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The Westlake Village fruit giant Dole Food Co. Inc. has started a buy-sell process with the UK produce importer JP Fruit Distributors Ltd.
Nutrition supplements manufacturer Natrol, Inc. announced Monday it had established a subsidiary in the United Kingdom in hopes of increasing its sales overseas.
Plethico Pharmaceuticals Limited of India has acquired Natrol, Inc., the Chatsworth-based manufacturer and marketer nutritional products in a deal worth $80.8 million.
Panorama City Hospital has started using medication bar code scanning, the first Southern California hospital in the Kaiser Permanente system to do so.
Reverse auction firm Bid4Spots has expanded its marketplace for radio airtime to the United Kingdom, the company announced.
The Chatsworth company's newest office will open on February 7.
Simi Valley could become the home of Ventura County's largest Habitat for Humanity housing project.
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Timing could not be better for nutritional supplement manufacturers, including two local San Fernando Valley companies that have recently introduced products to relieve menopause symptoms.
Sig Raulinaitis has been named director of construction at Encino-based Mann Theatres. Raulinaitis will oversee and develop projects. He previously was project manager at Extended Stay America Hotels.
The Thousand Oaks drug giant Amgen Inc. has acquired a privately-held biopharmaceutical company based in Mountain View, Calif.
Advanced Media Training Inc. has changed its corporate name to DeMatco Inc., the company has announced.
E-mail chat has been a common feature of the Internet for years, but when was the last time you were able to chat with a real live customer-service representative on an e-commerce site, in real time?
A Camarillo-based company has been awarded construction management responsibilities for Habitat for Humanity's Jimmy Carter Work Project.
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MiniMed Inc. is awaiting Food and Drug Administration approval for a revolutionary glucose sensor that will give diabetics the most precise way yet of monitoring their blood sugar levels.