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Marvel Comics' Stan Lee Dies at 95

Stan Lee, who with a stable of comic book artists co-created the Marvel Comics characters currently fueling a cinematic universe which has already grossed nearly $20 billion for parent company Walt Disney Co., died Monday in Los Angeles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

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Amgen Pledges $750,000 to Fire and Mass Shooting Victims

Amgen Inc. has pledged a half-million dollars to help victims of the ongoing wildfires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, the Thousand Oaks biotech company announced Monday.

Delta to Begin Nonstop Burbank-Atlanta Flights

Delta Air Lines will begin nonstop service between Hollywood Burbank Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport beginning in July.

Developer Plans Multifamily in Sun Valley

Developer GATA Woodley LLC has filed an application with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning to develop a vacant lot in Sun Valley for a multifamily project.

Business Events Calendar

Business Events throughout the Valleys.

Whose Money Is It, Anyway?

Like any business-minded voter, I weigh each ballot proposition carefully to decide whether the benefit will outweigh any burden.

Around The Valleys

A top team of former Colliers International brokers has joined NAI Capital.

Growth Club

Savvy companies find ways to scale up in slow-rising economy

The entrepreneurial dream of running a business with skyrocketing revenue has come true for the managers at the 50 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the San Fernando Valley region.

ZPower’s Tiny Batteries Deliver Big Growth Spurt

A small item has given ZPower Inc. a big boost in growth.

At TicketManager, the Growth Show Goes On

TicketManager was founded in 2007 by a small team of former StubHub employees who saw that companies needed a better way to administer the event tickets they purchased to entertain clients and employees.

50 Fastest Growing Private Companies 2018

Online platform for plumbers, electricians and HVAC contractors received a $62 million venture capital investment in March.

For Gym, Franchising Is Low-Resistance Exercise

When Larry Nolan founded Hardcore Fitness Inc. in 2007, it didn’t seem poised to become one of the Valley area’s most popular independent gyms.

Local Leaders Receive Arabian Awards

Honors: Scholarships also given in name of Supreme Court Justice, who died in March.

Valley leaders receive Armand Arabian Awards.

Sherwood Cares Shares Golf Proceeds in Conejo

Fundraising: Invesco QQQ Championship benefits 10 organizations.

Country club foundation shares golf proceeds.

Sada Systems Expands to Texas, New York

Cloud: Company takes WeWork space to better serve existing clients.

Sada Systems expanding into other states.

Housing Slowdown?

Residential: Brokers and data point to a cooling market for homes in the Valley region.

Is the home-buying market softening?

CEO Conveys Holiday Look In Capital

Volunteer appointment to decorate White House fulfills dream.

Print shop owner to help decorate White House.

Semtech’s Big Internet Bet

Technology: Alibaba deal confirms chip maker’s strategy.

Semtech Corp. expands with Internet of Things chips.

Dealing’s Done At Charles Dunn

Real Estate: Firm abruptly closes brokerage operation.

Charles Dunn Co. Inc. closes brokerage operations.

The Number

Of the 4.59 million workers in Los Angeles County, 3.67 million drive to work alone, while another 448,750 carpool.