SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION
REAL ESTATE: Landlords suffer crime, odors and legal actions.
The high-risk, and high-reward, of renting space to medical marijuana businesses.
HEALTH CARE: Nonprofit’s footprint must keep up with patient count.
Kaiser Permanente builds out to accommodate health care reform.
Off-campus offices, broad mission aims to encourage startups.
L.A. Cleantech Incubator takes space near CSUN.
Women, cat lovers and new readers gather at Burbank retailer.
Perky Nerd comic book shop targets newbies and women.
Technology: Chester Wang bought a firm in debt but found ways to straighten it out.
Dolphin Imaging maneuvers turnaround after new owner replaces hardware focus with software.
BIOTECH: Agency proposes to pay $150,000 for Sylmar company’s vision system.
Boost in Medicare reimbursement sends Second Sight stock soaring.
MARKETING: Payments for promotional videos not transparent, Feds allege.
In the film version of “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,” the character Boromir comments that one does not simply walk into Mordor.
With Hollywood studios booked, producers look to Simi and San Fernando valleys for affordable space as developers and property owners hustle to meet demand.
Filming’s rebound brings opportunities for Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley.
Second-quarter’s diverse stories.
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News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley
Antelope Valley Hospital has named Ronald Bingham as its new chief operating officer.
Calendar of events
Government’s well-intended regulations may have driven small public companies to new, larger owners.
Sports and business both reward those who learn skills to compensate for what nature didn’t give them.
How success in baseball can translate to business.
Eliminating poverty: private enterprise and the minimum wage.
PUBLISHING: Academic journal powerhouse takes bigger digs.
Academic and professional demand drives growth at Sage Publications.
Queen Mary 2 even pampers pets after $132 million refit.
Cunard upgrades to house more ocean-going pets.
Global direct foreign investments swelled 36 percent last year.
POLITICS: Despite judge’s decision, Antelope Valley thinks county owes money.
Antelope Valley Hospital had its first court hearing earlier this month regarding its lawsuit against Los Angeles County and its board of supervisors for allegedly misallocating billions of dollars of Measure B funding.
LAW: Attorneys sign up hundreds of Porter Ranch residents.
The Porter Ranch gas leak has attracted a swarm of attorneys.
AGRICULTURE: Land O’Lakes to pay $17 million for Ceres.
Ceres Inc.’s switch to improving forage crop yields attracts purchase offer from Land O’Lakes.
College to convert vacant supermarket into school
Antelope Valley College’s conversion of former supermarket and medical offices drives attention to tired strip mall.
Glendale clinic has a $499 inclusive deal that avoids insurance.
Excluding insurance brings business but also potential risks to Glendale fixed-price clinic.
Resolution website OneDayDecisions.com to put its spots on air.
What’s a national TV ad campaign worth? 10 percent of its equity, according to one startup.