Logix Sponsors Palliative Care Bears at Henry Mayo Hospital

Burbank-based Logix Federal Credit Union and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in Santa Clarita have partnered on a program for the children of parents who have passed away.

28-Unit NoHo Apartment Breaks Ground

Luxury residential builder FMB Development announced Monday that it will break ground on a new multifamily property at 11436 W. Hatteras St. in the heart of North Hollywood.

Former Deloitte Advisory CEO Joins BlackLine Board

BlackLine Inc. has named Owen Ryan to its board of directors effective this month to contribute his expertise on the company’s next phase of growth.

Salem Media Acquires Financial Publisher

Salem Media Group has acquired former financial analyst Hilary Kramer’s investment newsletters and websites, the Camarillo-based conservative and Christian media company announced Monday.

SetPoint Medical Appoints New CEO

SetPoint Medical in Valencia has named Murthy Simhambhatla as its new chief executive, the electronic medicine firm announced Monday.

Marcus & Millichap Hires President for Finance Operation

Calabasas-based real estate brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. has hired David Shillington as the new president of its finance subsidiary, Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp.

B. Riley Subsidiary Negotiates South Coast Acura Sale

GlassRatner, a subsidiary of B. Riley Financial Inc. in Woodland Hills, announced Thursday that it advised Coast Mesa car dealer Orange Coast Auto Group in its acquisition of Costa Mesa-based South Coast Acura.

Valley Bar Association Leader Liz Post to Step Down

San Fernando Valley Bar Association Executive Director Liz Post will step down from the role effective Oct. 6 after leading the organization for nearly 25 years, the nonprofit announced Thursday.

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Illinois Firm to Manage Tarzana Shopping Center

An affiliate of Illinois real estate investment firm Pine Tree LLC has acquired an indirect interest in Tarzana’s Village Walk and has taken over management of the property.

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Business Journal's Trusted Advisors Awards Recognizes Professionals

Attorneys, business bankers, accountants, insurance professionals and wealth managers filled the Garland Hotel’s banquet room Thursday as San Fernando Valley Business Journal held its 8th Annual Trusted Advisors Awards ceremony and lunch.

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Burbank Backlot Sold for $85 Million

A 12-building industrial park with aerospace and entertainment tenants in Burbank has sold, fetching nearly $85 million for its seller.

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Salem Media Falls on Disappointing Quarter

Shares of Salem Media Group Inc. fell more than 16 percent Thursday after the Camarillo-based Christian and conservative media company announced a worse-than-expected quarterly loss of $2.2 million, or -8 cents a share.

Woodbury Adds Three Board Members

Woodbury University has appointed three new members to its board of trustees, the Burbank institution announced Thursday.

Amazon to Partner with Valley Colleges

Four community colleges in the San Fernando Valley will offer a cloud computing certificate program through a partnership with Amazon.com Inc.’s Amazon Web Services.

Study: California Not Getting Its Share of Big Action Films

California was the location for 10 of the 100 highest-performing U.S. feature films released theatrically last year, according to a study released Wednesday by FilmL.A.

SoCalGas Reaches Settlement for Aliso Canyon Leak

Southern California Gas Co. announced Tuesday that it has reached a nearly $120 million settlement with state and regional officials for the methane leak at its Aliso Canyon gas storage field in 2015.

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Expenses Eat into Disney Earnings

Walt Disney Co. missed Wall Street estimates on adjusted earnings and fell short on revenue for the fiscal third quarter.

After Strong Q2, Marcus & Millichap Sees 'Challenging' Months Ahead

Marcus & Millichap reported higher-than-expected results for the second quarter on both net income and revenue.

Tutor Perini Reaches Record Backlog of $8.7 Billion

Tutor Perini Corp. achieved a record backlog of contracts worth $8.7 billion during the second quarter, with higher-than-expected net income and lower revenue, the company announced Tuesday.

HGTV Buys ‘Brady Bunch’ House in NoHo

Discovery Inc.’s HGTV network has outbid ‘N Sync singer Lance Bass for the Studio City house that served as the exterior for the home in the popular 1970s sitcom “The Brady Bunch.”

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