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Cosmetics: Valley firms taking plastic beads out of products.
Cosmetics: Microscopic plastic particles cause headaches for manufacturers.
Tony Alamo ministry lists Canyon Country compound for sale.
Apparel: Fashionista preacher Tony Alamo could divest his compound.
Was Burbank eatery victim of Jay Leno, KNBC departures?
Restaurant: Casa Cabo closes as customer base leaves Burbank.
Side gig by PR exec scores residence at Lovitz Comedy Club.
Entertainment: Children’s show Shushybye finds a home in Universal City.
Moorpark firm develops new carrier for premium wine.
Retail: Jason Carignan hopes wine in a pouch will appeal to Gen X.
Food: A Calabasas service brings organic fruits and vegetables to your doorstep – at a price.
Food: Organic food delivered to your door is the order at Out of the Box Collective.
Energy: BNK Petroleum announces completion of promising gas well.
Energy: BNK Petroleum drills horizontal well in Poland.
Health Care: Medical scribe firm hires local CEO and opens West Valley office.
Health Care: Medical scribes and software support fuel growth at Essia Health.
Retail & Hospitality: Westfield fixing up interiors, landscaping at mall last updated in 1981.
The big mall news in the Valley is the massive Village at Topanga project that will improve and connect Westfield Group’s two malls along Topanga Canyon Boulevard.
Law: Partner at Michelman & Robinson wins insurance case.
Emergency rooms are known as big money-losers for hospitals, but when the losses extend to individual doctors, attorney Andrew Selesnick thinks enough is enough.
Finance: New state program lowers back taxes owed by firms.
Since staring his consulting firm four years ago, Brady Bryan has worked with accounting firms to help companies throughout Southern California take advantage of a tax incentive programs.
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.
ReachLocal Inc. on Monday released open-source software code that it said should help other developers create cross-platform mobile apps.
M&A: Harman Press in North Hollywood buys Sun Valley rival.
M&A: Two union print shops become one through an acquisition.