.

An interview with Jacqueline Rosales, president of Van Nuys market research firm ISA Group.

L.A. County Inspectors Find 99 Percent of Businesses COVID Compliant

Last week Los Angeles County Department of Public Health inspectors visited 1,874 businesses and issued only five citations — representing a fraction of 1 percent of businesses visited.

Dream Garage

AUTOMOTIVE: North Hollywood car shop celebrates the work of George Barris, ‘King of the Kustomizers.’

Barris Kustom Industries relocates from long-time North Hollywood site.

Multiple Growth Strategies for Chip Maker

TECHNOLOGY: Semtech in Camarillo expects ‘stronger second half’ in 2021.

Multiple markets fuel growth for chip maker Semtech Corp.

L.A. City Offers Free Business Counseling

Program will focus on financial management and credit improvement in pandemic’s aftermath.

City of Los Angeles starts program to provide small business owners with counseling.

Delta Variant Cuts Attendance at Reagan Library

LIST: But donors and new programs keep foundation’s finances ‘very healthy.’

Donors, new programs keep finances ‘robust’ at Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute.