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Radio’s Squeeze Play

Stations want to carry live broadcasts from Sports USA, but advertisers have other options.

Sports USA recruits a top sportscaster.

Nestle Injects Fresh Cash in Freshly Food Service

INVESTMENT: $77 million will expand subscription meal firm’s geographic footprint.

Less than a week after announcing plans to restructure its U.S. candy business, Nestle USA made another move that could be interpreted as an attempt to give its brand a more nutritious image.

Nestle Headquarters Leaving Glendale

Nestle USA will relocate its corporate headquarters from Glendale to Arlington County, Va. later this year, the company announced Wednesday.

Too-Tall Order?

Warehouses face shrinking pool of workers

Holidays are closing in but warehouses face labor shortages.

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Beauty Pros Eagerly Take Eye Test

Survey results give Glad Lash insights into customer base.

Eye makeup company connects with customers through survey.

DineEquity Appoints New CEO

Shares of DineEquity Inc. jumped more than 4 percent Thursday after the release of the company’s second-quarter financial results and the news of hiring a new chief executive.

Warehouse Apprentice Program Launches in Santa Clarita

College of the Canyons and AMS Fulfillment Inc. have partnered to offer California’s first apprenticeships in warehousing and shipping, the college announced Thursday.

Nestle Exits Glendale, Offers Staff Menu of Options

RELOCATION: Employees can take local job, severance or move to Virginia.

Nestle USA will move its corporate headquarters from Glendale to Arlington County, Va., affecting 1,200 jobs and cutting the last of the food giant’s ties with the San Fernando Valley.

Preview: Dog Drug Theory

On Aug. 6, Immix announced that its drug Imx-110 had successfully brought a dog named Jerry into remission from late-stage lymphoma.

Kiosks Keep Lights On

Lamps Plus understands how to sell on internet, but mobile is chain’s next challenge.

How Lamps Plus keeps its lights on amid ecommerce competition.

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Dog Drug Theory

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.

Cure Pharmaceutical Buys Therapix Assets

Cure Pharmaceutical in Oxnard announced Wednesday that it has signed a term agreement for the acquisition of the non-pain assets of Therapix Biosciences Ltd., a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company that is developing cannabinoid-based medications.

Endonovo Sells First 'Electroceutical' Device

Endonovo Therapeutics announced Monday the first commercial sales of its “electroceutical” wearable electronic device for pain relief.

Ralphs to Offer Local Delivery Through Instacart

Ralphs Grocery Co. is joining a number of retail chains that have partnered with delivery service Instacart to bring groceries to customers’ doorsteps in the San Fernando and Conejo valleys.

DIY Protein Power

Consumers who want less sugar in a nutrition bar can make their own with a mix from Creation Nation.

Ready-made protein bar mix seeks shelves.

City Attorney Sues Sylmar Motel

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.

Fuss Over Food

REGULATION: Nonprofit tackles lack of quality control workers.

Glendale company starts nonprofit in response to FDA’s new food safety law.

Teen Taps Peer Group For Startup

Friends’ feedback guides design of functional swimwear.

Teen fashion designer launches functional bikini line.

Provision Letter Clarifies Rite Aid Deal

Provision Holding Inc. anticipates the number of 3D shopping kiosks it will install in Rite Aid Corp. stores may stay at 700 rather than the 4,500 it once anticipated, the software and technology firm announced Wednesday in a letter to shareholders.

Salem Names First VP for Contemporary Christian Programming

Salem Media Group in Camarillo has named Mike Blakemore to the new position of vice president of programming for its contemporary Christian music stations.