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LTC Properties to Diversify as Pandemic Recedes

HEALTH CARE: Revenue fell as tenants couldn’t pay rent; analyst calls it ‘transitory.’

As pandemic recedes, LTC Properties Inc. plans to diversify its investments.

UV Resources’ Bright Year Leads to Acquisition

TECHNOLOGY: Demand for air purification by ultraviolet light grows during pandemic.

Ultraviolent light equipment maker UV Resources in Valencia is acquired by Illinois firm.

Semtech Applies LoRa Technology to Fire Prevention

Semtech Corp. will provide its long-range, low-power technology for a fire prevention system from a South Korean company.

Capstone Sells Turbines to Australian Oil, Gas Operators

Capstone Green Energy Corp. has received an order for three of its microturbines for use at oil and gas projects in Australia.

Software Connects Humans and Robots

InVia partners with Rufus Labs for warehouse work.

Maker of robots for warehouses pairs up with company that makes wearable technology.

How to Compensate for Comic-Con?

Taped panels, merchandise cheer fans at virtual event.

What Valley area companies are doing for the second virtual San Diego Comic-Con.

She Calls Recruiting a ‘Woman-Run Industry’

Vivian Rutherford honors her Japanese heritage through focus on customer service.

At Ronin Staffing, founder and Chief Executive Vivian Rutherford looks after the commercial side of the staffing industry.

Semtech Collaborates on Peel-and-Stick Sensors

Semtech Corp. is collaborating with a Japanese company on a new line of peel-and-stick sensors.

Cavitation Technologies Raises $1.5 Million for Permian Basin Project

Cavitation Technologies Inc. has raised $1.5 million through the sale of 23 million units of common shares of its stock as well as warrants for future sales of more shares.

Avery Dennison Growing Greener

Avery Dennison Corp. on Wednesday announced the launch of Sustainable ADvantage, a products portfolio that emphasizes sustainability.

FloQast Raises $110 Million in Financing Round

FloQast has raised $110 million in a Series D funding round, led by Meritech Capital, a Palo Alto venture investment firm.

BlackLine Partnership to Facilitate Bank Connectivity

BlackLine Inc. has partnered with a San Diego cloud-based finance and IT provider to streamline the digitalization of financial operations at client companies.

Capstone Sells First Hydrogen Turbines in Europe

Capstone Green Energy Corp. has sold two microturbines to an Austrian company that are the first in Europe to use hydrogen.

Communications Firm Wants Hybrid Workers

Ruth Drizen-Dohs surrounds herself with the best people, at home or in office.

Ruth Drizen-Dohs describes her business as a full-service corporate communications company that is vertically integrated to control all aspects of the services it offers clients as well as to keep costs under control.

Disney to Move 2,000 Jobs to Florida, Per Reports

Walt Disney Co. plans to move about 2,000 positions from Southern California to central Florida in a bid to consolidate operations and promote collaboration among staff, according to media reports.

Solar Panels Travel to the Space Station

Spectrolab arrays to provide more power for experiments.

Spectrolab, the Boeing Co. subsidiary in Sylmar, provided solar cells for a pair of arrays installed last month on the International Space Station.

Canadian Air Carrier to Fly to Hollywood Burbank Airport

Low-cost Canadian air carrier Flair Airlines has added Hollywood Burbank Airport to its list of six new U.S. destinations.

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NetSol Joins Consumer Bankers Association

NetSol Technologies Inc. has joined the Consumer Bankers Association as an associate member, the Calabasas company announced Wednesday.

Los Angeles Sues FAA Over Burbank Airport’s New Terminal

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer plans to sue the Federal Aviation Administration over deficiencies in the environmental review process for the proposed replacement terminal at Hollywood Burbank Airport.

Battery Energy Storage Facility Opens in Ventura County

Renewable energy company Arevon Asset Management has opened one of the largest battery energy storage sites in the country near Oxnard in Ventura County.

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