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Precious metals investment firm American Hartford Gold has opened an office in Woodland Hills.
Share prices for large-cap companies in the Valley region moved lower as the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1.8 percent.
New president brings expertise in diversity to Thousand Oaks campus.
With the start of a new academic year, California Lutheran University welcomes a new president to campus.
Rex Parris, owner of Parris Law Firm and the mayor of Lancaster, has adopted hydrogen as his energy of choice.
CEO to Retire
Maria Hawthorne will retire as chief executive of PS Business Parks in Glendale, effective Sept. 1.
Amgen Inc. beat analyst expectations during the second quarter, despite the effects of the coronavirus on the health care industry.
A Northridge man has received 21 years in federal prison for a scheme in which credit card and bank loan scheme that took money from banks, credit card comapnies, car dealerships and utility companies.
A division of staffing and technology consulting firm ASGN Inc. has won a contract to develop a legacy consolidation system for military health records.