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The state of California’s $500 million Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program has opened its first round of applications
LIST: Testing proves crucial to contain deadly virus.
Amid a pandemic that is disproportionately dangerous for older populations, the Motion Picture Television Fund’s Wasserman campus in Woodland Hills has achieved something remarkable.
GWS Auctions Inc. in Agoura Hills plans to sell 150 rare books and texts sourced from the inventory of the store Mystery Pier Books in Los Angeles.
Officials from the city of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. announced 149 local small businesses have been approved for COVID-19 relief grants of up to $5,000.
A coalition of government agencies and business groups in Los Angeles County have launched the “Safer at Work” campaign to encourage companies, workers and customers to follow best practices to stop the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
Agoura Hills firm makes literary sales virtually.
It’s rare to find first editions of classic literary books for sale, and rarer still to find a collection with hundreds of them up for auction all at once.
Los Angeles County health officials have announced that outdoor dining at food-service businesses will be prohibited, a decision questioned by the restaurant sector.
The L.A. Regional COVID-19 Recovery Fund will accept its sixth and final round of small business grant applications this week.
RESTAURANT: Agoura Hills watering hole racks up fines, loses permits and licenses.
Cronies Sports Bar and Grill, nestled in the Agoura Meadows Shopping Center at 5687 Kanan Road, entered the national spotlight last month as one of the first restaurants to openly defy Los Angeles County’s outdoor dining ban and continue serving patrons on site.
Woodland Hills accounting software developer BlackLine Inc. has acquired Rimilia, a U.K.-based platform that automates the accounts receivable process.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has settled charges against Cheesecake Factory Inc. for misreporting the impact of the coronavirus on its business operations and finances.
Oil and gas producer California Resources Corp. has completed its financial restructuring under Chapter 11.
ProVisors expands membership despite no face-to-face meetings.
ProVisors, a Sherman Oaks-based networking organization for business service professionals, found itself scrambling when the coronavirus pandemic put a stop to luncheons and office-based meetings – the basis of all its activities.
Amusement park operator Six Flags Entertainment Corp., which owns Magic Mountain in Valencia, will lay off 240 employees.
Business groups publicly complained Wednesday about L.A. County’s order to stop outdoor dining.
Valley companies benefit from recovery fund.
By the end of 2020, the Los Angeles branch of the nonprofit financial institution Local Initiatives Support Corp., or LISC, will have distributed roughly $103 million in grants to local small businesses
ECONOMY: Filings a ‘trailing indicator’ of pandemic’s havoc.
Lawyers expect a wave of bankruptcies to be filed in early 2021.
Princess Cruises announced it will extend its pause on cruising activity through March 31.