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How Effective is That Dog Drug Off the Shelf?

Simulations Plus to test veterinary medicines for the FDA.

Simulations Plus to test veterinary medicines for the FDA.

Brazilian Sales Boost Outlook at MannKind

BIOTECH: Revenues from Afrezza jump 46 percent year-over-year.

MannKind Corp. achieved noteworthy progress for international sales of its inhalable insulin Afrezza

Amgen Partnership to Pursue Coronavirus Treatment

Amgen Inc. and Seattle-based Adaptive Biotechnologies on Thursday announced a strategic partnership to discover and develop a treatment for COVID-19.

Amgen's Arthritis Drug Avsola Gets FDA Approval

Amgen Inc. on Friday announced its biosimilar treatment for rheumatoid arthritis was approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Dignity Health, Valley Community Establish Coronavirus Testing Procedures

Valley health care providers are preparing for patients who need the test for the coronavirus.

L.A. City Council Approves Extra Sick Time for Coronavirus

The Los Angeles City Council late Friday approved a paid sick leave ordinance relating to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kaiser Union Reaches Coronavirus Agreement

The Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions said it reached an agreement with the health care giant.

Simulations Plus Fast Tracks Coronavirus Research Clients

Simulations Plus is fast tracking its consulting services for businesses working on coronavirus research.

Amgen Suspends International Travel on Coronavirus Concerns

Amgen Inc. on Thursday announced it has suspended all international business travel until March 21 because of the spreading coronavirus outbreak.

MannKind Shifts Research to Coronavirus Treatment

MannKind Corp. on Tuesday announced it is adjusting its pipeline research to focus on respiratory viral infections such as coronavirus.

Virus Nixes Sea Voyages

Following quarantine, cruise line curtails itineraries.

Santa Clarita-based Princess Cruises has canceled and modified voyages in China and Southeast Asia for this year following the coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Closes Two Disney Theme Parks

Hong Kong Disneyland on Sunday closed because of the Coronavirus, making it the second Disney park to close after Shanghai Disneyland on Saturday.

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L.A. County Offers $10,000 Business Grants

To help businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, Los Angeles County on Monday announced it will launch a $500,000 fund for grants to companies with two to 50 full-time employees.

Glendale: One City Trying to Help Desperate Businesses

While many local governments have done little to support businesses devastated by the coronavirus scare, Glendale on Wednesday announced it has launched a social media campaign to support local businesses by featuring restaurants, groceries and other retailers via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Valley Area Stocks Down Big in Selloff

At the end of the worst week the stock market has seen since 2008, companies in the San Fernando Valley area suffered in the selloff that was attributed to the fear of coronavirus.

Princess Cancels Cruises for Two Months

incess Cruises announced a pause of its global ship operations for two months in the wake of the evolving coronavirus pandemic.

Insurance Industry Stumped by Coronavirus Peril

LIST: Brokers advise clients to lower risk even if they can’t provide coverage.

Insurance carriers can’t put a price on coronavirus pandemic

Closure of Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Monday announced that it will close to the public until March 31 amid coronavirus concerns.

Preview: Hospitals Wash With UV Light

UltraViolet Devices has found itself in the middle of an unintended growth spurt, propelled by the coronavirus pandemic.

Princess Ship Off California Testing Passengers for Virus

A Princess cruise ship, currently off the California coast near San Francisco, is testing some 100 passengers and crew for coronavirus.