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Phil Marshall, Galpin Motors

Valleys’ Top CFOs - Honorees

Phil Marshall has seen a lot in his more than 50 years in the auto industry.

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Tuesday in the Valley

Calabasas Chamber of Commerce, 11th Annual Calabasas Wine Tasting

Preview: No Fans in Stands Make for Ticketless Season

ENTERTAINMENT: Calabasas firm manages sports spending for companies.

Succession Issues Prompt Restructuring

Aging founders, industry changes cause mergers, changes

2008 INDUSTRY REPORTS

Entertainment, Accounting and Tech

Apollo F-1 Engine Moves to Chatsworth

A mock-up of the engine that helped take humans to the moon was installed on Thursday outside the Aerojet Rocketdyne campus on DeSoto Avenue in Chatsworth after standing for decades along Canoga Avenue.

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Senate Cuts F-22 Raptor Funding

The Senate voted to cut funding for the F-22 Raptor fighter jet, a victory for efforts by President Barack Obama to reduce military spending.

Entcol

If Steven Spielberg wanted to make a movie about what his cat had for breakfast, every studio in town would be begging him to accept a massive up-front payment and a share of the first-dollar gross.

Teledyne Subsidiary Secures F-35 Contract

A business unit of Teledyne Technologies Inc. has received a contract of more than $20 million to continue its support of the F-35 Lightning II fighter aircraft.

Fighter Jet Helps Revive Area Aerospace

The next generation military fighter jet has brought a boost in business to more than a dozen manufacturers in the greater San Fernando Valley.

McKeon: F-22 cuts hurt U.S.

LANCASTER - Cuts to the F-22 Raptor fighter jet program could endanger pilots of other U.S. military jets, U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon said.

Palmdale Plant Produces 500th Fuselage for F-35 Fighter Jet

Northrop Grumman Corp. produced its 500th center fuselage for the F-35 Lighting II jet fighter this week at its Palmdale manufacturing facility, the company announced Monday.

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Northrop begins assembly of 1st F-35

PALMDALE - Northrop Grumman Corp. has begun assembling the first F-35 Lightning II jet, marking the transition from demonstration to production of the Joint Strike Fighter, the defense giant announced.

Northrop Automated Assembly Line Produces First Fuselage

Northrop Grumman Corp. delivered the first center fuselage for the F-35 made on the integrated assembly line at its Palmdale manufacturing facility.

Defending the Line

Defense: Valley area firms brace for word on F-35.

Northrop accelerates use of new Palmdale assembly line

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New Assembly Line in Use for Fighter Plane

Northrop Grumman Corp. has started using a new assembly line in Palmdale for making the fuselage of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

F-22 Maintenance Moving From Palmdale

The U.S. Air Force is consolidating the maintenance of the F-22 Raptor jet fighter resulting in a loss of work at the Lockheed Martin Corp. facility in Palmdale.

Business Friendly? State Gets an F but L.A. a C-

Los Angeles ranked only a bit below average when it comes to creating a friendly environment for small businesses and entrepreneurs, according to a survey released Wednesday.

Van Nuys Firm Wins Cockpit Display Contract

Industrial Electronic Engineers Inc. has been chosen as a subcontractor on the F-15E fighter.

Galpin Unleashes The Beast

The auto customizer revamps Ford truck for Modesto manufacturer.

Galpin Auto Sports modifies F-450 truck for equipment manufacturer

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