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Insperity to Open Woodland Hills Office

Human resources provider Insperity Inc. has opened a sales office in Woodland Hills.

AROUND THE VALLEYS

AROUND THE VALLEYS

Simi Valley Chamber Launches Program to Reward Local Shoppers

The Simi Valley Chamber of Commerce wants to reward people for shopping local.

CSUN Students Help JPL Research

Center integrates design and humanities with hard science.

Cal State Northridge students help on projects at Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Boss Audio Launches Njoie Massager Brand

Product targets consumers in the mid-price range.

Oxnard audio company releases an affordable massage gun

Back to Business for California Resources Corp.

ENERGY: Oil producer drops debt load in Chapter 11.

Oil and gas producer California Resources Corp. has shed about $4.4 billion in debt after trading it for equity during a Chapter 11 financial reorganization, the company announced late last month.

AI Company Eta Compute Raises $12.5 Million

Westlake Village tech firm Eta Compute Inc. has raised $12.5 million in a Series C round led by Synaptics Inc. in San Jose.

‘Intersecting Crises’

PROFILE: Incoming CSUN president Erika Beck talks about how online work and learning impact education.

Interview with Erika Beck, the incoming president of California State University – Northridge.

Italian Outplacement Firm Enters U.S. Via Valley

STAFFING: Acquisition the first step toward ‘global reach’ from Burbank.

The outplacement division of human resources technology firm CareerArc in Burbank has rebranded as Intoo USA

Princess Extends Horizon to Renew Cruises

Princess Cruises announced it will extend its pause on cruising activity through March 31.

Princess Cruises Extends Sailing Pause

Princess Cruises has again postponed the resumption of cruising activity, this time through May 14.

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Dine Brands Looks to Close Sites

Franchisor to shutter ‘up to 100’ IHOPs, 15 Applebee’s.

IHOP’s parent company said it expects to close “up to 100” of the chain’s restaurants over the next six months, a direct result of the pandemic’s chokehold on the food service industry.

Advocate Seeks Change in the Valley Via 501(c)(3)

Daily protests in Sherman Oaks spawn organization.

Latora Green has been protesting police brutality and institutional racism on the steps of the Sherman Oaks Galleria for 176 consecutive days.

MannKind Alters Credit Facility

MannKind Corp. announced Tuesday that it has changed the terms of its credit facility with MidCap Financial Trust.

Insomniac Games Plays into Sony’s PS5 Launch

Console marketing features ‘Miles Morales,’ ‘Rift.’

Video games made by a Burbank development studio played a central role in the launch of Sony Corp.’s next-generation PlayStation 5 console.

Dine Brands to Close Underperforming IHOP Restaurants

Dine Brands Global Inc. expects to close as many as 100 IHOP restaurants over the next six months.

Celebrity Taco to Benefit Nonprofit

Foo Fighters’ singer Dave Grohl designs charity menu items.

Sherman Oaks restaurant Casa Vega has partnered with big name rock stars to design limited edition tacos, the sales of which will benefit a local charity.

Dine Brands Selects John Peyton as Chief Executive

IHOP and Applebee’s parent company Dine Brands Global Inc. in Glendale announced on Tuesday the selection of John Peyton as its next chief executive. Peyton will replace current chief executive Steve Joyce effective Jan. 4.

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Acquisition Will Bring Bat and Ball Together

SPORTS: Rawlings, Easton consolidate the market for baseball equipment.

Easton Diamond Sports in Thousand Oaks will become an even bigger fish in the pond of baseball and softball following its acquisition by Rawlings Sporting Goods Inc.

LISC Manages $103 Million in Business Grants

Valley companies benefit from recovery fund.

By the end of 2020, the Los Angeles branch of the nonprofit financial institution Local Initiatives Support Corp., or LISC, will have distributed roughly $103 million in grants to local small businesses