SFV BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

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.

Wildfires Cause Hotel Evacuations, Freeway Closures

Two wildfires straddling Los Angeles and Ventura counties have caused mass evacuations of homes and businesses in areas from Calabasas to Malibu.

Brokers Form Apartment Advisors Team Under Marcus & Millichap Banner

Marcus & Millichap Inc. brokers Filip Niculete and Glen Scher have formed Los Angeles Apartment Advisors, a team focused on selling multifamily properties at the Calabasas-headquartered firm.

Preview: Olympic Competitions Coming to Valley in 2028

Regional profile, hospitality sector to benefit from Games.

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Preview: Fastest Growing Private Companies Special Report

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

Thousand Oaks Shooting Claims 13 Lives

A gunman shot and killed 12 people before turning the gun on himself at a bar hosting a college night in Thousand Oaks late Wednesday.

Disney Beats Analyst Expectations on Revenue, Earnings

Walt Disney Co. beat Wall Street projections on earnings and revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter.

Report: Ventura County Economy Continues Slump

The Ventura County economy continued to decline last year due to rising housing prices that are pushing families out of the area.

Glendale’s Onyx Complex Sells for $86 Million

An undisclosed institutional buyer has acquired the Onyx, a mixed-use property in Glendale, for $86.2 million.

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Hi-Speed Rail Slows Tutor Perini

The Tutor Perini Corp. on Wednesday reported third quarter earnings and revenue that not only were lower than last year but fell significantly short of expectations.

Valencia Landscaping Company Expands Into Nevada

Landscape Development Inc. announced that its maintenance division, Enhanced Landscape Management, has completed the asset purchase of Las Vegas-headquartered NewTex Landscape Inc.

New Chief Appointed for Logix

Logix Federal Credit Union announced Monday that Logix Chief Operating Officer Ana Fonseca will succeed Dave Styler as president and chief executive, who is retiring after 18 years at the helm.

Voters Agree with Business Groups on Ballot Issues

Local business associations cheered voters’ decisions Tuesday on a range of ballot measures impacting the Valley area’s public infrastructure and housing shortage.

CEO Posts Point to MGA Expansion in Australia

MGA Entertainment Inc. appears to be expanding into Australia, according to multiple LinkedIn posts by Chief Executive Isaac Larian.

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Mixed Results for Capstone's Quarter

Capstone Turbine missed Wall Street estimates on earnings but beat them on revenue in its fiscal second quarter.

GeoLinks CEO Joins FCC Broadband Committee

GeoLinks Chief Executive Skyler Ditchfield has been appointed to a working group of the Federal Communications Commission’s Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee.

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