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Stepping Out

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College of the Canyons Names Workforce Development VP

College of the Canyons has appointed a new vice president of economic and business development.

Valley's First Floor & Decor Opens

The San Fernando Valley’s first Floor & Decor opened for business in West Hills Thursday.

Family Won’t Sue Disney Over Son’s Death

The family of a toddler killed by an alligator at a Walt Disney Co. resort in Orlando will not sue the company.

Preview: Gas Leak Yields Windfall of Work

With the gas leak in Aliso Canyon plugged, a geyser of lawsuits has erupted to provide work for local law firms – and perhaps rewrite the rules for complex litigation going forward.

Leak Found, Fixed, at Aliso Canyon

Another gas leak was discovered at Southern California Gas Co.’s Aliso Canyon facility near Porter Ranch over the weekend, but it was small and quickly patched.

Attorneys Join Encino Firm

Encino-based law firm Greenberg & Bass just added two senior counsels, Martin Rudoy and Benjamin Seigel.

On Assignment Launches $150 Million Buyback Program

On Assignment Inc.’s board approved a new stock repurchase program that allows the company to buy up to $150 million of its common stock over the next two years, the company announced Monday.

California Resources Quarterly Loss Totals $100 Million

California Resources Corp. suffered massive losses during the first quarter, yet still managed to beat Wall Street expectations on earnings.

Call Center to Hire 150 in Simi

IQor is expanding by adding 150 new employees to its Simi Valley contact center located at 2290 Agate Court.

Universal Studios Books Deal with Local Hotels

Universal Studios Hollywood has partnered with more than 20 Los Angeles hotels to roll out its Preferred Hotel Program, the company has announced.

Students Tune In to Radio Startup in Camarillo

California State University Channel Islands and its communications program launched a student-run Internet radio station this month that will teach students the basics of running a radio station.

Biggest Lease in Years Signed in Valencia

The Automobile Club of Southern California has signed a lease to move its insurance claims division to a different location in Valencia, according to commercial real estate brokerage California Realty Group.

Provision Interactive Unveils Big-Screen Kiosks

Provision Interactive Technologies Inc. has unveiled a new 66-inch tall 3D screen for promotional displays in stores and malls, the company announced Monday.

Cal Lu Starts Startup Program

California Lutheran University on Monday announced that its Center for Entrepreneurship in Westlake Village is launching its startup incubator program next week.

Panorama City Immigration Office Charged

The city of Los Angeles has filed criminal charges against a San Fernando Valley woman and her Panorama City immigration consulting business.