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Firm developing desert’s first new gold mine in decades.
Mining: The Golden Queen mine could unearth $1 billion in yellow metal.
Advertising: Metro, Santa Clarita plan removal along rail right-of-way.
Advertising: Small businesses oppose billboard removal in Santa Clarita.
Energy: BNK Petroleum announces completion of promising gas well.
Energy: BNK Petroleum drills horizontal well in Poland.
Giving: David Murdock helping fund Westlake Village project.
Billionaire and Dole Food Co. chief David Murdock recently gave $10 million to the planned Westlake Village Park and YMCA, bringing the donation total to $18.7 million.
Real Estate: Low-income units with artist preference win narrow approval.
In an effort to address both affordable housing needs and a desire for a more vibrant downtown, Glendale has approved a $30 million low-income apartment building – with a catch.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
Walt Disney Co. is offering 400 movie titles through a new cloud-based streaming service, Disney Movies Anywhere.
From the Newsroom
Editor: Lancaster Mayor Rex Parris and KB Home show how to collarborate.
TAKE TWO - This week's Editorial Cartoon by Steve Greenberg
KNBC moves from longtime Burbank home
Media: KNBC-TV Channel 4 moves its news operation to Universal City.
M&A: Harman Press in North Hollywood buys Sun Valley rival.
M&A: Two union print shops become one through an acquisition.
Sun Valley firm makes splash at Olympics with spectacular fountain.
Design: Sun Valley firm builds a water fountain for the Sochi Olympics.
Film: The 3-D story behind Russian blockbuster “Stalingrad.”
Hospitality: Building has begun on a Marriott next to another planned lodging in Burbank.
Hospitality: Marriott jumps into the building boom for Burbank hotels.
Burbank native Michael Cusumano has helped build his family’s company into a leading developer in the Media City.
Q&A: Michael Cusumano followed his family’s heritage into real estate.