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Marketing: Co-op sells Valley office, hit with $1.6 million judgment.
Marketing: Citrus cooperative Sunkist sells its headquarters and is hit with a legal judgment.
Local man gets in ‘Shark Tank’ to fund doggie dress-up biz.
Entertainment: A local entrepreneur appears on “Shark Tank.”
Automotive: Galpin Auto Sports’ GTR1 supercar has style.
What makes your company unusual? Alan: Getting your iPhone or other personal electronic devices repaired is still a new concept.
What makes you company unusual? Lindsey Deitsch: Our entire product line is not only gluten free, but is also rice free – a huge selling point.
What led you to start your own company? Matthew Smith: I was previously an entrepreneur before going back to college in my mid-20s.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
ImmunGene, a biotech firm developing anti-body proteins for cancer drugs, has landed $9 million in funding.
Editorial Cartoon SFVBJ - November 11, 2013
TAKE TWO - This week's Editorial Cartoon by Steve Greenberg
Specialty pharmacy TNH tops fastest growing list.
Health Care: TNH Pharmacy tops the fastest growing private companies list. Includes SFVBJ's 2013 VALLEY'S FASTEST-GROWING PRIVATE COs list for download (pdf)
Development: Builder wants 450-unit complex in Camarillo.
Development: Builders believe Camarillo needs more upscale apartments.
Manufacturing: Billionaire Al Mann sells battery-maker Quallion.
Finance: Should a company bankroll growth with private equity, loans or crowdfunding?
Profiles of the some of the top fastest growing companies in the greater Valley.
Companies: Four fast-growing companies share their stories.
Editor: Fastest growing lessons.