Antonio Pequeño IV

Staff Reporter (Health care, law, finance)

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NetSol Expands Partnership With Consulting Firm CGI

Auto leasing software provider NetSol Technologies Inc. in Calabasas announced Tuesday that it has expand its partnership with consulting firm CGI.

Startup Offers MS Solutions

MEDICAL DEVICES: Will lower price point attract buyers?

After his father was diagnosed with MS, Pier Mantovani was inspired to start a company to make neuro-rehabilitative technology.

New Lawyer A Litigator

Victor Balladares joins NPW in Westlake Village.

Westlake Village-based law firm Nevers Palazzo Packard Wildermuth & Wynner recently grew its ranks with the addition of associate Victor Balladares.

Business Formation Up at CorpNet

Online legal document firm finds growth in pandemic.

Online legal document filing service CorpNet has benefitted from pandemic.

Firm Steps Forward With Living Wage

LiteGear in Burbank thinks $20 an hour will help worker productivity.

Burbank LED lightning manufacturer LiteGear Inc. giving its employees a $20 living wage.

Simulations Plus Launches University Software Program

Pharmaceutical simulation software company Simulations Plus announced the University+ program, which offers one year of free access to Simulations Plus programs for students and educators at accredited universities worldwide.

Amgen Finalizes Teneobio Acquisition

Amgen Inc. announced that it has completed the acquisition of biotechnology company Teneobio Inc. with a $900 million upfront cash payment.

Calabasas Doctor Sentenced for Rx Bribery Scheme

Calabasas physician Dr. Amir Friedman, 56, was recently sentenced to 14 months in federal prison for allegedly accepting nearly $800,000 in bribes and kickbacks.

LTC Properties Closes $46 Million in Investments

Westlake Village-based LTC Properties announced that it has originated $46 million in new investments since the start of the third quarter.

LegalZoom and NBA Partner on $6 Million Small Business Program

Online legal technology company Inc. in Glendale has teamed up with the National Basketball Association for a multiyear partnership that will begin with a $6 million initiative focused on providing capital and other resources to small businesses.

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