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Amgen Seeks New Monthly Dosage for Repatha

Amgen Inc. has submitted an application for regulatory approval of a new single-dose syringe for cholesterol drug Repatha, the company announced Friday.

Greater San Fernando Chamber Joins Recovery Fund Coalition

The Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce announced Monday it has joined America’s Recovery Fund Coalition, an alliance of more than 100 trade associations and business organizations advocating for a grant-based federal assistance program for businesses.

CSUN’s Nazarian College Expands With Business Analytics Degree

Starting in fall 2021 semester, California State University – Northridge’s Nazarian College of Business and Economics will offer a bachelor’s degree in business analytics.

Retailer Busts No Longer Booming

LIQUIDATION: Great American moves beyond bankruptcies.

LIQUIDATION: Woodland Hills firm that sold distressed assets diversifies its services as the economy mends.

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Shares Gain After Limoneira Reports Tough Quarter

Shares of Limoneira Co. gained Wednesday, even though the company reported lower revenue and a net loss the previous day.

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Peter Derycz used to be a ‘library slave’ in college. Now, his Research Solutions digs up research papers for tech companies.

Peter Derycz went from starving student to CEO of a publicly traded company.

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CEO Puts On Clinic for How to Raise Money

VENTURE CAPITAL: Sanguine chief’s fundraising strategy uses high-low approach.

When Brian Neman needed growth financing for his clinical-studies patient-recruitment firm, he found it with a combination of old-fashioned door knocking and newfangled technology.

Wealth Managers’ Wild Ride

Financial advisors weathered market downs and ups during a year of surprises.

The onset of the coronavirus caused one of the sharpest nosedives in the history of global capital markets. Between Feb. 20 and April 7, the Nasdaq tumbled an unprecedented 1,864 points, a loss of nearly 20 percent.

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Insurance Payout Improves Tejon Ranch's Quarter

Tejon Ranch Co. reported improved net income and revenue for the third quarter, largely from the payment on a crop insurance claim.

Cast & Crew’s Co-CEOs

Cast & Crew’s Co-CEOs

Movie accounting service Cast & Crew in Burbank has promoted John Berkley to co-chief executive.

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CEO Shifts at Disney

A flurry of leadership changes at Walt Disney Co.

CRC Beats Estimates With $77 Million Loss

California Resources Corp. announced fourth-quarter and full results on Monday that reflect the impact of falling oil prices on the company.

California Resources Quarterly Loss Totals $100 Million

California Resources Corp. suffered massive losses during the first quarter, yet still managed to beat Wall Street expectations on earnings.

Company Adds Layers and Layers of Complexity

Technology: At Solid Concepts, 3-D printing only makes sense when making big-dollar items.

Nurturing Indie Movies’ Shelf Life

DVD vendor’s book provides filmmakers distribution direction.

PUBLISHING: Ryan Kugler wants to get your movie on the shelf at Wal-Mart.

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Cutting Edge Without The Knife

Cynvenio Biosystems’ ‘liquid biopsy’ system sold to research centers.

Cynvenio Biosystems makes a machine that finds cancer cells in the blood.

Great American Partners with Tech Auctioneer

Woodland Hills liquidation company Great American Group Inc. said Tuesday it has signed a strategic partnership with CA Global Partners Inc., which specializes in the liquidation of industrial and information technology equipment.

Great American to Liquidate Australian Home Improvement Stores

Great American Group has secured an agreement to manage the closure of Masters Home Improvement Stores in Australia.

Sanguine BioSciences Gathers Seed Funding

Sanguine BioSciences Inc., a company that collects blood for use in medical research, has closed its seed funding round with $10 million.