SFV BUSINESS JOURNAL DAILY NEWS

Fire Badly Damages Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City

The Sportsmen’s Lodge Events Center in Studio City suffered a fire Tuesday morning that left the dining and special events venue badly damaged.

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Dave & Buster’s to Open in Thousand Oaks

A new Dave & Buster’s is imminent in Thousand Oaks, and with it comes the promise of roughly 230 new jobs.

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Man Who Jumped From Warner Center Tower Identified

The Los Angeles County’s Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office has identified the man who jumped to his death from one of the Warner Center Towers in Woodland Hills on Jan. 10 as 62-year-old Woodland Hills resident Joshua Simon.

Greig Smith Returns to L.A. City Council

Former Los Angeles City Councilman Greig Smith has returned to represent the West San Fernando Valley as of Tuesday.

Limoneira Posts Record Revenue for 2018

Limoneira Co. had total revenue of $129 million last year, a record for the company.

Disney Nominates CVS Executive for Board

Derica Rice, president of CVS Caremark, has been nominated as a director for the Walt Disney Co.

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HR Tech Firm CareerArc Raises $30 Million

Human resources technology company CareerArc has raised $30 million in a financing round led by an East Coast private equity firm.

Disney CEO’s Compensation Totals $65 Million

Robert Iger, the chief executive of Walt Disney Co., took home more than $65 million in compensation last year, according to the Burbank media and entertainment company filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday.

Capstone Sells Follow-on Turbine

Capstone Turbine Corp. received a third follow-on order for a microturbine from a company with natural gas operations in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Van Nuys Warehouse Sells for $3.6 Million

Real estate firm Avison Young has brokered the $3.6 million sale of a 16,230-square-foot warehouse in Van Nuys.

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Man Jumps in Apparent Suicide at Warner Center Towers

Police are investigating the death of a man who appears to have jumped to his death from a building at Warner Center Towers in Woodland Hills Thursday afternoon, police officials said.

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$26 Million Debt Financing Smoothes Acquisition of Westlake Village Retail Center

Real estate brokerage firm CBRE has provided $25.9 million in debt financing toward the acquisition of North Ranch Gateway retail center in Westlake Village.

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Blumenfield Launches Transit Organization for Warner Center

Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield launched on Thursday a new transportation management organization to promote alternative transit in the Warner Center.

Thousand Oaks Approves Makeover of Civic Arts Plaza Campus

Thousand Oaks City Council has approved a $1.4 million contract to create the Civic Arts Plaza Campus Master Plan.

Realtors Award $1 Million in Housing Assistance to Fire Victims

The California Association of Realtors has begun awarding $1 million in housing assistance grants to homeowners and renters affected by the Woolsey, Hill and Camp fires. Households can apply for up to $2,000 for mortgage relief or to help pay for temporary housing.

Cinedigm Sells Digital Movie Projectors

Cinedigm Corp. has sold off 125 digital projection systems, bringing to more than 200 the total number of systems it has unloaded.

Tutor Perini to Build Parking for Charleston Airport

A subsidiary of Tutor Perini Corp. has won a contract worth $88 million to build a parking structure at the Charleston International Airport in South Carolina.

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Ventura County School Districts Join to Buy Office Building

Oxnard Union High School District and Rio School District have partnered to buy a 115,612-square-foot office building for nearly $13.8 million, according to a Lee & Associates-LA North/Ventura.

California Credit Union Offers Government Shutdown Relief

Glendale-based California Credit Union is offering financial relief programs to members whose paychecks have been interrupted by the partial government shutdown.

Disney Closes Parenting Website Babble

Walt Disney Co. shut down its website Babble after more than a decade of serving as a resource for parents.