SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION

JetHawks’ Last Out

SPORTS: Team leaves empty stadium and entertainment void in the Antelope Valley.The JetHawks have flown from their longtime home in Lancaster.

Fire-Resistant Building Materials Stir Debate

REGULATION: Builders see more cost; officials want safety.

REGULATION Fire-resistant building materials stir debate of cost and safety.

Startup Pays to Sell Your Data

TECHNOLOGY: BIGtoken adds BitCoin to cashout options.

CRYPTO Data marketplace BIGToken adds Bitcoin as a cash-out option for its users.

VALLEY INSIDER

CRC’s New CEO

California Resources Corp. appoints Mark “Mac” McFarland as permanent chief executive.

Bar Transforms to Member-Only Club

Vaccination requirement allows face-to-face interaction inside.

North Hollywood bar becomes members-only club.

Plug for Meetings In Ventura County

Marketing campaign stresses safety for conference and trade shows.

California Resources Corp. appoints Mark “Mac” McFarland as permanent chief executive.

Kitchen Relocation

RETAIL: Food trucks operate in new venues as customers’ eating habits evolve during pandemic.

Food trucks operate in new venues as customers’ eating habits change.

Opportunities Portend Strong Year for NetSol

FINANCE: Auto software company’s subsidiary moves into carsharing market.

New opportunities power strong year for NetSol Technologies Inc.

CFO to CEO

Nicholas Lymberopoulos, new chief executive at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center, talks about progress on the $644 million Tarzana Reimagined construction project.

Interview with Nick Lymberopoulus, new chief executive of Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center.

Clean Beauty From Simi’s Derma E

Educational initiative draws on skin doctors’ expertise.

Drs. Gervaise Gerstner, Alexis Stephens and Andrea Suarez have partnered with beauty product company Derma E in Simi Valley

SteadyMD Closes on Second-Round Funding

Westlake Village company lands celebrity investors.

Telehealth company SteadyMD, with local offices in Westlake Village, raises $25 million in Series B round.

Management Update for Arcutis Team

Biopharma adds financial, sales and medical executives.

Late-stage biopharmaceutical company Arcutis Biotherapeutics in late March started bolstering its executive team

Children’s Museum Takes Library

Camarillo’s kidSTREAM to promote science, math.

The former Camarillo Library will soon be donated to nonprofit kidSTREAM to develop an interactive children’s museum.

Job Service for ‘Justice-Involved’

Three Valley organizations join the training program.

The Los Angeles Office of Diversion and Reentry has partnered with several Valley nonprofits to launch a new job training and mental health support pilot program called SECTOR.

Tia Chucha’s Expands for Anniversary

Civil protests spur sales at bookstore in Sylmar.

Tia Chucha’s Cultural Center expands larger location.

GeoLinks Buys Verizon Spectrum

Internet provider sees deal as step to close the digital divide.

Telecommunications company GeoLinks will acquire 208 local multipoint distribution band spectrum licenses from Verizon Communications Inc.

Seat Shields to Make Audience ‘Comfortable’

Sun Valley firm’s partitions aim at reopening economy.

Sun Valley firm LAProPoint’s seat shields aim to make theater audiences comfortable.

Eta Compute Releases Tiny Hardware

Circuitboard aids in artificial intelligence development.

Eta Compute announced in March its new integrated vision board that helps developers accelerate time to market for products.

CYBERSECURITY special report

WEB DANGER

For managers, security presents a conundrum: No matter how much you spend, you can never eliminate all the risk.

Fending Off Hacker Attacks

Valley IT firms protect clients from an economic threat ‘exponentially larger than the damage inflicted from natural disasters.’

How Valley area firms protect clients from cybercrimes.

INVISIBLE RISKS

Insurance, legal and tech professionals can limit web liability.

Remote work during the pandemic has multiplied cybersecurity problems.

Mortgage Lender in Quiet $1 Billion Acquisition

FINANCE: Phoenix bank pays for the parent of AmeriHome in Thousand Oaks.

Parent of AmeriHome Mortgage Co. acquired by bank in $1 billion deal.

Tinhorn Flats Continues Campaign to Stay Open

REGULATION: Burbank police condemn ‘persistent unlawful behavior’ despite arrests.

The city of Burbank and local business owners of Tinhorn Flats Saloon and Grill continue to face off in their ongoing battle over coronavirus closures

PR Firms Start to Climb Out of Pandemic’s Hole

LIST: With economic opening, marketers prepare for clients eager to share their messages.

PR shops await message glut as they expect business to pick up.

Multifamily’s Hot Streak in NoHo, Simi

Marcus & Millichap transacts pair of sales with 127 units.

Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. brokered a pair of high-profile multifamily sales last month.

Slow Recovery Ahead for Urban Tower Sector

Office will lag in economic uptick, according to Savills.

Brokerage firm Savills forecasts the recovery in office space will take longer.

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