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Farmers Insurance Group, based in Woodland Hills, has named Suzie Elliott its new head of human resources.
Can artificial intelligence software developed for NASA’s Mars Rover help doctors back on Earth?
Glendale firm applys AI to healthcare.
Two veteran business leaders have been tapped to fill the new executive-in-residence and entrepreneur-in-residence posts at California Lutheran University’s School of Management, the college announced Monday.
Staff firm’s website helps HR understand unconventional careers.
Creative Circles’ website helps HR professionals hire creative types.
Immix Biopharma founder Ilya Rachman thinks he has a new way to develop medicines, and his first proof is a now-healthy canine patient.
Doctor cures cancer in dog, looks to humans next.
Sex allegations prompt companies to re-examine workplace culture
Companies face the threat of sexual harassment claims, but human resources, public relations and legal experts offer advice.
The California arm of the National Diversity Council has named Bethany Mayer, president and chief executive of Ixia, among the 50 most powerful women in technology for 2016, the company announced on Monday.
The office of Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer has filed a lawsuit against the owners of the Motel 6 hospitality chain and the managers of the chain’s property in Sylmar, Feuer’s office announced on Monday.
EVENT: Show hoofers and executives net $30,000 for Valley Cultural Center.
Six local executives took to the stage at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills on Oct. 14 at the Valley Cultural Center’s annual “Dancing with Our Valley Stars” fundraising gala and live auction.
In what could be a breakthrough development for a small Valencia biotech, SetPoint Medical Corp. has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration to launch a pilot study on its main product.
SOFTWARE: $3 million will commercialize company’s EyeArt screening product.
Eyenuk gets financing for EyeArt expansion.
RETAIL: Grocery Outlet gives $1,000 in conjunction with its grand opening.
The Burbank location of Grocery Outlet Bargain Market has been open for less than a month, but it’s already clear that the store is committed to offering more to area residents than discounted groceries.
Startup secures $18.5 million amid Trump uncertainty.
Fundraising app developer raises its own funds for expansion.
PHILANTHROPY: Four businesses help with drive to keep homeless warm.
For the fifth year running, local businesswoman Angela Amirkhanian has covered new territory in her quest to spread the love of a warm blanket.
Second Sight Medical Products Inc. announced Monday that it tripled the number of implants of its prosthetic eyesight device in the fourth quarter over the same period the previous year, sending the company’s stock up almost 13 percent against sharp losses for the market overall.
LIST: Firms hire more attorneys to handle expanding caseload.
Hiring: Hiring Labor Lawyers - Employment law brings more work and attorneys to Valley firms.
Amgen Inc. in Thousand Oaks has entered an agreement to buy Kirin-Amgen, its joint venture with Japan-based Kirin Holdings Co., for $780 million, the company announced.
A Los Angeles-based biotechnology company led by a primary care physician who runs a clinic in the San Fernando Valley announced Monday that its investigational drug has eliminated all signs of cancer in a pet dog.
REGULATION: Nonprofit tackles lack of quality control workers.
Glendale company starts nonprofit in response to FDA’s new food safety law.
Simulations Plus Inc. on Thursday completed its acquisition of Dilisym Services Inc., a North Carolina software company that makes a program for modeling drug-induced liver damage. Simulations Plus had previously announced its intention to buy the company on May 1.